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Welcome to Palestine 2017 A legal Imperative by Clive Hambidge

Welcome to Palestine 2017 A legal Imperative Clive Hambidge “Those who have the privilege to know have the duty to act” (Albert Einstein) The ship carrying the precious cargo of a Palestinian Statehood Bid, intended for late 2017, navigates through the choppy waters of Israel’s polluted sea of propaganda, US obduracy and a forever abstaining […]

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Self-immolation in Tibet terms China worst violator of human rights

The root causes of protest by Tibetans in Tibet against the Chinese communist regime, including self-immolations, stem from a wide range of factors such as, violent political repression, cultural assimilation, economic marginalisation, ethnic discrimination, nomadic displacement and environmental destruction. Everyone knows the China’s Communist government has and continues to implement such hardline and cruel policies […]

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We must vote, while keeping struggle for freedom of Tibet alive

Dharamshala — The 2016 Sikyong and members of the Tibetan Parliament election is one of the most important for the past many years. Not only the Kashag is in play but also the Parliament and, after the devolution of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s political responsibilities to the democratically elected Tibetan leadership, even the future […]

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Israel Defies UN Efforts to Bring it into Compliance with Int’l Law

Nearly seven decades after the eruption of what turned out to be one of the longest-running, most violent confrontations of the modern history, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to be on the headlines, and despite the loss of so much political and financial capital, refuses to be resolved in a meaningful and sustainable way. In a […]

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The Mavi Marmara A Re-Examination of Israel’s Use of Deadly Force by Clive Hambidge

The Mavi Marmara A Maritime Incident A Re-Examination of Israel’s Use of Deadly Force Clive Hambidge This paper concerns itself in the main with the case of the Mavi Marmara referred to the International Criminal Court by the Union of the Comoros following the murders of 9 civilians aboard the humanitarian ship which was flying […]

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Christendom Falls: Victory over Europe Day

The Battle of Berlin World War II, April 16th–May 2nd, 1945: The Battle of Berlin saw desperate German volunteers make a heroic last stand against the Jewish controlled Soviet Union, British Empire and the United States. Besieged, out-gunned and outnumbered 5:2, the Germans fought a bitter campaign in defence of their capital, before it eventually […]

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Committee room 9 “Scotland and Palestine: Building Friendship and Solidarity”

Committee room 9 Houses of Parliament “Scotland and Palestine: Building Friendship and Solidarity” Clive Hambidge  Organised by the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) and  the Council of European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) this vital seminar, which was held on the 17 November 2015, took on a more poignant atmosphere. Especially in light of the acts of violence […]

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Tibetan capital Lhasa placed under lock-down during Pelosi visit

Dharamshala —Sources coming out of Tibet say that repressive measures undertaken by the Chinese government to silence Tibetan voices and obfuscate the real situation inside Tibet ahead of the US Congressional Delegation’s visit which concluded recently. The Capital city of Tibet, “Lhasa was placed under a severe lock-down in late October and early November,” the […]

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After China trip, U.S. delegation sees hope for common ground on Tibet

Washington, D.C. — After meeting with top Chinese government officials in China and Tibet, the delegation of US Congressional Democrats led by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said on Tuesday an opportunity exists to find “common ground” with Chinese authorities on Tibet. The Democratic Minority leader of the United States House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, […]

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HELLy Land

Holly Land? HELLy land is what Israel is for the children of Palestine. The bestiality of the Israelis’ treatment of the hundreds of Palestinian children they imprison provokes “official complaints” by rights groups, complaints that are met with contemptuous dismissal by the Israeli authorities. No reports of it make it into the Western MSM. The […]

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Tibetan election is a victory for democracy and change

Dharamshala — The upcoming Tibetan elections are a significant milestone for democracy in Tibetan community, as the second Tibetan general election after the complete development of His Holiness the Dalai Lama from his political role is fast approaching. The primary election for Sikyong (prime minister) and Chithue (members of parliament) of the Tibetan-Government-in Exile is […]

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Palestinian Children Grow Up Loving the Jews… Not

This video shows why it is impossible to be a Palestinian child and grow up not loving the Jews unless the child becomes a terrorist, right? WRONG! The Israeli Jews’ brutality against Palestinians arises from a collective psychopathy. The children who are its victims will never forget it if they are allowed to live, which […]

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Xi’s Tibet policy is nothing new, but an old colonial war against Tibet

Dharamshala — The Chinese President Xi Jinping’s commitment to “Ethnic Unity”, “Economy Development” and “Social Stability” in Tibet under the banner of “Peaceful Liberation”, nether seeks a peaceful solution nor a signal for a new reform of more openness. But it clearly shows China is further strengthening an integral element of another “cultural revolution” project […]

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Age of Fools

Seventy years ago, on August 6, 1945, the United States struck Hiroshima with an atom bomb. Three days later, a second nuclear weapon was dropped on Nagasaki. Japan surrendered a week later, thus ending World War Two. In Dr. William A. Cook’s forthcoming book, Age of Fools, “Reflections of Times Past” (Chapter 20) Cook includes […]

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N.Y. Times Poll on Race Relations

SATURDAY / JULY 25, 2015 NY Times: Poll Finds Most in U.S. Hold Dim View of Race Relations By KEVIN SACK and MEGAN THEE-BRENAN By comparison, two-thirds of Americans surveyed shortly after President Obama took office said they believed race relations were generally good. REBUTTAL BY This is one of those classic cases in which […]

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