Anonymous warns Israel: ‘No one cuts Gaza internet on our watch!’

15 November, 2012

An Israeli protester, wearing a Guy Fawkes mask. (AFP Photo / David Buimovitch)

An Israeli protester, wearing a Guy Fawkes mask. (AFP Photo / David Buimovitch)

The hacktivist group Anonymous is angry at Israel, and not just for launching deadly airstrikes on Gaza. Members say the Israeli government “crossed a line in the sand” when it threatened to sever internet and other telecommunications in Gaza.

In a press statement published online, Anonymous issued a warning to the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and the Israeli government, ordering them to not shut down the internet in the occupied territories and to cease and desist from their“terror upon the innocent people of Palestine.”

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Interview: Ali Abunimah on the situation in Gaza

14 November 2012 Al Jazeera

Israeli air strikes have continued into the night in Gaza, after a missile killed the military commander of Hamas, Ahmed Jabari.

Dozens of rockets have been fired back into southern Israel following the strike. One has hit a shopping centre in a major Israeli city. At least eight people have been reported killed in Gaza so far – including three civilians. Residential buildings are among those destroyed. Continue reading

Gaza Friends: IOF Attacks Gaza Again

15 November 2012


On November 14, 2012, the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) unleashed another massacre in Gaza. In just one day, 15 Palestinians were killed, most of them women and children. Dozens were injured, homes destroyed and the hospitals in Gaza are overwhelmed with the wounded. Israel and its apologists say this is a war, but the people of Gaza have no military, no planes or tanks or helicopters or drones. They are largely a civilian population trapped in the largest outdoor prison in the world. They cannot run or hide or escape. They are, in fact, sitting targets for Israeli war games. Yesterday, we heard from one of the internationals, Adie Mormesh in Gaza. His message is below: Continue reading

100 Years of the ANC: From Liberation Movement to State Power in South Africa by Adèle Kirsten and Tshepo Madlingozi

14 November 2012 — Pambazuka News

There is no doubt that <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>South <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Africa is in deep crisis – an unfinished revolution. “The land question is unresolved, economic redistribution is not addressed, racial equality is not attained.” Yet the ruling African National Congress remains deeply embedded in the nation’s political culture. “The <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>ANC remains the central organizational pivot in <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>South <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Africa’s peoples’ lives.” Continue reading

VTJP Palestine/Israel News & Articles 14 November 2012: Israel mulls toppling Abbas over UN bid

14 November 2012 — VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

Abbas Asks Security Council To Convene, Discuss Gaza Escalation
IMEMC – Eight Palestinians Killed, 85 Injured So Far Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, sent on Wednesday at night an urgent letter to the Security Council, currently convening in India, asking the International Community to act on stopping the Israeli military escalation against the Gaza Strip. … 

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Leader of Hamas’ Armed Wing and His Bodyguard Extra-Judicially Executed-Death Toll in Rises to 13, Including Two Children and a Woman…

PCHR Palestinian Centre for Human Rights PRESS RELEASE




Time: 11:00 GMT


New Israeli Military Escalation against the Gaza Strip;


Leader of Hamas’ Armed Wing and His Bodyguard Extra-Judicially Executed and Death Toll in Rises to 13, Including Two Children and a Woman, While 115 Civilian, Including 26 Children and 25 Women, Wounded


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