breakingtheset Nov 21, 2012
Abby Martin talks to Maya Yechieli Wind, an Israeli activist and dissenter, who advocates against Israeli aggression toward occupied Palestine.
From the archives:
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Gaza Is A Window On Our Coming Dystopia by Chris Hedges
Gaza: They Have Names by Felicity Arbuthnot + Death Toll Mounts In Gaza + 92 Gazan Dead Named
Top Ten Myths about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Jeremy R. Hammond
The Spectrum of Disobedience – an interview with Howard Zinn By Gabriel Matthew Schivone
Jewish Peace News: Refusal and protest within Israel
Jewish Peace News: Resistance to the war
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Reblogged this on gfmurphy101 and commented:
Very good blog this on everything to do with Palestinian/Israeli conflict
Thanks for sharing, gfmurphy101.
What a brave and principled young woman! Do we need to look any further for the right kind of enlightened leadership for tomorrow than this, when our presently dysfunctional & damaged thinking has finally become obsolete, and political psychopathy is only a matter of historical record, no more than an etiological curiosity, to be studied by the intelligent, inquisitive youth who have managed to escape the tyranny of ghetto and apartheid?
Thanks, David. Yes, she is incredible. Maya is a hero for standing up for human rights regardless of her own freedom. Her voice needs to be heard by many, many more youth in Israel and around the world. Please share this blog post.
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