06/14/2011

UN and bribery

UN, the organisation that blocks all the UN resolutions critical of Israel and legalizes the NATO-bombing of civilians, is bribed by Israel.   Israel bribed UN already 984 times. That's why all the UN resolutions critical of Israel were blocked. The UN likes bribery...

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08/28/2010

Leila Khaled

leila_khaled.jpgLeila Khaled (also Layla Khalid), long-time activist and Central Committee member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), was born on April 9, 1944 in Haifa, Palestine. Her family left Haifa as refugees to Lebanon on April 13 1948, just before the State of Israel was established.

 

In 1968 Khaled made contacts with PFLP cadres in Kuwait, and in 1969 she was accepted for military training in its Special Operations Squad. In 1969, she left Kuwait for Amman, Jordan in order to undertake resistance activities. Khaled became infamous when she and a male colleague hijacked a TWA airplane headed for Tel Aviv on August 29, 1969, forcing the flight to land in Damascus, where they blew it up after emptying it of passengers. Khaled underwent a number of clandestine plastic-surgery operations in Lebanon to transform her world-renowned face. In 1970 she commandeered another flight with a male colleague (who was killed in the operation) on behalf of the PFLP. This hijacking, of an Israeli El Al airplane, was thwarted, and the plane was forced to land in England, where Khaled was held by the British government and eventually released in a prisoner exchange.

Khaled repeatedly stated that the aim of the hijackings was to gain international recognition of the plight of Palestinians as an issue of national dislocation and desire for self-determination rather than a refugee problem to be resolved through charity. In the 1990s she denounced the Oslo Accords, calling them fundamentally flawed because they did not address the status of Jerusalem, the ending of the Israeli occupation of territories taken in June 1967, the right of return for Palestinian refugees, or Palestinian sovereignty. Although her actions are considered terrorism by many in the West, she has achieved the status of political icon throughout much of the Arab world.

http://www.freedomarchives.org/La_Lucha_Continua/Leila_Kh...

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05/13/2010

Palestine: everything is planned


 

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PALESTINE


It is a pure destruction of the Palestinian people and the rob of their ground and houses through intimidations, threats, violence, terror, repression, lies, manipulations, false accusations, violation of human rights and UN-decisions, isolation, denial of water + goods + medicines, locking up of political leaders, secret services, weapons, deportations, murder, walls, prisons, camps and poisoning of the soil.

And verything else is fiction.

It is part of a well-considered plan that under the name 'Peace Process' is executed step-by-step. In collaboration with the U.S. government, the silencing State-governments and International Organisations.

It seems complicated but in fact, it is very simple and clear for the creators of the plan. They work systematically. As a killer who plans a murder. As a surgeon who performs a clinical surgery.
Rational and scientific. Without human feelings.

Jan Boeykens

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Palestine: everything is planned 

 

04/17/2010

His name was Bassem


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Our dear friend Bassem Ibrahim Abu Rahma, known to many of us as Pheel, was murdered by ITF soldiers during a non-violent protest in the Palestinian village of Bil'in on April 17th, 2009.

This film was done in his memory, which we so fondly remember and greatly miss.

 

~ Bassem's friends

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His name was Bassem, which means smile, and that is how he greeted everyone. But we all called him 'Pheel', which means elephant because he had the body the size of an elephant. But Bassem had the heart of a child.

He loved everyone, and because of his sweetness and ability to make us laugh, everyone loved him. Bassem was everyone's friend: the children talk about how he would play with them, scare them and then make them laugh. He would tend the garden in the playground and bring toys and books to the kindergarten. The old ladies in the village talk about how he used to visit, to ask after them and see if they needed anything. In the village, he seemed to be everywhere at once. He would pop in to say hello, take one puff of the nargila, and be off to his next spot. The morning he was killed he went to the house of Hamis, whose skull had been broken at a previous demonstration three months ago by a tear gas canister projectile - the same weapon that would kill Bassem.

Bassem woke Hamis and gave him his medicine, then off he went to visit another friend in the village who is ill with cancer. Then a little girl from the village wanted a pineapple but couldn't find any in the local stores. So Bassem went to Ramallah to get a pineapple and was back before noon for the Friday prayers and the weekly demonstration against the theft of our land by the apartheid wall. Pheel never missed a demonstration; he participated in all the activities and creative actions in Bilin. He would always talk to the soldiers as human beings. Before he was hit he was calling for the soldiers to stop shooting because there were goats near the fence and he was worried for them. Then a woman in front of him was hit. He yelled to the commander to stop shooting because someone was wounded. He expected the soldiers to understand and stop shooting. Instead, they shot him too.

People came to his funeral from all the surrounding villages to show Bassem that they loved him as much as he had loved them. But those of us from Bil'in kept looking around for him, expecting him to be walking with us.

Pheel, you were everyone?s friend. We always knew we loved you, but didn't realize how much we would miss you until we lost you. As Bil'in has become the symbol of Palestine's popular resistance, you are the symbol of Bil'in. Sweet Pheel, Rest in Peace, we will continue in your footsteps.

 

-- Mohammad Khatib, member of the Bil'in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements

http://blip.tv/file/3481174

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27.6.201 - The picture of this Skynet-message seems, like a number of 30 other images, to see again.  Title and structure of the blog are normal. Blog seems OK. It seems possible again to publish images. Hacking seems almost to be over.