Palestine

History, as written by Huffington Post

Original Article by Hagit Borer, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Southern California Le Dignité-Al Karama Seized by Israeli Navy. One doesn't get to choose one's enemies, alas. But with friends like Huffington Post one does wonder. Here is a bit of a deconstruction of Amy Teibel's story, in the Huffington Post on the … Continue reading History, as written by Huffington Post

Neocons Fume Over US Boat to Gaza

Exclusive: At the behest of Tel Aviv and Washington, Greek authorities stopped a small flotilla from sailing to Gaza in a challenge to Israel’s four-year blockade of the narrow strip of land and its 1.6 million people. Now, apologists for Israel’s right-wing Likud government are heaping scorn on the passengers, as Ray McGovern notes. My co-passengers … Continue reading Neocons Fume Over US Boat to Gaza

Dignité on the last leg of voyage to Gaza

Written by Free Gaza Team | 19 July 2011 For Immediate Release Dignité on the last leg of voyage to Gaza: Small French ship carrying message that cannot be silenced [ ATHENS] The Steering Committee of Freedom Flotilla II: Stay Human can confirm, that after anchoring in international waters overnight, the French-flagged ship Dignité / Karama has … Continue reading Dignité on the last leg of voyage to Gaza

Flotilla in Greece Needs Immediate Support

Update: Action Closed. Captain John Klusmire is free! All charges have been dropped! Captain John has returned safely home to Marina, California. Captain John was jailed in a Greek prison for four days as a prisoner of conscious. He refused to succumb to a frivolous complaint waged against The Audacity of Hope while it waited … Continue reading Flotilla in Greece Needs Immediate Support

US students face jail time for disrupting Israeli official’s speech

Nora Barrows-Friedman The Electronic Intifada 2 March 2011 Students hold a protest outside the offices of the district attorney of Orange County in solidarity with the Irvine 11. Photo: Craig Norris Eleven University of California students face criminal charges and possible jail terms for protesting and disrupting a speech by an Israeli official as the … Continue reading US students face jail time for disrupting Israeli official’s speech

International Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions

Written by Eric Walberg I went because I needed to go. So said a Holocaust survivor and anti-apartheid activist about his trip to Jackson, Mississippi in 1961. The same impulse inspires BDS activists from all walks of life today, says Eric Walberg International boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) activities got a boost at the founding … Continue reading International Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions