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1. 9/11/01 Police Radio Transmission: “The Van Exploded”

9/11/01 Police Radio Transmission: “The Van Exploded”

RetrospectiveReality
Published on Jul 24, 2015

Police radio transmission from 9/11 about a truck with a mural on the side of planes crashing into the WTC. The police officer reports later that a van exploded.

2. 911 – Dancing Israelis

911 – Dancing Israelis

califranky
Published on Dec 5, 2011

Check this out, Israelis partying & dancing when NY is under shock on 911! This report was on CNN

3. 9/10/2001: Rumsfeld says $2.3 TRILLION Missing from Pentagon

9/10/2001: Rumsfeld says $2.3 TRILLION Missing from Pentagon

BubbaLouis
Published on Oct 25, 2006

Pentagon admits $2.3 Trillion missing and Rumsfeld calls it a matter of “life and death.”

4. 9/11 – firemen and police saying there are bombs in the buildings

9/11 – firemen , police saying there are bomb’s in the buildings

DOCSAFETUBE

the video speaks the truth, so when is Americans going to wake up to reality, and arrest those that are responsible for the attacks of 9/11 and the ones that Profitied off of 9/11. www.freeamerica.ning.com www.myspace.com/freeamerica365

5. Fabled Enemies Extra: WTC Eyewitness Barry Jennings

Fabled Enemies Extra: WTC Eyewitness Barry Jennings

SUPREMEMASTER1
Published on Feb 6, 2011

§ 107. Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining whether the use made of a work in any particular case is a fair use the factors to be considered shall include — (1) the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; (2) the nature of the copyrighted work; (3) the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and (4) the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. The fact that a work is unpublished shall not itself bar a finding of fair use if such finding is made upon consideration of all the above factors. http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92ch… 40The Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 amended section 107 by adding the reference to section 106A. Pub. L. No. 101-650, 104 Stat. 5089, 5132. In 1992, section 107 was also amended to add the last sentence. Pub. L. No. 102-492, 106 Stat. 3145. http://www.copyright.gov/title17/92ch… Barry Jennings, Deputy Director, Emergency Services Department, New York City Housing Authority, talks about how he witnessed explosions in WTC 7 before the collapse of either of the twin towers.

6. Explosions in the WTC basement before the Plane struck the tower.

Explosions in the WTC basement before the Plane struck the tower.

simonxhayes
Published on Sep 9, 2009

There were several Explosions in the World Trade Center basement before the Plane struck the tower. William Rodriguez, worked as a Janitor on level B1 of the tower. He used his pass key to open the doors of the stairwells on 9/11, helping people to escape. He received a bravery award from George Bush. However, Rodriguez questions what caused these explosions prior to plane impact at the top of the tower and points out that it could NOT be Gas or Oil in the basement because the Kitchens ALL ran on Electricity. Having been commended for bravery on 9/11 by George Bush, Rodriguez is subsequently put out of work and loses his home. Excerpt from film Zero 9/11 http://www.zerofilm.info/

7. 9/11 Firefighters Reveal Bombs Destroyed WTC lobby

9/11 Firefighters Reveal Bombs Destroyed WTC lobby

clbackus
Published on Oct 22, 2010

Newly obtained video that was reluctantly released by NIST after a lawsuit by the International Center for 9/11 Studies shows two firefighters on 9/11 discussing how secondary explosions occurred immediately before the collapse of the twin towers, providing damning new evidence that explosive devices were used to bring down the buildings. Firemen discuss how bombs were going off in the lobby of WTC1 as they were staging to move up the building. They explain how the building had already been hit by the plane and fires were already burning. After two explosions in the lobby, a third went off and the whole lobby collapsed. I’m sorry 9/11 truth deniers, you now have another smoking gun that you can’t deny!

8. 9/11 Flight 93 Crash Conspiracy in Under 5 Minutes

9/11 Flight 93 Crash Conspiracy in Under 5 Minutes

Truth Speaker

United Airlines Flight 93 supposedly crashed in Pennsylvania on September 11, 2001. There’s just one problem with that; there was no plane crash on that day in Pennsylvania. This video is comprised of many different YouTube videos and News Outlet videos to show the “wreckage”.

