Category Archives: Gazing on Gaza
The crew of the Zaytouna-Olive, the Women’s Boat to Gaza, set an example for us all. They were illegally arrested in international waters and deported by the Israeli occupation force, but their message is still getting out. And making its … Continue reading
Oh, snap. On a day when the House of Commons voted overwhelmingly to criminalize peaceful protests against an apartheid regime, a university took a popular stand against its most prominent alum. That’s gotta hurt!
This was recorded in May 2012. How on Earth did I only come to see it now?
A half-hour portion of Cristina’s speech before the Argentine parliament the other day, which lasted about four hours in all. This portion specifically concerns the AMIA and Israeli embassy bombings. If you can understand Spanish, you really need to see … Continue reading
By now, this should be a familiar story to anyone who’s been following the War on Terra even casually: A country’s intelligence resources get shamelessly gobbled up by the CIA and Mossad in an effort to blame any domestic terrorism … Continue reading
Further to yesterday’s debunker of the myths of the strange death of Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor supposedly investigating the AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, here’s another hard look at what lies behind at all, courtesy of the redoubtable Stella Calloni: … Continue reading
Juan Gabriel Labaké seems an unlikely figure to have cracked not one but two infamous bombing cases in Argentina. But the lawyer, who represents a Syrian-Argentine accused in one of the crimes, has done just that. And not only that, … Continue reading
Hey! Remember all those useless idiots and their dumb little #SOS Venezuela hashtag from February? Remember how they all thought it was such a “game-changer”, and that the “tyrant” Maduro would go down in defeat because of some stupid tweets, … Continue reading
Palestinian journalist Ayman al-Aloul presents a new variation on the ALS fundraising gimmick. One without water, ice, or even money involved. All you have to do is live in a war zone full of pulverized wreckage, and you too can … Continue reading
Nazi officers overseeing the baptism of a baby of the Lebensborn program. Germany, 1936. Photographer unknown. Source: German Bundesarchiv, via Wikimedia Commons. That not-so-fine line between “Never Again” and “It’s not fascism when WE do it!” just got blurred yet … Continue reading