Tag Archive | "Palestine"

Block The Boat return to Oakland!

Thursday, October 23, 2014


Block The Boat return to Oakland! By: Manar Ammar In the 50 day military assault on Gaza, dubbed ‘operation protective edge’, Israel murdered upwards of 2000 people, with as many as 1,800 civilians including around 500 children losing their lives. 11,000 people in total were wounded and some 100,000 were displaced after their homes were leveled in the bombing and shelling. [...]

Egypt joins Israel as Gaza’s jailer

Wednesday, September 18, 2013


There was a time when activist groups that focused on helping the Palestinians in Gaza reserved their harshest language and protests for Israel, which long has prohibited both air and sea traffic in and out of Gaza; tightly limited exchanges through its Erez terminal; and banned exports altogether[...]

Egyptian Turmoil Brings Greater Suffering in Gaza

Monday, July 22, 2013


By Pam Bailey and Medea Benjamin It unfortunately has become a truism that when Egypt sneezes, Gaza catches a cold. Fearful of the “terrorist elements” automatically associated with Hamas, the governing party in Gaza, neighbouring Egypt is quick to shut what amounts to “prison gates” at the first sign of turmoil either inside or outside [...]

Pushing Obama’s Arc Toward Peace

Monday, November 12, 2012

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Pushing Obama’s Arc Toward Peace Medea Benjamin Foreign policy played a minor role in a presidential election that focused on jobs, jobs, jobs. But like it or not, the United States is part of a global community in turmoil, and U.S. policies often help fuel that turmoil. The peace movement, decimated during the first Obama [...]

Hors d’oevres and trophies for the militant, starvation and death for the peaceful civilian athlete

Thursday, June 14, 2012


By Mosab Qashoo In a cruel twist of irony, Israeli President Shimon Peres was honored Wednesday night with the “Presidential Medal of Freedom” at a lavish White House feast while Mahmoud Sarsak, rising Palestinian soccer star, nears death by starvation. Sarsak is now on his 87th day of hunger strike to demand the basic human [...]

Nancy Kricorian’s Statement on Occupy Wall Street for Occupy Writers

Wednesday, December 7, 2011


“The deeds of occupier and occupied alike suggest that there come cruel times when to save a nation’s deepest values one must disobey the state.” ~ Robert O. Paxton, Vichy France

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