9. The Pentagon

the 9/11 video that was aired once and never aired again

dustin lehr
Published on Dec 22, 2011

this video reveals shocking truth that a commercial jet did NOT hit the pentagon but, rather a missile or smaller plane which concludes that our government has lied to us

Let us please hang the bastards before they die. Not too much to ask is it? It is rather clear who the guilty are and has been for … SIXTEEN YEARS!

Why do so few care?

I need to add this – Here is another BIG question…

10. 9/11 – What Happened to the Passengers?

9/11 – What Happened to the Passengers?

NRUN65
Published on Sep 26, 2016

9/11 revisited – This video examines evidence of the impossibility of the airborne cell phone calls from the nine passengers that were indicated on the Caller-ID’s of the recipients as recorded in FBI reports. The technology for such calls did not exist in 2001 (refer to video description). If the cell phone calls could not have been made from the planes in the air, where were they made from? If those cell phone calls were not made in the air, the “19-Hijacker Conspiracy Theory” is seriously damaged.

This video is a portion of the excellent 5-hour 9/11 investigative film “September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor” by Massimo Mazzucco. For the complete 5-hour film (separated into 3 parts) click the links at the bottom.

Prior to 2004 cell phone calls from fast high flying aircraft were impossible because of the technology then in use.

But in 2004 Qualcomm Incorporated announced in a July 15, 2004 press release: “American Airlines and Qualcomm Complete Test Flight to Evaluate In-Cabin Mobile Phone Use” [ https://www.qualcomm.com/news/release… ]: “Qualcomm Incorporated…and American Airlines today successfully demonstrated in-cabin voice communication using commercially available CDMA mobile phones on a commercial American Airlines aircraft… The proof-of-concept demonstration flight originated out of the Dallas/Fort Worth International airport. During the approximate two-hour flight, passengers were able to place and receive phone calls and text messages on their mobile phones….’We are pleased to have worked so closely with American Airlines to complete this proof-of-concept demonstration for the in-flight use of 3G CDNA technology,’ said Dr. Irwin Jacobs, chairman and CEO of Qualcomm…”

On 9/11, people receiving cell calls allegedly from the hijacked aircraft reported the unusual clarity of the calls – as if they were calling from the next room. However, cell phone calls in the Qualcomm demonstration, “…was about the same as a regular cell call on the ground, other than the loud background noise on the MD-80 jet.” [ http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/w… ]

This lack of background noise could make one wonder if those cell calls were really being placed from the inside of a hijacked jetliner in flight.

Remote controlled aircraft? – http://www.journalof911studies.com/vo…

There is evidence that Flight 77 and Flight 11 were not even scheduled to fly on 9/11…..not that they were scheduled and subsequently canceled – but that a Flight 77 and a Flight 11 were never scheduled in the first place – passengers aren’t booked on flights which do not exist.

Prior to sometime in 2004 the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) website for September 11, 2001 showed no record of a Flight 77 or a Flight 11[ Evidence that Flights AA 11 and AA 77 Did Not Exist on September 11, 2001 – http://www.serendipity.li/wot/aa_flts… ]. Then, in 2004, Flight 11 and Flight 77 were “added” to the BTS data for 9/11/2001 but they show no departure time nor an aircraft tail number – this link includes a screen capture of the “new” Flight 11 data: http://letsrollforums.com//happened-p…

Back in 2003 when the evidence to invade Iraq was being pushed to get public support it seemed more than a bit shady so I began looking into questions then being aired about the 9/11 attacks – and this 9/11 flight scheduling anomaly came to light. When I went to the Bureau of Transportation website, I found the same information as shown in the links below:

Flight 93 – UA: Newark, NJ — Newark International http://www.serendipity.li/wot/aa_flts…

Flight 175 – UA: Boston, MA — Logan International http://www.serendipity.li/wot/aa_flts…

Flight 11 – AA: Boston, MA — Logan International http://www.serendipity.li/wot/aa_flts…

Flight 77 – AA: Washington, DC — Washington Dulles International http://www.serendipity.li/wot/aa_flts…

September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor (Full version) – Part 1 of 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5ppQ…

September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor (Full version) – Part 2 of 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ahPo6…

September 11 – The New Pearl Harbor (Full version) – Part 3 of 3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haVF4…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JK1z… – 9/11 – Did Flight 77 Really Crash into The Pentagon? – 3 Conflicting “Official” Animations

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IcBuB… – Heist: Who Stole the American Dream?

