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Felicia Langer: a lifelong struggle for justice and freedom in Palestine

German-Israeli human rights lawyer Felicia LangerOn January 17, 2012, the President of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas, awarded the German-Israeli human rights lawyer Felicia Langer with the “medal of excellence” at the Adlon-Hotel in Berlin, although she belonged to the first critics of the Oslo accords that Abbas negotiated to the disadvantage of the Palestinian people. Abbas paid a state visit to Germany for political talks with the top brass of the German political elite.

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Israel Plans Major Gaza War

barak-gazaIsrael already threatens war on Iran. It's also involved with Washington, Turkey, Jordan, and other rogue Arab states behind Syria's externally generated insurgency.

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Chapters in a Tragicomedy

rightby Adam Keller

If the tall cedar tree is aflame, what can the lichen on the wall do? -Fifth Century Talmudic saying attributed to Bar Kipok-

Chapter One

For the past two and a half years, the Foreign Minister representing the State of Israel towards the rest of the world is a settler, living in the Occupied Territories and thereby blatantly violating International Law, day by day. This is one of the reasons why Israel's Foreign Minister is not exactly the most welcome of guests in most world capitals (though, to be sure, also the minister's personality and conduct have something to do with it). Year after year, there is an increase in the number of settlers serving as officers of the IDF, the army responsible for maintaining and expanding their enclaves. Among other sections of Israeli society, there is less and less  inclination to devote a life to a military career... But the Supreme Court did not have a settler among its judges. Until this week.

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Failed Zionist attack on free expression in Germany

Carlos Latuff/ MWC NEWSBy Elias Davidsson

On Thursday January 12-2012 I attended proceedings before the labor court of the city of  Bonn-Germany that involved a Zionist attempt to stifle free expression in Germany.

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Will Netanyahu's Provocations Backfire?

NetanyahuNetanyahu’s combined efforts to push the U.S. into a war on Iran as a smokescreen for his plan to absorb the West Bank and to manipulate the U.S. presidential election may open the door to an alliance of U.S. and Israeli national security officials who believe in security through peace and justice.

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