Ceasefire: Egypt Manages the Crisis; More US Arms for Israel

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TheRealNews Nov 21, 2012

Vijay Prashad: Egypt brokers Gaza crisis working with US; Palestinians won’t give up their struggle; There will be no accountability for Israel’s illegal war.

see

Israeli Refusnik, Maya Yechieli Wind: Israel is a Nation of Soldiers

To Hell With Israel by Finian Cunningham + US Money and Policy Makes Israeli Attack on Gaza Possible

Israel-Palestine – What Is The U.S. National Interest? by Ralph Nader

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

from the archives:

Top Ten Myths about the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict by Jeremy R. Hammond

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  6. Thanksgiving Day, 2012
    A special thank you to Richard Falk, Mohammed Omer, Amy Goodman, Dennis Kucinich, Chris Hedges, John Pilger all others that have reached out and extended their hearts, minds, and souls to the Gazans during the devastation once again of Gaza. May the ceasefire last and the Israels begin to realize the as Goethe said: Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together. It is so shameful the obama’s role was to keep quiet and to keep on sending the awful weapsons to Israel that have devasted so many lives and the beauty of the earth once again. May the ceaseful last and as Bertha Suttner said many years ago, LAY Down ARMS. She was the first women to receive the Nobel Peace prize. Sincerely, Georgianne E. Matthews

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