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Vanunu Mordechai: Friend, Hero, Brother’s Latest Message

“Mordechai Vanunu–my friend, my hero, my brother.”-Daniel Ellsberg, 31 December 2009. On Flag Day in the USA, I received an email written in Jerusalem and disseminated by the National Catholic Worker/CW list-serve: “Mordechai Vanunu needs the CW…Vanunu cannot eat Nobel Prize nominations, nor speak with them. He needs money and friends in order to survive […]

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Daphni Leef Arrested | June 22, 2012, Tel Aviv Square

Rabin Square, Tahrir Square

Israeli violence against social protesters in Tel Aviv’s heart On June 27, 2012, a Knesset Member finally acknowledged the seriousness of the unending social protests in Israel. Miriam Regev—who was the IDF Spokesperson before joining the Likud party—said “the far left activists want to transform Rabin Square into Tahrir Square, and to throw out the government.” […]

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Israeli citizen gives up citizenship

PressTV Report. 24 year old Andrey Pshenichnikov is in the French capital with a purpose that goes beyond tourism. This is his passport, the one he wants to renounce. In the past, some Israelis have managed to get their citizenship revoked, but there are no known cases of these Israelis applying for Palestinian residency or […]

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Prosperity – Austerity deLiberation is a self financing organisation & not a charity, but is run by a team of dedicated volunteers. If you find this website useful and worthwhile we would be grateful if you could make a donation to help us in our cause:- namely to present ethical investigative journalism. If you are […]

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Boycotting Israel gains momentum

Remember Palestine-06-16-2012 from Press TV with Lauren Booth featuring Gilad Atzmon. As convoys and flotillas are being increasingly blocked from entering Palestine, activists look increasingly to the Boycott Movement as a way to pressure Israel. Most recently, the Co-operative Group decided to no longer engage with any supplier of produce known to be sourcing from […]

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Liberate Al Quds and Palestine!

My speech and my own account of what happened at the Al-Quds manifestation in Stockholm on the 20th September 2009, with pictures to illustrate what went on. It should be said that the police played a dubious role, as they did not stop those who tried to sabotage the manifestation.  This ought to be a […]

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The Palestine Solidarity Movement: A Recipe for Kosher anti-Zionism

British Palestine Solidarity outfit ‘Palestine Place’ provides a platform for anti-Syrian speakers, while ostracising and banning activists who choose to discuss topics designated as ‘no-go’ by Zionist ideology. This is symptomatic of a wider disease prevalent in the ‘Palestine Solidarity Movement’. The Palestine Solidarity Movement, not only within the UK but across nations worldwide, is […]

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What whistleblowers want

Whis­tleblowers want the sun and the moon — or at least they want to get their inform­a­tion out there, they want to make a dif­fer­ence, they want a fair hear­ing, and they don’t want to pay too high a per­sonal price for doing so. But why the hell shouldn’t they? The decision to expose crimin­al­ity and bad prac­tice for […]

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Vanunu’s deLiberation

On June 6, 2012, Israel Supreme Court, gathering as the High Court of Justice, denied nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu’s petition to renounce his citizenship, saying that it wasn’t submitted through the appropriate channels. Sitting in Jerusalem, the Israel Supreme Court of Justice is an unusual law establishment. It usually operates as the highest appellate court […]

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Beware the Naked Women!

Originally published by Gillian Schutte on The South African Civil Society Information Service (sacsis.org.za) under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 South Africa License. Picture credit: FEMEN protest in France courtesy of WikimediaIn April 2009 women stripped half naked and took to the streets of Ado-Ekiti (Nigeria) to protest the rerun governorship election. Protesting under the title […]

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Down with the Tinley Park Five!

I got an email from some Stalinists in New York calling for support for the ‘Tinley Park Five’, a group of people who are facing trial for allegedly assaulting ‘white supremacists’ holding a meeting in Chicago. “Eighteen anti-racists, with weapons in hand, confronted members of the Illinois European Heritage Association. Ten people were reportedly injured, mainly […]

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An Innocent Man: Abdelbaset Ali Mohammed Al-Megrahi (1952-2012)

December 21st 1988: PanAm flight 103 is blown up in mid air over the southern Scottish town of Lockerbie, all 259 passengers and crew on board are killed in the bombing, with debris from the blast claiming a further 11 lives on the ground. Framed for the terrorist attack, Libyan national, head of security for Libyan […]

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Dystopia revisited

Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious. – George Orwell, 1984 Many people have been shocked by the distortion, propaganda and downright lies appearing in the Western media over events in the Middle East. But for someone living in the Middle East for 30 […]

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The price of victory is our damned nation

De•mo•cra•cy— n. a system of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents under a free electoral system. (dictionary.com) To•tal•i•tar•i•an•ism— n. a system of government that subordinates all aspects of its citizens’ lives to the authority of the state, with a single […]

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China TV blames Dalai Lama for Tibet immolations

By GILLIAN WONG and ISOLDA MORILLO The Associated Press At least 34 Buddhist monks, nuns and others in Tibet have set themselves on fire to protest Chinese rule. China has released a documentary accusing the Dalai Lama of orchestrating a wave of self-immolations by Tibetans, its most elaborate attempt so far to shape international opinion […]

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