VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 26 November 2011: European bank pulls out of Israel after pressure from boycott campaign

26 November 2011 — VTJP

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International Middle East Media Center

Turkey: Relations Not To Be Normalized until Israel Lifts Gaza Blockade
IMEMC – Turkish Minister of Foreign Affair, Ahmed Dawud Aghlo, reconfirmed that relations between Turkey and Israel won’t be normalized till the latter issues an official statement, apologizing for Israeli attacks on the Turkish “Freedom Flotilla” in bound to Gaza and lifting Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip, the Maan News Agency reported Friday afternoon. …

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 25 November 2011: In photos: Israeli forces raze buildings across the West Bank

25 November 2011 — VTJP

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International Middle East Media Center

Islamic Jihad Will Not Participate In New Elections
IMEMC – The Islamic Jihad Movement stated Friday that it will not participate in new presidential and legislative elections scheduled to be held in May next year. …

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Media Lies Used to Provide a Pretext for Another “Humanitarian War”: Protest in Syria: Who Counts the Dead? By Julie Lévesque

25 November, 2011 — Global Research

According to numerous reports from the Western media, human rights organisation, as well as the UN, countless peaceful civilians have been killed by the Syrian forces since the beginning of the unrest in the country in mid March. But where do the numbers come from?

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Did the US Co-opt OWS in Order to Legitimize Egypt's Flawed Elections? By Jacob Levich

22 November 2011 — MRZine

Although Occupy Wall Street protesters have so far resisted attempts by the Democratic Party to co-opt their movement, a New York City “General Assembly” was bamboozled by what may be a State Department and/or NED initiative aimed at granting legitimacy to Egypt’s flawed election process.

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Portugal: The General Strike By Boaventura de Sousa Santos

23 November 2011 — MRZine

General strikes were common in Europe and in the U.S. towards the end of the nineteenth century and in the first decades of the twentieth century.  They provoked great debates within the labor movement and within the revolutionary parties and movements (anarchist, communist, socialist).

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#OWS and the Young Trade Unionists by Mark Nowak

22 November 2011 — MRZine

Cory McCray and George Hendricks
Cory McCray, Founder of the Young Trade Unionists, and George Hendricks, Baltimore Teachers Union (BTU) Rep and Vice President of the Young Trade Unionists (YTU)

If you head down to the IBEW Local 24 Union Hall Auditorium on W. Patapsco Avenue in Baltimore on the first Tuesday of any month, you’ll encounter a meeting of an energetic group of young union members from the Metro Baltimore-Washington, D.C. area.  The Young Trade Unionists (YTU) was founded in November 2009 by Cory McCray, a graduate of both the Baltimore City Public School System and the five-year apprenticeship program of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.  Participants in the YTU include young workers from the IBEW, UFCW, teachers’ unions, building trades, public employees’ and other sectors.

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Syria Newslinks 25-27 November 2011

27 November 2011 — williambowles.info

27 November 2011
The Syria-Iran-Turkey Triangle: A New War Scenario in the Middle East
GlobalResearch.ca Tomorrow at 01:49
While there were good relations between Syria and Turkey only a year ago, today we begin to to talk about NATO intervention led by Ankara into Syria. This is also tied to US efforts against Iran, the main regional power.

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Stop NATO News: November 27, 2011

27 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • NATO Forces Attack Pakistani Soil
  • NATO Reveals Troops Were On The Ground In Pakistan
  • Pakistan Orders U.S. To Shut Down Major Air Base
  • NATO Attack: U.S. Given 15 Days To Vacate Pakistani Air Base
  • Pakistani Opposition Leader Strongly Condemns NATO
  • Iran To Target NATO Missile Site In Turkey If Attacked
  • Modern Germany’s Longest War: Troops In Afghanistan Past 2014
  • Number Of Kosovo Serbs Applying For Russian Citizenship Tops 50,000
  • Yemen: U.S. To Supervise GCC-Engineered Regime Change
  • After Yemen: GCC, West Move Against Syria…Iraq, Lebanon, Algeria

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Stop NATO News: November 26, 2011

26 November 2011 — Stop NATO

  • Nuclear Carrier Leads U.S. Strike Force Into Syrian Waters
  • NATO Conceals Preparations For Military Action Against Syria
  • Video And Text: Kosovo Serbs Make Last Stand Against NATO
  • Poland: EU Military Committee Meets On Balkans, Somalia
  • Kuwaitis Graduate From NATO Defense College
  • NATO: Azerbaijan Faithful Partner On The Caspian Sea
  • Britain Stops Exchanging Military Information With Russia Under CFE
  • Bulgaria: NATO Deputy Secretary General Pushes Regional Integration
  • Turkey Welcomes GCC-Engineered Regime Change In Yemen
  • Pakistan Defies U.S. Over Iran Gas Deal

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