The Palestinian question is the Auschwitz Question.
'We’re not healers. We’re not good Christians. We are freedom fighters.’
On April 4, 2006 outside the Freedom Theatre at Jenin, which he had co-founded, this is how Juliano Mer-Khamis described the politics that he espoused. On April 4, 2011, he was gunned down at exactly the same place by fundamentalist bullets.
Pragoti stands in solidarity with the Palestinian people and all progressive resistance to Zionism. Here is an announcement of one such effort by the Palestine Society at the School of Oriental and African Studies.
On 5-6 March 2011, the Palestine Society at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London will hold its seventh annual conference, "Past is Present: Settler Colonialism in Palestine."
A report on the two day conference on "A Just Peace for Palestine" held on 22-23 September 2010 at New Delhi.
Unarguably, Israeli regime is a blood-thirsty, irrational and illegal regime. Humanity stands offended by the very existence of this Israeli establishment.
Israel is possibly the only unapologetic state in the world that believes in assassination of opponents as a state policy. Ironically, that this nation does "hit jobs" through its notorious spy agency - the Mossad, actually gives it an "aura" of professionalism - as much as the Mumbai underworld looked "cool" in the eyes of many during its heydays.
This is an interview of the Japanese experimental filmmaker Masao Adachi in Tokyo. After making a number of experimental films, in 1974 Adachi decided to go to Palestine to commit his energies to the cause of the Palestinian Revolution for liberation, whereupon he was imprisoned in Lebanon for activities that were revealed only later and extradited to Japan,where he spent two additional years in prison. In 2007, Adachi brought out his first feature film, Yuheisha – Terorisuto (The Prisoner), after his release. The interview marked the celebration of this special occasion.
"Dead babies, mothers weeping on their children's graves, a gun aimed at a child and bombed-out mosques - these are a few examples of the images Israel Defense Forces soldiers design these days to print on shirts they order to mark the end of training, or of field duty. The slogans accompanying the drawings are not exactly anemic either: A T-shirt for infantry snipers bears the inscription "Better use Durex," next to a picture of a dead Palestinian baby, with his weeping mother and a teddy bear beside him. A sharpshooter's T-shirt from the Givati Brigade's Shaked battalion shows a pregnant Palestinian woman with a bull's-eye superimposed on her belly, with the slogan, in English, "1 shot, 2 kills." A "graduation" shirt for those who have completed another snipers course depicts a Palestinian baby, who grows into a combative boy and then an armed adult, with the inscription, "No matter how it begins, we'll put an end to it.""... Know about the new fashion statement from Uri Blau
"Israel has lost in Gaza. Whilst many Palestinians have lost their lives the Palestinians have not been conquered or cowed. Repression generates resistance and that will grow. Israeli aggression stands exposed". This is the address by Ronnie Kasrils, veteran South African communist and anti-apartheid activist, on the occasion of Israel Apartheid Week.