interview on Gaza, on the Taylor Report

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Jan 20, 2014

Phil interviews Eva Bartlett, who worked with Gazan farmers, fishers, and schoolchildren in the face of naked aggression by the Israeli occupational forces. Ms. Bartlett maintains the blog and lectures extensively on the illegal Israeli blockade of Gaza across North America.

listen here

sources mentioned:

Rachel Corrie

Free Gaza boats

Eva Bartlett follows in the footsteps of Rachel Corrie


Head first towards the opposition

Dec 2008 and Jan 2009 attacks on Gaza [and photos/vid]

Harper in occupied Palestine, guards assault Palestinian Journalists

Melville United Church event, Jan 2014, Fergus, Ontario

Al Haq, 2008/9 Israeli Attacks

Gaza: Life and death under Israel’s drones [more IOF war crimes in Gaza]

Nablus medic taken as human shield

Palestinian medic killed by Israeli-fired dart bomb [and here]

Palestinian medic sniped by Israeli soldier during “cease-fire” hours

Targeting Medics

IOF soldier charged: theft of a credit card

Mairead Maguire Nominates Mother Agnes Mariam and Mussalaha Peace and Reconciliation movement, Syria, for the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

Mother Agnes-Mariam Awards


UN Weapons’ Inspector: Syria Chemical Weapons Were Fired from Rebel Held Territory

MIT study of Ghouta chemical attack challenges US intelligence


White Phosphorous

One thought on “interview on Gaza, on the Taylor Report

  1. Heard this interview this morning through Radio4All. Thanks Eva for your sustained presence and commitment to letting the rest of us know the reality of life as it is lived by Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank. Justice will prevail . . . .

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