The documentary on Donald Trump he tried to suppress – Video Teaser – http://trumpthemovie.com/watch/

The Documentary that Donald Trump wanted suppressed – in 12 parts – http://whowhatwhy.org/2016/01/19/the-…

peace

 

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The Palestinian Information Center

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Israeli municipality workers cut water pipelines that feed Palestinian farming lands.

Actually, the original Nazis never did things like this.

Monsters.

Boycott the foulest country ever… yes, worse than North Korea… at least they have an excuse.

Peace

 

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Images From Palestine

Life of a child in occupied Palestine

This is beyond disgusting.

Way beyond. There is no excuse for this. None whatsoever.

I would shoot this soldier dead in a heartbeat. This contamination of the earth must be eliminated along with to foul bipedal sewage that controls him.

Very little angers me as much as these inhuman sacks of shit.

Sorry

Peace

 

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Days of Palestine

5 hrs ·

69 years of violence and humiliations..

#Nakba69 #NakbaDay

This goes on constantly. And we pay for it. This is what they do with our money.

Wake the Hell up.

 

peace

 

 

Respect. Rights. Dignity.

The spoil of war known primarily as Israel had best stop trying to outdo the Nazis.

They have—many times over—shown that they are  much better at it, so there is nothing left to prove.

And the world is starting to realize what the reality is and always has been.

No more Mr Nice Guy. #RedCardIsrael

Peace (which is something they don’t want)

Oy vey

 

I used to admire Germany.

Now the whole place makes me want to throw up.

I just saw this new thread.

10 months in jail for 87yo grandma who said Auschwitz was a labor camp.

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German grandmother, 87, is sentenced to ten months in jail for saying Auschwitz was ‘just a labour camp’.


In the interview with the ARD network she claimed the death camp of Auschwitz in Nazi occupied Poland, where at least 1.1 million people were murdered, was ‘nothing more than a labour camp.’

I find this to be quite sad.

To imprison such an elderly woman simply because of her statements or views…

If she was inciting, encouraging or calling for violence, I could understand imposing a penalty.

Understood that some people are going to be offended or upset by her views/statements but she’s simply questioning or disagreeing with an aspect of history…

Kind of hypocritical that we in the West are imprisoning people for their statements and views while at the same time pointing our fingers at other “repressive regimes”.

Also a bit ironic that it seems perfectly legal to say very disturbing things about another group (Moslems), some even calling for the entire extermination…

edit on 30-9-2016 by gladtobehere because: wording
Dont blame me. I voted for Ron Paul.
“To learn who rules over you simply find out who you arent allowed to criticize.”
To deny history is criminal. To bend over and take it up the poopy-da da for something you didn’t do is being less than human. And punishing others because you are an asshole beyond measure is, well, beyond measure.
Sorry, Germany, you make me sick.
You make nice cars, but have you heard the expression… “and the horse you rode in on?”
You will never be full human beings again in my eyes.
This goes for any country where this could have happened.
The evidence is pretty clear that a labor camp is EXACTLY WHAT IT WAS.


Vicious, these Airbnb creatures are. They just dont give a shit, like most corporations, about the welfare of people, as long as they make a profit.

If only we could kill their executives.

They feel it is just alright to assist the worlds premier provider of terrorism, apartheid and arrogantly whiny genocide by providing rental listings in the stolen lands of Palestine.

Well, fuck you, Airbnb.

Sorry for my language but I have had enough of this crap and I am edging closer to supporting taking the entire country out, which is not right.

But they are SUCH incredibly obnoxious and criminally arrogant assholes.

NOTE: To get a view on this that does not have any bad words in it visit the Jewish Voice For Peace.

Thanks.

Visit this link at Amnesty International to go to the page to download this as a pdf in your language.

amnestyAMNESTY INTERNATIONAL
PUBLIC STATEMENT
Index: MDE 15/3824/2016
12 April 2016

Israeli Government must cease intimidation of human rights defenders,
protect them from attacks

The Israeli authorities must end their long-standing attacks on Palestinian human rights
defenders (HRDs) and halt the climate of intimidation of HRDs in Israel and the Occupied
Palestinian Territories (OPT), Amnesty International said today. Israeli authorities must
take immediate steps to provide protection necessary for HRDs in Israel/OPT to carry out
their work freely and without fear of attacks and harassment. Attacks and threats against
HRDs must be investigated and those responsible must be held to account.

