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Flytilla Activists deported from Israel

July 10, 2011


  The unmitigated gall of the state of Israel in harassing protesters, denying left wing journalists from reporting on its actions inside the country, is only surpassed by the  willingness of airlines to prevent paying passengers from reaching their destination in Israel on the say so of the apartheid state. Advertisements

Noam Chomsky: My Reaction to Osama bin Laden’s Death

May 8, 2011

0 May 6, 2011 We might ask ourselves how we would be reacting if Iraqi commandos landed at George W. Bush’s compound, assassinated him, and dumped his body in the Atlantic. By Noam Chomsky It’s increasingly clear that the operation was a planned assassination, multiply violating elementary norms of international law. There appears to have […]

Opinion Poll

May 31, 2010


Six Alternatives to a Troop Surge in Afghanistan

December 4, 2009


MADRE News Posted on: Tuesday, December 1, 2009 Keywords: Afghanistan, Peace Building, US Foreign Policy Tonight, President Obama will tell us that he must expand the war on Afghanistan in order to end it. He will say that another troop surge is necessary to prevent al-Qaeda from using Afghanistan as a base. What he won’t […]

Holocaust survivor assaulted because of her work for Palestinians

July 24, 2009


At 85 Hedy Epstein, a survivor of the 2nd WW has never stopped in her fight for Peace and Human Rights for all people – as she says in this interview – “not only for jewish people”. “The Free Gaza video is an interview with a great woman, Hedy Epstein, just turned 85. She has […]


July 20, 2009


By: Jasmina Tesanovic On 15 July Natalya Estemirova, 50, was kidnapped and murdered by unknown assailants in the Chechen capital Grozny. The mother-of-one worked for the human rights organisation Memorial and was a close friend of the journalist Anna Politkovskaya, also murdered in 2006. A human rights activist is killed like a dog, executed, dumped […]

Arundhathi Roy’s statement about war in Sri Lanka

May 23, 2009

1 The horror that is unfolding in Sri Lanka becomes possible because of the silence that surrounds it. There is almost no reporting in the mainstream Indian media — or indeed in the international press — about what is happening there. Why this should be so is a matter of serious concern. From the little […]