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    An honest Israeli Jew tells the Real Truth about Israel

    Sadly too many people are ill informed regarding the Israeli-Palestinian situation, the governments and the politicians of the West DO know the truth but because of their agendas, they will not act upon it to resolve anything.

    No matter what you say about this issue, people will always accuse you of being bias one way or the other, only ignorant people would see it from one side of the fence and show bias with a closed mind and follow their friends just like sheep.

    I came across Miko Peled’s very honest speech on YouTube which tells his side of the story about Israel:

    (It is an hour long but it is worth watching if you really want to know the truth. You can turn on the captions but bear in mind they are automated subtitles so they naturally have a few mistakes. However the automated subtitles have many errors but with a bit of help and patience I have managed to compile a list of the errors alongside the corrections. This list can be found at the end of this article.)
    Miko Peled who is an Israeli Jew and was born into a prominent Zionist military family, his father was a well-known Army General and Miko himself served in the Israeli Army. His sister who lost her daughter to a Palestinian suicide bombing was a friend of Netanyahu (the current Israeli prime minister) and this incident happened while Netanyahu was also the prime minister then.

    My introduction of Miko would have you assuming that I am biased already because how can I pick an Israeli Jew to shed a light on the issue of Israeli /Palestinian conflict? Never assume!

    Far from it, Miko tells it like it is. Nothing deterred him from telling the truth, telling the truth was his mission and I am sure in the process he must have lost many friends. When you speak out, you have a lot to lose and life can become a lot harder for you and this why I feel he has nothing to gain apart from telling the truth.

    Here is a summary of Miko’s book by LUDWIG WATZAL

    Miko Peled, The General’s Son, a journey of an Israeli in Palestine.

    n 1997, a tragedy struck the family of Israeli-American Miko Peled. His 13-year-old niece Smadar was killed by suicide bombers in Jerusalem. Born into a prominent Zionist military family, his father was a prominent general, who turned after the Israel’s “war of aggression” in 1967, into an advocate of peace with the Palestinians, the real owners of the land of Palestine. The tragic death of his niece served as an “eye-opener”. His personal journey from a Zionist by education, family and societal socialization into an outspoken critic of Israel’s colonial and aggressive policy is convincingly documented in his extraordinary book: “The General’s Son”.

    His sister, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, reacted very unusually to the tragic death of her daughter. She did not blame the suicide bombers but the occupation policy of the Israeli governments. At that time, Benyamin Netanyhu served his first term as Israel’s Prime Minister. As a mother, she did not call for revenge because Israel’s long lasting mistreatment of the Palestinian people created people like them. Miko Peled makes it also very clear that Israeli policy has to be blamed. His sister, Nurit Peled-Elhanan, is a well-known professor for language and education at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Her latest book “Palestine in Israeli Schoolbooks” (orvideo) shows how Israeli school children are indoctrinated by outright racism and Zionist ideology. This manipulation occurs at different fields like images, maps, layouts and use of language in History, Geography and Civic Studies textbook, The manipulation by education aims at the marginalization of Palestinians and reinforces Jewish-Israeli identity.

    The author himself was a victim of Zionist indoctrination that stigmatized a whole people to enemies he has had no opportunity to really know. This insanity ended when Miko Peled met for the first time Palestinians in San Diego. With these meetings began a journey from darkness to enlightenment. Step by step, he stripped himself of the taught ignorance of the so-called “other”.

    Forty years later, Miko Peled followed into his father’s footsteps, General Mattiyahu (Matti) Peled. He was the first famous member of the Zionist military establishment who “violated” the esprit de corps. Courageously, he debunked the Zionist mystique about the Six-Day War of June 1967. Everybody, who is not a partisan, knows that it was a war of aggression, planned by the military establishment, the second generation, against the will of the political leadership, the immigrant generation. One should read the statements by Israeli politicians like Menachem Begin or other top brass of the military elite. But neither the US nor European academics incorporate their statements into their analysis because it would destroy the myth about the Six-Day War that Zionist Hasbara (propaganda) has created.

