HLLN: Finding the strength on November 18, 2012 – It takes courage Ayisyen. It hurts unbearably Ayisyen Kenbe la, pa lage | FreeHaitiMovement Nov 18. posts and links

18 November 2012Ezili Dantò


Recommended HLLN Link: Remembering the Battle of Vertierres – Nov 18, 1803 the final Haiti battle defeating European slavery, forced assimilation, the slave trade and colonialism in Haiti. (The Haitian struggle – the greatest David vs. Goliath battle being played out on this planet – http://bit.ly/2vqDXL )


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GazaFriends: Names of Palestinians Murdered by Israel

18 November 2012Free Gaza


These men, women and children had hopes and dreams of the future. They were mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, and they had faces that lit up in smiles. Israel has murdered them. They must not be forgotten. Below is a list of names, ages where possible and details when provided. Please share this list with others. Please give names to the dead.


PCHR Strongly Condemns Targeting of Journalists in Gaza by Israeli Warplanes

Ref: 128/2012
Time: 11:00 GMT

PCHR Strongly Condemns Targeting of Journalists in Gaza by Israeli Warplanes

The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) strongly condemns the wounding of 10 journalists and media professionals while they were carrying out their jobs, when Israeli Occupation Forces attacked the offices of al-Quds Television and al-Aqsa Television this morning.   Continue reading

GazaFriends: It was a night of horror

18 November 2012


Dr. Mona El-Farra, Director of Gaza Projects, is a physician by training and a human rights and women’s rights activist by practice in the occupied Gaza Strip. She was born in Khan Younis, Gaza and has dedicated herself to developing community based programs that aim to improve health quality and link health services with cultural and recreation services all over the Gaza Strip. Dr. El-Farra is also the Vice President of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society of the Gaza Strip and a member of the Union of Health Work Committees and is on Free Gaza‘s Advisory Council in Gaza. Below is her report from the horrors of Israel‘s attack last night. Please share her report widely, join a demonstration https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Iq4XZx9Vj0BDIiWzlHi2mUS0VUOn_t-prgtGGCzatQw/mobilebasic?pli=1 and donate to the organizations who are helping.


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The Death Agony of Anti-Imperialism, 2 Egypt, 1 By S. Artesian

17 November, 2012 — Wolf at the Door
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1.   The organization of landed property, of the landed estate, and of landed labor in <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Egypt was driven and determined by that which could not truly be appropriated as property—water.  Water and the lack thereof, regulated, so to speak, the oscillations between scarcity and abundance.  Water and the lack thereof imposed an approximate egalitarianism; a communalism among those who settled along the banks of the Nile, just as water and the lack thereof compelled a rough equality among the Bedouins, the nomads of the desert. Continue reading

ICH 17/18 November 2012: Targeting Civilians: Israel’s Specialty

18 November 2012 Information Clearing House


Targeting Civilians: Israel’s Specialty

By Steve Lendman

Another potential holocaust looms. Civilians always suffer most. Israel and America willfully target them. It part of the imperial strategy of both countries.



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