Chris Hedges with Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen: Killing Gaza: A New Documentary on Palestinians Under Siege

Destruction in Gaza, 2014

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Updated: June 2, 2021


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with Chris Hedges

RT America on May 19, 2018

Max Blumenthal, Director and Writer of “Killing Gaza,” and Dan Cohen, Cinematographer and Editor of “Killing Gaza,” discuss their documentary “Killing Gaza” that details the Israeli War crimes committed against the people in Gaza.

Killing Gaza: A New Documentary on Palestinians Under Siege

TheRealNews on May 18, 2018

In their new film “Killing Gaza,” journalists Dan Cohen and Max Blumenthal capture the harrowing stories of Palestinians who survived the 2014 Israeli assault, and their struggles to recover and persist under a crippling blockade.

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Jewish Americans Condemn US Gov. Support for Israel’s Massacre of Gazans

TheRealNews on May 17, 2018

Activists from Jewish Voice for Peace NYC and Jews Say No! held a Gaza solidarity protest outside the office of Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, condemning US support for Israel’s massacre of Palestinian protesters – Ben Norton reports.


Updated: June 2, 2021

Killing Gaza

Dan Cohen on May 14, 2021

In Killing Gaza, journalists Dan Cohen and Max Blumenthal documented Israel’s 2014 war on Gaza.

Yet this film is much more than a documentary about Palestinian resilience and suffering. It is a chilling visual document of war crimes committed by the Israeli military, featuring direct testimony and evidence from the survivors.

“Max Blumenthal and Dan Cohen’s powerful new film, ‘Killing Gaza,’ offers an unflinching and moving portrait of a people largely abandoned by the outside world, struggling to endure.” – Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, best-selling author and activist Chris Hedges.

From the archives:

The World Reacts to the Rising Palestinian Death Toll Amid the Moving of the US Embassy to Jerusalem by Felicity Arbuthnot

Norman Finkelstein: Israel’s Murderous Assault on Nonviolent Protesters in Gaza + Israeli Forces Kill 55 as Palestinians Protest US Embassy Opening (updated)

Abby Martin: Israel Would Not Survive Without the United States + Ilan Pappe: We Need Sustained International Pressure on Israel

The Occupation of the American Mind (must-see)

Mental Health Suffers As Gaza Is Choked By The Blockade by Soraya Boyd

David Swanson and Norman Finkelstein: Gaza Finds Nonviolence + Ali Abunimah: Israel Massacres Unarmed Gaza Protesters Again

Max Blumenthal: Israel Massacres Unarmed Gaza Protesters + At Least 17 Palestinians Killed, Over 1000 Injured

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  9. Although I do not agree entirely with Daniel Goldhagen’s stated views, I have accepted his substitute term for genocide, “eliminationism;” because it succinctly evokes the pathologies of fear and brutal hatred that still afflict mankind.

    The root of our cruelty problem, in my understanding, is patriarchalist terror and denial of love; that must have some twisted relationship to biophobic misogynist conditioning and social amnesia ~ that is to say. forgetting how to behave like authentic, spiritually incarnated human beings.

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