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A New Decade | Mazin Qumsiyeh

Mazin Qumsiyeh (photo: Carolin Smith)

Let us pull up our sleeves and get to work to make this decade the decade of the end of colonization, greed and racism and a decade of clarity (20/20 vision), peace, justice, equality and saving our planet from ourselves!

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Let a Thousand Actions Bloom | Melinda Tuhus

I’ve been arrested several times in DC doing non-violent direct actions (NVDA), protesting FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) as a rubber-stamp agency that is contributing mightily to the cooking of the climate and destruction of local communities and landscapes, but Nov. 5 was my first arrest in the Capitol. It was at a Senate hearing of the Energy & Natural ...

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For Palestinians the Irrelevancy of International Law | Jeff Halper

The American “recognition” of Israeli settlements are not “inconsistent with international law” demonstrates nothing more dramatic than the bankruptcy of American foreign policy — though in fact that previous American governments took virtually the same position: they may have recognized the settlements’ illegality under international law, but de facto ignored it and allowed Israel to confiscate Palestinian lands, build its ...

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