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Committee room G by Clive Hambidge

Committee room G Clive Hambidge Sitting in Committee room G in the Houses of Parliament on 23rd October from 6 to 7 .30 pm was a sobering affair. While hosted by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Conflict Issues and chaired by Lord Alderdice, the event’s speaker was Professor Padraig O’Malley who had recently published […]

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Israel’s Humanitarian Dome Against Norwegian Doctors

“Surgical strike” took on new meaning today as Israel defended itself against a Norwegian surgeon. “Dr. Mads Gilbert is a danger to the state of Israel,” said a senior government official with a comb-over and an impeccable American accent, who prefers to remain anonymous.  “It’s bad enough for someone to save Palestinian lives at the […]

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Audience with war crimes suspect Livni

You couldn’t make it up! £50 for an audience with Israeli ‘justice’ minister on war crimes wanted list …and basking under the special protection of Her Majesty’s Government The 2014 Annual Congress of the University and College Union Scotland (UCU Scotland) has voted unanimously to condemn the planned visit by Israel’s Tzipi Livni, wanted for […]

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The Israeli Flag — Unanswered Questions

According to a Jewish ynet report, Nakhba day was observed with demonstrations in what the Israelis call “the Arab sector” of Israel as well as in the West Bank and in Gaza, in Cairo and in Tehran. Except for a few stones thrown by teenagers at checkpoints, quickly responded to with their customary gentle firmness […]

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Never ending Nakba

As Ilan Pappe has said, most Israeli Jews have no idea of what they did to the Palestinians in 1948. (He also said that those who do know don’t think that what was done was wrong). But that’s only the tip of an iceberg of ignorance. Because of the mainstream media’s complicity in Zionism’s suppression […]

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Nakba Day and Israel’s Ministry of Thought Control

Israel’s failure to implement censorship Can a democracy censor? Despite Western-propaganda, the answer is yes. However, unlike the situation in totalitarian regimes, democratic censorship is invariably disguised as something else; in this aspect, totalitarian regimes are more honest than what nowadays is wrongly referred to as democracies. The events surrounding 9/11 and the wars against […]

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