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Posts Tagged ‘Israel’
Tags: apartheid, distraction, events, Gaza, genocide, international press, Israel, manipulation, media, military, sleight of hand, war crimes, West Bank
Tags: aggression, Banksy, Gaza, Israel, political art, street art
Tags: apartheid, festival, foreign power, funding, government, Israel, music, Palestine, PR, propaganda, SXSW, US, war crimes
South by Southwest (SXSW) — an international mecca for artists, innovators, and hipsters — is planning to host a series of “Israel-centric” tech events sponsored by the Israeli government billing Israel as a “Land of Creation” and “Small Country, Big Ideas.” Events like these are part of the “Brand Israel” propaganda campaign designed to market Israel as a technologically modern and culturally sophisticated nation in order to improve its image abroad and counter worldwide outrage over its massacres and apartheid policies targeting the Palestinian people. – See more at: http://www.endtheoccupation.org/section.php?id=492#sthash.B7u9KHV9.dpuf
Tags: Bibi, cables, deception, fabrications, IRAN, Israel, leaked, Lies, Mossad, Netanyahu, nuclear program, war crimes, war propaganda
Netanyahu exposed as full of shit, by his own Mossad no less.+
War criminal, warmonger, known liar. Someone arrest this piece of shit and try him for war crimes in Gaza.
Tags: aid, documents, empire, FOIA, hydrogen bomb, Israel, military, nuclera, secrets, US
The most outrageous hypocrisy never, ever fazes the reptiles who control the USA or Israel.
“It’s our basic position that in 1987 the Department of Defense discovered that Israel had a nuclear weapons program, detailed it and then has covered it up for 25 years in violation of the Symington and Glenn amendments, costing taxpayers $86 billion,” Smith said during a hearing in late 2014 before Judge Tanya Chutkan in US District Court for the District of Columbia.
Tags: apartheid, film, Israel, occupation, Omar, Palestine, resistance, review
This Palestinian film, from the makers of Paradise Now, is well done and emotional. It shows the barbarism and the psychological stress of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. Very little comes out of Palestine, and these are refreshing for their portrayals of the ongoing conflict from the Palestinian side. While Israel’s penetration into media is an over-representation, the Palestinians are severely under-represented, and this contributes to western ignorance over the situation there.
The plot veers a bit into the implausible a couple of times. For this reason I prefer the previous film, Paradise Now, for its brutal honesty and gripping tension.
Omar incorporates a love story, two lovers separated by the massive apartheid wall, which Omar must repeatedly climb in order to see Nadia. Each time he does so, he is exposed to potential sniper fire. Each visit could be a deadly sacrifice.
The Palestinian resistance fighters are inept tactically, and strategically. They are outgunned and outsmarted by their Israeli occupiers. Played against one another, divided and conquered, it is a hopeless situation on the wrong side of the wall. It tears apart alliances, and the lives of those who resist are shattered.
It’s a good film, maybe not great, but there is plenty to think about.