Chris Hedges and Laila El-Haddad: Israel’s War on Children


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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

teleSUR English on Sep 22, 2015

In this episode of Days of Revolt, host Chris Hedges sits down with author and activist Laila el­Haddad to discuss life in Gaza under Israeli occupation. Together, they recall the psychological repression caused by inhumane conditions and Israeli state violence, particularly against Gaza’s youth, and discuss the importance of faith in maintaining a sense of dignity, courage, and hope for Gazans. teleSUR


From the archives:

Chris Hedges: Palestine Is A “Slow-Motion Genocide”

Chris Hedges: Boycott Israel’s “Apartheid” State

Chris Hedges Supports BDS + Aftermath of Assault on Gaza Worse Than Operation Cast Lead

Taste Gaza: Laila El-Haddad and Maggie Schmitt Prepare a Dagga Salad

8 thoughts on “Chris Hedges and Laila El-Haddad: Israel’s War on Children

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  5. These programmes are profoundly significant historical documents; at least someone is keeping track of this nightmare.

    How cruel, fundamentally criminal and ironic is this murderous resolve of these extremely sick zionist fanatics to impose their very own “final solution…”

    Why, I cannot help but wonder, is there so little attention paid also, to the great gas grab? These ersatz-religious gangsters steal all the water, destroy indigenous orchards, market their own fat and juicy luxury Medjool dates, while Palestinian growers starve and suffer unspeakable horrors. Now they are planning the coup de grace, the ultimate provocation ~ to appropriate the energy commons.

    This brave new world is a very ugly place, a psychotic gulag run by monstrous imposters who crave only power and rapacious dominance.

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