An escalation of acts of intimidation by the government and attacks and threats by settlers
and other non-state actors have created an increasingly dangerous environment for HRDs
in Israel and in the OPT. Israel is routinely violating Palestinians’ rights to freedom of
expression and freedom of association in the OPT and are targeting HRDs, including by
arbitrary arrest and detention, imprisonment, injury and torture. Israel authorities also are
failing to protect HRDs from attacks by Israeli settlers and other extreme right wing
activists, and in some cases they have been complicit in such attacks. Israel has also
taken steps to curtail freedom of expression inside Israel with officials using intimidation
to target HRDs. Recent legislative initiatives that are apparently aimed at constricting
freedom of expression have gone hand in hand with an ever-darkening public mood against
those who criticise the Israeli government, and have increasingly come to affect Jewish
Israeli critics of the Israeli government and its practices.

Israeli Government intimidation of Omar Barghouti

Amnesty International is concerned for the safety and liberty of Palestinian human rights
defender Omar Barghouti, and other Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) activists,
following calls alluding to threats, including of physical harm and deprivation of basic
rights, made by Israeli ministers at an anti-Boycott Divestment and Sanction conference in
Jerusalem on 28 March 2016. Omar Barghouti is a founding member and a prominent
spokesperson of the BDS movement. He campaigns to hold Israel accountable for human
rights and other international law violations and advocates for the use of non-violent
means in doing so. He was personally attacked in comments and statements by
conference participants including ministers, including by describing him as a threat who
should be stopped.

An especially alarming statement came from Israeli Minister of Transport, Intelligence and
Atomic Energy Yisrael Katz who called on Israel to engage in “targeted civil eliminations”
of BDS leaders with the help of Israeli intelligence. The term alludes to “targeted
2 assassinations” which is used to describe Israel’s policy of targeting members of
Palestinian armed groups. Other ministers including Gilad Erdan the Minister of Public
Security, Strategic Affairs and Minister of Information described BDS activists and
leaders as threats and called for them to “pay the price” for their work following this with
a clarification that he does not mean “physical harm”. Omar Barghouti was attacked by
Ariah Deri, the Minister of Interior, who said he is considering revoking Omar Barghouti’s
permanent residency in Israel and depriving him from the right to travel freely. Omar
Barghouti has told Amnesty International that he is gravely concerned about his safety and
that of his family.

Government ministers and other government officials have a particular responsibility to
consider carefully the adverse consequences that can arise from portraying human rights
defenders as security threats for carrying out their peaceful and legitimate work. Such
public statements will have strong and dangerous resonance in Israel/OPT, particularly
given the increasingly perilous environment in which human rights defenders there are
working, under constant threats and attacks by the state and by settlers and other extreme
right wing activists.

This is not the first time that Omar Barghouti has faced threats and intimidation, but
these statements have been the most serious to have come from government officials.
Ministers have a responsibility to uphold human rights and should avoid making
inflammatory public remarks against Omar Barghouti and other HRDs. And they should
withdraw threat to arbitrarily restrict his freedom of movement and cancel his permanent
residency In Israel.

Death threats against Imad Abu Shamsiyeh

On 24 February 2016 Imad Abu Shamsiyeh, a Palestinian resident of Tel Rumeida,
Hebron, filmed the apparent extrajudicial execution of Abed al-Fatah al-Sharif by an
Israeli soldier. The footage was released by the Israeli human rights organization B’tselem
and led to the arrest of the soldier, who remains under investigation. Since the publication
of the footage, B’tselem has reported that Imad Abu Shamsiyeh has been subjected to
death threats made by Israelis living in the nearby illegal settlements and through phone
calls and messages. Stones were also thrown at his house by Israeli settlers. He has
previously been attacked on numerous occasions by Israeli settlers who live nearby and in
retaliation for documenting abuses. The Palestine News Network also reported that Imad
Abu Shamsiyeh’s home was raided by Israeli soldiers on the night of 29 March, ostensibly
to check the identities of local and international HRDs who were staying with him in the
wake of threats. The Israeli authorities must immediately bring to justice those who have
threatened and attacked Nidal Abu Shamsiyeh and protect him from any further attacks.

