Addressing The Rebel’s Distorted and Lying Report on The Toronto (2018) Al Quds Day Protest

  On Al Quds Day in Toronto, Canadians from many faiths and backgrounds came out in solidarity with Palestinians who have been and continue to be brutally oppressed by Israel. Notably, in recent months elite Israeli army snipers have gunned down unarmed Palestinian protesters, including medics, photographers, children. Corporate media describes these as ‘clashes’ and… Read More Addressing The Rebel’s Distorted and Lying Report on The Toronto (2018) Al Quds Day Protest

Eva Bartlett Interview – Gaza, Syria and North Korea: The Truth Behind The Lies

An interview on The Last American Vagabond, November 18.  Please do check out his other videos and support his work! Follow him here: https://www.patreon.com/TheLastAmericanVagabond/posts In his introductory remarks, he writes: “In a time of universal deceit, telling the Truth is truly a  revolutionary act, and that has never been more apparent than in today’s  hyper-partisan climate,… Read More Eva Bartlett Interview – Gaza, Syria and North Korea: The Truth Behind The Lies

Gaza Farmers and Fishers Find Canadian Support

“This particular aspect of the siege is quite compelling because when a society is deprived of the ability to fish and to farm, it is deprived of its ability to sustain itself. It’s part of the ongoing Nakba, and part of the ethnic cleansing of Palestine,” says Charlotte Kates, a lawyer and one of the Day of Action coordinators.… Read More Gaza Farmers and Fishers Find Canadian Support

Palestine’s Paralympians: Without Medals, With Pride

*Mohammed Fanouna is welcomed back proudly at the Rafah crossing after the Paralympics. RAFAH, Gaza, Sep 14 2012 (IPS) – By Eva Bartlett The car’s engine revs, wheels spinning in vain, as it sinks deeper into the sandy lane near Rafah, southern Gaza. Members of the Palestinian Paralympic Committee (PPC) are en route to welcome… Read More Palestine’s Paralympians: Without Medals, With Pride

tweets from Gaza Under Attack

*over-crowded living, Gaza City, Gaza Strip, Palestine The above photo isn’t even in one of Gaza’s numerous refugee camps, invariably aptly described as “squalid, over-crowded, under-serviced (or not at all) hell-holes”–not reflecting their inhabitants but rather the impossible standard of living in the camps. It is a district of Gaza City, families piled upon on… Read More tweets from Gaza Under Attack