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‘We’re Like Toys for Them’: Young Gazans Speak about Operation Protective Edge
Ali al-Halabi just wanted to focus on learning French. He graduated high school this fall, and dreams of one day seeing the Eifel Tower for himself, but on his first day of French lessons the bombing started. Ali, 17, is from Al-Zahraa in the Gaza Strip, and for the past week he hasn’t been able to...
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Israel Claims New "Legitimacy" as Attack on Gaza Resumes
As predicted, what was seen as a "cease-fire ploy" by many results in new justifications for vicious assault on civilian population
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Greenwald: Leaked Docs Reveal Agency's Digital Propaganda Toolkit
Latest files provided by Edward Snowden show GCHQ's ability to 'manipulate' the Internet using 'hacker’s buffet for wreaking online havoc'
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Edward Snowden Denounces UK Surveillance Bill
Whistleblower says measure "defies belief"
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Plea for 'International Protection' as Attack on Gaza Intensifies
More than 170 killed and 1,250 wounded with end of bombardment nowhere in sight
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Israel’s Incremental Genocide in the Gaza Ghetto
In a September 2006 article for The Electronic Intifada, I defined the Israeli policy towards the Gaza Strip as an incremental genocide. Israel’s present assault on Gaza alas indicates that this policy continues unabated. The term is important since it appropriately locates Israel’s barbaric action...
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Israel Is Captive to Its ‘Destructive Process’
Raul Hilberg in his monumental work “The Destruction of the European Jews” chronicled a process of repression that at first was “relatively mild” but led, step by step, to the Holocaust. It started with legal discrimination and ended with mass murder. “The destructive process was a development that...
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Sderot Cinema: Israelis Watch Gaza Bombing For Just Good Fun
Three Palestinian brothers mourn their parents Ever-enterprising Israelis dragged plastic chairs and sofas up to a Sderot hill to eat popcorn, smoke hookahs and cheer when explosions lit up the night sky over Gaza in a photo posted by Danish reporter Allan Sørensen with the caption, “Clapping when...
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Skepticism as “Green Goods” Trade Talks Begin
13 countries, constituting nearly 90 percent of the current trade in green goods such as solar panels, wind turbines and wastewater treatment filters, came together in Geneva to try again to reach agreement.
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Thousands of Gaza Civilians Flee After Israeli Threats
Bloodiest day yet of the six-day Israeli assault
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