    The author combines the exceptional history of his family, the political development of the State of Israel and his personal conversion to a fundamental critic of the policy of the different Israeli governments. As a former soldier he knows what he is talking when it comes to the Israeli army: It is the “best trained, best equipped, best fed terrorist organization in the world”, so Miko Peled in his speech on October 1, 2012 in Seattle. “Their entire purpose is terrorism.” What will the “Israel Lobby” and its fans in the US or Western Europe says against this realistic characterization? They will yell out: “self-hating Jew”; “Anti-Semite” would not work well against a former Israeli soldier, or their other ridiculous accusations. Presumably, they will just hush up. Nevertheless, should it occur to the public that their only argument against Peled’s very convincing arguments might be character assassinations? What Peled writes cannot be confounded by the Zionists all over the world. Even the universal weapon of “anti-Semitism” would go unheard.

    Not the so-called anti-Semites or the so-called self-hating Jews have to justify their legitimate criticism of the brutality of the Israeli government policies against a defenseless people but the Zionist crowd in the US and all over the world. Peled stresses that the “Israel Lobby” and their cheerleaders have to explain why a so-called “Jewish and democratic state” colonizes against international law, human and real democratic rights a people and destroy systematically their existence by house demolitions, expulsion, torture, settler and military terrorism, uprooting trees, build Jewish-only roads, establish a different law systems, one for Jews and the others for “barbarians”, or the massacre in the Gaza Strip in 2008/09 that caused the death of more than 1400 people, most of them women and children. How the “Israel Lobby” does explain more than 30 laws that discriminate against Israeli Palestinians who live in Israel proper and are citizens of the State of Israel? More and more Jews with conscience in the US turn their back on Israel. They are fed up that Judaism is taken hostage by Zionist ideology. Norman Finkelstein’s book “Knowing too much” and Peter Beinart’s book “The Crisis of Zionism” are evidence for this theory.

    Either the whites in South Africa or the whites in the south of the US did not like equal rights for “blacks”. Both racist regimes were not dissolved “by consensus”, writes Peled and he continues saying: “But Zionism like racism has to go. The Zionist state has to be replaced by a democracy.”


    This review is from: The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine (Paperback)
    I expect like most I previously hadn’t thought too much about the history of Israel or as it turns out, the arcane, arrogant attitudes of the leadership of the Israeli people. This book through the personal story of Miko Peled gave me an insight to both and opened my eyes to the real situation in place today between Israel and Palestine and its people. My views are now more refined and lead me to believe that the Israeli government has serious questions to answer and much for which to atone.

    This review is from: The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine (Kindle Edition)
    Miko Peled takes the reader on a journey across the divide of hate created by Zionism in both Israel and Palestine. In tackling the apocalyptic cruelty of extreme far-right statehood and racial supremacism, his touching humanity towards his Middle Eastern brothers shines through. Great read.

    This review is from: The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine (Paperback)
    Miko Peled’s credentials are impeccable; he was a captain in the Israeli Defence Force, his father was a General in the IDF and his grandfather took part in the declaration of Israeli independence. Despite all of that he has now turned his back on Zionism and explains in the book, with humility and humanity his reasons for doing so. After conducting his own research he also discredits many of the Zionist myths, including the background to the 1967 war and the true circumstances behind the Palestinians leaving their homes and homeland. Probably because of its explosive contents, this book has had little coverage in the UK media, all the more reason to read it.

    From Israel with love

    Last edited by Maximo; 07-24-2014, 08:16 PM.

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    Alica Krmac via Google+

    5 days ago (edited)

    Miko Peled was born in Jersusalem into a famous and influential Israeli Zionist family. His father was a famous General in the Israeli Army, of which Miko also served his time. When Miko's niece was killed by Palestinian suicide bombers, you may have expected the family to put Palestinians at fault, but surprisingly they blamed the state of Israel, and their violent torturing and persecution for driving people to such sadness that they would take their own lives.

