Tag: palestine

The Sand and Ice Bucket Challenges

The Sand and Ice Bucket Challenges

28 Aug, '143 Comments

Shaming people won’t bring them to your cause, it will actually drive them as far away as possible. This is what I feel the “Sand Bucket Challengers” are doing to the Palestinian cause.

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The Most Important Video About Israel Ever Made

The Most Important Video About Israel Ever Made

26 Jul, '1411 Comments

Dennis Prager represents the the other side of the Arab/Israeli argument. In this video, the scholar argues that there never was a Palestine, and he contents that every Arab wants the Jewish state and people to cease to exist. Citing the various other wars against Israel since 1948, and the Arab response to its declaration […]

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JazeeraLeaks!

JazeeraLeaks!

24 Jan, '115 Comments

It didn’t take Al-Jazeera long to come up with a local alternative to Wikileaks. Their incendiary release of a small part of the 16,076 documents pertaining to the peace process between the Arabs and Israelis has sent shockwaves in some circles, while others remain calamitously calm. While the named party in the talks seemed to […]

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Protest in Bahrain against the Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla

1 Jun, '100 Comments

Dr. Ali Fakhro, Bahraini intellectual, thinking and ex-minister for education and health speaking to the protesters in front of the UN House in Manama. People protested and demonstrated against the barbaric attack on the Freedom Flotilla and the killing of a large number of activists on-board. Feelings, as you will see from the video, are […]

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Demonstration in Bahrain against Israeli barbarism

1 Jun, '102 Comments

A demonstration showing Bahraini anger at the barbaric atrocities by the Zionist regime on the Freedom Flotilla while trying to take much needed supplies and medicines to Gaza on 31 May 2010 where the Israeli commandos boarded ships and killed up to 19 peace activists in the process. The demonstration took place in front of […]

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