Interview on Last American Vagabond: Rukban Camp (Syria) & Gaza

Ryan Cristian of The Last American Vagabond had me on his show to discuss Syria & Palestine.
“In this interview we go over the US-run al-Rukban internment camp in Syria and what these people have been forced to endure even as the MSM ignores their plight, as well as some of what Eva saw while living in Palestine, the parallels between the two atrocities, and the governmental ties that bind them.”
 
*Note: As I update (July 25), Ryan informed me that Youtube has demonitized this particular upload on his channel.Consider supporting Ryan on his Patreon account.

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6 thoughts on “Interview on Last American Vagabond: Rukban Camp (Syria) & Gaza

  1. […] Israel has manufactured a crisis in Gaza that does not need to exist. Israel has cut off Palestinians’ ability to be self-sufficient, to work, to export. Israeli soldiers on a daily basis target with live ammunition (or shelling) Palestinian farmers, people living or working in the border regions, and fishers. I used to accompany farmers on their land, and when the Israeli soldiers started firing with live ammunition I and other volunteers would document, often with bullets flying past our bodies/heads. All of this is summarized, with many links to individual accounts, in an article I wrote some years ago: Observations from Occupied Palestine: Gaza. *Screenshot of photos (all mine, except the one of me) of farmers and protesters in the eastern border region, including many targeted by Israeli snipers.   [*Related post: Canada okay with Israeli soldiers firing on unarmed Palestinian farmers, and us]   Israel destroyed the power station in 2006 and hasn’t allowed Palestinians to import the material to properly rebuild. When I lived in Gaza, power was off for on average 18-20 hours a day, for years. *Photo by Eva Bartlett, November 2008.   This affects all aspects of life.   Palestinians have to pump sewage into the sea because they can’t adequately contain and treat it.   Fishers limited to less than 6 km off the coast end up fishing in water polluted by sewage. Israel has created a multi-layered hell in Gaza, from which Palestinians cannot escape. And on top of this, every so often Israel wages a war on Gaza.   I was there during the 2008/9 war, riding in ambulances in the most hard-hit areas, documenting the war crimes and taking testimonies. These include point-blank assassinations of children and using White Phosphorous on civilians. [For links related to these points, see: Interview on Last American Vagabond: Rukban Camp (Syria) & Gaza] […]

  2. […] Israel has created a multi-layered hell in Gaza, from which Palestinians cannot escape. And on top of this, every so often Israel wages a war on Gaza. I was there during the 2008/9 war, riding in ambulances in the most hard-hit areas, documenting the war crimes and taking testimonies. These include point-blank assassinations of children and using White Phosphorous on civilians. [For links related to these points, see:  Interview on Last American Vagabond: Rukban Camp (Syria) & Gaza] […]

  3. […] *Screenshot of photos (all mine, except the one of me) of farmers and protesters in the eastern border region, including many targeted by Israeli snipers. [*Related post: Canada okay with Israeli soldiers firing on unarmed Palestinian farmers, and us] Israel destroyed the power station in 2006 and hasn’t allowed Palestinians to import the material to properly rebuild. When I lived in Gaza, power was off for on average 18-20 hours a day, for years. *Photo by Eva Bartlett, November 2008. This affects all aspects of life. Palestinians have to pump sewage into the sea because they can’t adequately contain and treat it. Fishers limited to less than 6 km off the coast end up fishing in water polluted by sewage. Israel has created a multi-layered hell in Gaza, from which Palestinians cannot escape. And on top of this, every so often Israel wages a war on Gaza. I was there during the 2008/9 war, riding in ambulances in the most hard-hit areas, documenting the war crimes and taking testimonies. These include point-blank assassinations of children and using White Phosphorous on civilians. [For links related to these points, see: Interview on Last American Vagabond: Rukban Camp (Syria) & Gaza] […]

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