Veröffentlicht: 17. April 2008
Kana’an – The e-Bulletin Suggested Readings Volume VIII – Issue 1485 9 April 2008 by Ronnie Kasrils, South African Minister of Intelligence
Source: The Electronic Intifada http://electronicintifada.net/v2/article9445.shtml http://www.kanaanonline.org/articles/01485.pdf As a 10-year-old growing up in Johannesburg, I celebrated Israel's birth, 60 years ago. I unquestionably accepted the dramatic accounts of so-called self-...
Veröffentlicht: 8. April 2008
Considerations how to continue after a successful protest in Egypt
Since the imposition of the embargo on Gaza and its radicalisation in January of this year already several international solidarity delegations tried to enter besieged Gaza. The latest attempt took place on March 31 starting from Cairo and trying to reach Gaza with relief materials. It was...
Veröffentlicht: 3. April 2008
Protest against the complicity of the EU in the genocide
On March 31, 2008, an international delegation with some 30 participants from the Basque country, Austria, Scotland, Norway, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, France, Spain, Greece, USA, Turkey, Palestine, Jordan and India was determined to reach Rafah, in order to bring relief to the besieged...
Veröffentlicht: 31. March 2008
By SUZANNE BAROUD, http://www.counterpunch.com/baroud03292008.html
In a place just a few miles from sandy beaches and soaring sky-scrapers, white stone villas and sky-blue swimming pools, it seems the epitome of irony and injustice that over 1.5 million people would be subjected to drinking sewage-contaminated water. When there is such a fine line bordering wealth...
Veröffentlicht: 21. March 2008
Gaza Strip, March, 21, 2008, (PCAS)
More victims are falling down due to the illegitimate and criminal siege imposed by Israel on the Gaza Strip. The number of dead patients has risen up to 104 in the past two days. Muhammad Baroud, 69, died due to shortage of medications in the Gaza hospital. He was suffering from heart disease...
Veröffentlicht: 17. March 2008
Sameh Habeeb, Freelance journalist based in Gaza strip, blog: http://gazatoday.blogspot.com
Hope into my Way to Home After I finished all along day of work on my office I went back to my home. I was planning to fill an application for a master scholarship I go lately. Besides, sending some news for my friends abroad about siege, urging and asking them to lobby people and mobilize for...
Veröffentlicht: 14. March 2008
The European Campaign to end the Siege on Gaza
In support of the suffering Palestinians in Gaza and in protest against the Israeli aggression, The European Campaign to end the Siege on Gaza invites all European activists and Politicians to take part in a solidarity demonstration against the Israeli blockade of the Gaza Strip. Place: the...
Veröffentlicht: 13. March 2008
Al Ahram Weekly, http://weekly.ahram.org.eg/2008/887/re4.htm
With scores of Gazans killed by Israel, the position of President Abbas and the PA comes into focus, writes Khaled Amayreh in Ramallah With Gazans being killed and maimed in the thousands, and with Israel's Deputy Defence Minister Matan Vilnai threatening them a "bigger holocaust", Palestinians...
Veröffentlicht: 13. March 2008
Prepared by Popular Committee Against Siege (PCAS), The Gaza Strip, Palestine, 10th March, 2008
Introduction As of 12/6/2007, the strangling siege over the Strip reached its eighth month and the siege's drastic results on all economic sectors of life in the Gaza Strip make it a catastrophic zone of the first degree, as 1.5 million citizens are living under the effect of the siege. The...
Veröffentlicht: 12. March 2008
BY STEVE NIVA The Counterpunch March 8-9, 2008 http://www.counterpunch.org/niva03082008.html
Steve Niva is a Member of the Faculty, Middle East Studies, The Evergreen State College. 1. There seems to be a massive upsurge in violence in Gaza these past few days; what is happening? It is important to recognize that the violence is mostly one-sided. On the one side, Israel is conducting...