Death threats against al-Haq staff

Al-Haq is one of the most prominent and respected of Palestinian human rights NGOs. In
recent months, it has been the target – along with other Palestinian NGOs – of a sustained
campaign attempting to undermine its work through the use of anonymous phone calls
and emails. In February and March 2016, a staff member of Al-Haq and its director were
subjected to a number of death threats. These are directly connected to the organization’s
3 work with the International Criminal Court in The Hague. The right of organizations to work
with the International Criminal Court and promote accountability must be respected, and
the relevant authorities must investigate and bring to justice those who have issued these
egregious threats.

Arrest and imprisonment of Issa Amro and Farid al-Atrash

Israeli authorities arbitrarily arrested Palestinian human rights defenders Issa Amro and
Farid al-Atrash following a peaceful demonstration in Hebron on 26 February 2016 calling
for lifting of discriminatory restrictions in their city. Both were charged by a military court
and later released. Amnesty International believes both were arrested and charged solely
for exercising their rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and free expression.

Palestinian residents and activists in the city of Hebron, in the occupied West Bank,
organized a non-violent protest march on 26 February 2016 to mark 22 years since the
Israeli authorities first closed al-Shuhada Street in the Old City and to call for the removal
of discriminatory restrictions. Israeli forces met the demonstration with excessive force
and threw sound grenades at the crowd and fired tear gas. Lawyer Farid al-Atrash along
with a photo journalist were arrested. While the journalist was released some hours later
al-Atrash was presented to a military court in Ofer military base near Ramallah and
charged with participating in an illegal demonstration and attacking officers. Video footage
of the arrest shows Farid at-Atrash standing peacefully in front of soldiers when he was
pushed and dragged and then violently arrested by a number of Israeli soldiers. He was
released on bail on Tuesday 1 March 2016 and awaits a date for his first court hearing to
be confirmed.

The Israeli army arrested the activist Issa Amro, whose group Youth Against Settlements
organized the demonstration, on the afternoon of 29 February 2016 from in front of his
house in the city’s Tel Rumeida neighbourhood and charged him in a military court with
organizing an illegal demonstration and incitement. He was released on 1 March 2016
and he is waiting for his trial, the date of which is yet to be confirmed. Amnesty
International believes that both Issa Amro and Farid al-Atrash have been arrested solely for
their peaceful exercise of their rights to freedom of expression and assembly.

Arrest and imprisonment of Khalida Jarrar

Palestinian parliamentarian and HRD Khalida Jarrar was sentenced to 15 months
imprisonment on 6 December 2015 after unfair proceedings before a military court and
during which it appeared that pre-trial detention – including the use of administrative
detention — was being used to punish her and pressure her into accepting a guilty plea.

She finally pleaded guilty to two charges, not believing that she would ever receive a fair
trial, but her lawyers say that the authorities never supported their accusations with
evidence. Amnesty International believes that the detention of Khalida Jarrar, the
proceedings against her and her sentence appear to be punitive measures used to supress
her right to free and peaceful expression.
4
Israeli Government intimidation of Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence is an Israeli organization of Israeli soldiers that aims to educate the
Israeli public about Israeli military practices in the OPT, including those which are abusive
or criminal. Since December 2015 it has been subjected to a concerted government
campaign to undermine its work. The Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon banned the
organization from speaking to Israeli soldiers on 14 December. This was followed by a ban
from the Education Minister Naftali Bennett on speaking to high school students that was
enacted on 15 December. Both ministers alleged that the organization spread “lies”
against the army, despite the fact that no evidence of fabrication has ever been found in
any of the testimonies published by the organization.

On 16 December the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in the Knesset that
the organization “tarnishes the image of IDF soldiers around the world, trying to tie Israel’s
hands in its attempts to defend itself.” These statements took place at the same time as a
pro-government NGO released a video declaring that Yuli Novak, the director of the
organization, was a foreign agent who was working to aid “terrorists”. (A number of other
heads of prominent Israeli NGOs also featured in the video.)

