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Susan Abulhawa: Wala (Poetry Video)

A poetry video from a collection titled MY VOICE SOUGHT THE WIND, by Susan Abulhawa. This particular video speaks to the thousands of Palestinians, whose lands and livelihoods have been stolen or destroyed by Israel; so they in turn become a source of cheap labor that lines up before the sun, in long demeaning queues to work in Israel, where they are often exploited and mistreated. ...

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Maria del Mar Fernàndez: “Gaza Book” – Exhibition of Photos by Gaza Children

18th November 2013 | International Solidarity Movement, Maria del Mar Fernandez | Gaza, Occupied Palestine (Photo by Rosa Schiano) We attended a photography exhibition last Wednesday in besieged Gaza City. There were many, many pictures, some of which we photographed. I wish were as much of an an artist as the children, between nine and 16 years old, who shot the originals. They were there, among the public ...

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Finian Cunningham: Someday (Song for Palestine)

SOMEDAY — By Finian Cunningham, political analyst, singer-songwriter, originally from Belfast Ireland, featuring Tubby Corrway on lead guitar and Colin Merrill on drums. Video produced by : My Catbird Seat   This video and song pays tribute to the incredible resilience and steadfastness of the Palestinians in their struggle for justice and end to apartheid and occupation of their homeland.   ...

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Francis Boyle: The Greatest Generation?

The Greatest Generation?     Oh really? If they were so great Then why did they send Their Sons so willingly Off to die In Vietnam A war  they started While we suffered from   58,000 young men Of my generation Were murdered By The Greatest Generation Hundreds of Thousands Of our Lives were destroyed Plus  3 million genocided Vietnamese Not that “gooks” mattered to The Gr ...

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Gilad Atzmon: Gerald Clarks´s Nakba – A Masterpiece for Palestine

The other day I learned that Gerald Clark, pretty much an unfamiliar name to me, was about to launch a Jazz suite dedicated to the Nakba and the Palestinian people. I was intrigued, I contacted Gerald and offered my help. A day later, the album found its way to my letterbox.  I am usually bored by ‘political music.’  Occasionally it lacks the necessary wit let alone a musical edge ...

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