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Léopold Lambert: Infrastructural and Militarized Cartography of Gaza

Map created by Léopold Lambert for The Funambulist (July 10, 2014) / Download a high-quality version of the map here (5MB) (license: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike 4.0) As the military siege on Gaza (the fourth since the 2005 evacuation of the Israeli settlers) continue to kill every day (81 Palestinian killed in bombings so far), I go back, once again to the idea that we shoul ...

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Roger Waters: We Shall Overcome

"Over the new year 2009-2010, an international group of 1500 men and women from 42 nations went to Egypt to join a Freedom March to Gaza. They did this to protest the current blockade of Gaza. To protest the fact that the people of Gaza live in a virtual prison. To protest the fact that a year after the terror attack by Israeli armed forces destroyed most of their homes, hospitals, schools, and other p ...

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Al Jazeera: Gaza Under Siege – Naming the Dead

At least 84 Palestinians have been killed since Israel launched its "Operation Protective Edge". 23 are children.   As Israel's aerial offensive on Gaza entered its third day on Thursday, the Gaza health ministry said that at least 81 Palestinians were killed, many of them civilians - women and children.  Israel struck almost 750 Hamas targets overnight in the densely populated Pales ...

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Shahd Abusalama: GazaUnderAttack: Act and Stop the Palestinian Bloodshed! Names and Ages of Palestinian Martyrs Who Fell Amidst the Ongoing Brutal Israeli Attack on #Gaza Since July 6th

Because they are #NOTnumbers, because their souls does count, and their blood is precious and will not go in vain, share this list widely! This list documents the martyrs’ names and ages and the circumstances in which they were killed as a result to the ongoing inhumane and brutal Israeli attack on the Palestinian people in the besieged Gaza Strip. Since Sunday morning, July 6th, martyr ...

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Felix Hoffmann: Rede eines 17-jährigen Abiturienten auf dem Abiball 2014

  Liebe Leserinnen und Leser dieser Homepage, nachfolgend finden Sie die Rede von Felix Hoffmann, einem 17jährigen Abiturienten des Wentzinger Gymnasiums in Freiburg. Felix hielt diese außergewöhnliche Rede am 27.6.14 auf dem Abiball der Schule vor 600 ZuhörerInnen. Mich hat der Mut und die kritische Auseinandersetzung von diesem jungen Mann fasziniert, habe ich doch die Abiturszei ...

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