On 17 March 2016 an Israeli television program broadcast footage that showed Breaking
the Silence researchers asking questions related to Israeli military deployments and
equipment as part of their interview process. The footage was taken covertly by a settlerrelated
pro-government group. The footage drew harsh condemnation from the Prime
Minister and other government officials. The Defense Minister accused the group of being
“traitors” on 21 March, although he later qualified that statement.

A preliminary Israeli army investigation found that the group had not collected any
information of a secrecy higher than “confidential”, a low level of classification. The group
pointed out that all information published by Breaking the Silence passes through the
military censor before it is published. The seeking of background information about
military equipment, operating practices and deployments is a vital part of analyzing the
conduct of military operations in order to assess their adherence to international
humanitarian and human rights law.

The vicious tone and frequency of invective aimed at Breaking the Silence from top
government officials is completely at odds with their responsibilities, and appears to be
aimed at intimidating the organization and dissuading soldiers from speaking to its staff.
The Israeli government should not portray human rights defenders as security threats for
the work they do. The climate that has been created by government statements appears to
have played a role in the threats and harassment aimed at Breaking the Silence staff and
their family members by individual Israelis. Israeli government officials must immediately
stop their intimidation of Breaking the Silence. They should also recognise the right of
individuals and organizations to investigate allegations of human rights violations and work
to bring violations to light both within Israel and abroad. They should investigate threats
made against and harassment of Breaking the Silence staff and their family members and
bring the individuals responsible to justice.
5
Israeli legislation aimed at curtailing freedom of expression

In recent years, the Israeli authorities have passed a number of laws that restrict the space
for opposition to Israeli government policies and actions. These include laws that deny
government funding to organizations that commemorate the Nakba (catastrophe), the
mass forced displacement of Palestinians that occurred during the founding of Israel in
1948, and that make it a “civil wrong” for any Israeli citizen or institution to call for a
boycott of Israeli institutions or companies in response to Israel’s occupation or illegal
settlements.

There are also a number of pending pieces of legislation that appear to be aimed at
curtailing freedom of expression and freedom of association. The Israeli justice ministry
gave preliminary approval to the “Loyalty in Culture” bill on 24 February, which would give
the government power to retroactively withdraw funding from cultural activities that
“contravene the principles of the state”. The bill is now clear for its first reading in the
Knesset. On 10 February 2016 the Israeli Knesset approved the first reading of the socalled
“NGO Transparency Bill”, which imposes new funding reporting requirements on
organizations that receive more than 50% of their funding from foreign governments. This
would adversely affect most Israeli organizations that scrutinise human rights violations in
Israel and the OPT and/or oppose the occupation.

Israeli rights groups have argued that this is law is unfair and discriminatory, as they are
already required to disclose their sources of funding, and it leaves unaffected the vast
majority of pro-government NGOs, whose funding is mostly from private sources (and on
which there are less pre-existing reporting requirements). Amnesty International is
concerned that the bill appears to be less about transparency and more about a politicallymotivated
stigmatising of organizations that oppose Israeli government policies and
practices. Such a bill appears designed to have a chilling effect on freedom of expression
and association inside Israel. The Israeli government should cease its support for these
bills and make it clear that criticism of it and its policies is an inalienable part of the right
to freedom of expression and that it is legitimate for human rights organizations to seek
funds from abroad for their work.

For more information please call Amnesty International’s press office in London, UK, on
+44 20 7413 5566 or email: [email protected]
International Secretariat, Amnesty International, 1 Easton St., London WC1X 0DW, UK
www.amnesty.org

antisem

 

I hate to say it, but experience compels me to fully agree with the late Dr. Hajo Meyer, who, as someone who was actually there, is a subject matter expert.

Dr. Meyer was a good man, clearly. Others around him, not so much.

For example, this video clip is from 2009:

Former Israeli Minister (Shulamit Aloni): It’s A Trick We Always Use It. Calling people Anti Semitic

I find it really kind of tragic that the entire country has destroyed itself in the eyes of people who can see right from wrong.

Sigh.

Peace.

eta: Those so inclined might want to peruse the discussion at Pink Floyd star on why his fellow musicians are terrified to speak out against Israel. It is quite interesting. Although ATS has not been known for openness with this generalized area of interest, they are doing much better as atrocities continue.

Peace.