Category Archives: Killings

Life in Occupied Palestine

Anna Baltzer, a Jewish American, gives her eyewitness perspectives on average citizens living in occupied Palestine. Baltzer spent 5 months in the West Bank working with the International Women’s Peace Service. Her presentation highlights how the Israeli government’s policies have … Continue reading

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Gaza

by Sudeep Sen   Soaked in blood, children, their heads blown out even before they are formed.   Gauze, gauze, more gauze — interminable lengths not long enough to soak   all the blood in Gaza. A river of blood … Continue reading

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You take my water

You take my water Burn my olive tree Destroy my house Take my job Steal my land Imprison my father Kill my mother Bomb my country Starve us all Humiliate us all BUT I am to blame: I shot a … Continue reading

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Eighteen

“I think it is natural to expect the caged bird to be angry at those who imprisoned her. But if she understands that she has been imprisoned and that the cage is not her rightful place, then she has every … Continue reading

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The message sent by America’s invisible victims

As two more Afghan children are liberated (from their lives) by NATO this weekend, a new film examines the effects of endless US aggression  Glenn Greenwald guardian.co.uk, Sunday 31 March 2013 Air strikes in Afghanistan killed 51 Afghan children in 2012, the … Continue reading

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50 years of independence

The 1971 memory project I am starting this project with the hope that people across the globe can help me identify and hopefully trace as many people as possible in these photographs. I shall be regularly uploading images and linking … Continue reading

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The Blood Telegram: Nixon, Kissinger and a Forgotten Genocide.

 By Gary Bass. The Economist UNTIL 1971 Pakistan was made up of two parts: west and east. Both Muslim-dominated territories were born out of India’s bloody partition 24 years earlier, though they existed awkwardly 1,600km apart, divided by hostile Indian … Continue reading

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