    Through his father's deep knowledge of the Israeli war of terror, together with his own research, Miko Peled ruins the myths surrounding the Israel and Palestine situation, and delivers a truth so damning that many Jews and Israel supporters will not be able to bear it.
    Highly recommending to anyone interesting in the truth behind Israel and Zionism, the ongoing systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing. Eloquent, precise, straight-forward, frankly honest.


    • #3
      Goril Onarheim
      4 hours ago (edited)

      -+CrisVangel1958 They survived Holocaust....was given a piece of land that belong to someone else....they went "home" to Israel...and did excactly what was done to them during the war. Drive people from their homes, possessed their belongings and their house. And they the name of GOD.Between 1947-48 they occupy 80 % of the land....., and they are still doing this....and Europe stay silent both in 1948 and 1967 and 2014!!!. Thousands of Israelian familys today live in houses built by Palestinian/arabs. Europe didnt say ANYTHING about this, being afraid to be called antisemmetist again. Holocaust was an unforgivable action, but they also use this as an excuse to do exactly the same to Palestinian and arabs.


      • #4
        leo welch
        18 hours ago

        +Gwendolyn Kelly-Boyer Look at it this way. Zionism does not represent the Jews or Judaeism. Zionism is a political organisation. A "terrorist organisation" according to Miko Peled and lots of other Jewish people who hate Zionism.


        • #5
          United Nations Resolution 3013 from 1973 states:

          "The struggle of peoples under colonial and alien domination and racist regimes for the implementation of their right to self-determination and independence is legitimate and in full accordance with the principles of international law"

          Nations Unies Résolution 3013 de 1973 stipule que:

          "La lutte des peuples sous domination coloniale et étrangère et les régimes racistes pour la mise en œuvre de leur droit à l'autodétermination et à l'indépendance est légitime et en pleine conformité avec les principes du droit international"
          Last edited by Maximo; 07-24-2014, 06:36 PM.


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            Nelson Mandela le visionaire


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                Gaza: Is this a war on children? | Channel 4 News


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                  Palestine voice


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                    A Palestinian man cries after bringing a child to the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya, Gaza, on Thursday, July 24. The child was wounded in a strike on a school that was serving as a shelter for families in Gaza.


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                      Jews Say: End the War on Gaza

                      Linda Milazzo Participatory journalist and educator

                      Statement of Jews for Palestinian Right of Return, July 22, 2014 (200 initial signers, endorsing allies forthcoming)
                      On July 12, 2014, Gaza civil society issued an urgent appeal for solidarity, asking: "How many of our lives are dispensable enough until the world takes action? How much of our blood is sufficient?"
                      As Jews of conscience, we answer by unequivocally condemning Israel's ongoing massacre in Gaza, whose victims include hundreds of civilians, children, entire families, the elderly, and the disabled. This latest toll adds to the thousands Israel has killed and maimed since its supposed withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in 2005.
                      In response to this crisis, we urgently reaffirm our support for a ban on all military and other aid to Israel.
                      In 1967, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. opposed the Vietnam War with his famous declaration: "For the sake of the hundreds of thousands trembling under our violence, I cannot be silent."

                      Today, *we* cannot be silent as the "Jewish state" -- armed to the teeth by the U.S. and its allies -- wages yet another brutal war on the Palestinian people. Apartheid Israel does not speak for us, and we stand with Gaza as we stand with all of Palestine.

                      In the face of incessant pro-Israel propaganda, we heed Malcolm X's warning: "If you're not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing."

                      For Israel's relentless war on Gaza is no more an act of "self-defense" than such infamous massacres as Wounded Knee (1890), Guernica (1937), the Warsaw Ghetto (1942), Deir Yassin (1948), My Lai (1968), Soweto (1976), Sabra and Shatila (1982), or Lebanon (2006).

                      Rather, it is but the latest chapter in more than a century of Zionist colonialism, dispossession, ethnic cleaning, racism, and genocide -- including Israel's very establishment through the uprooting and displacement of over 750,000 Palestinians during the 1947-1948 Nakba. Indeed, eighty percent of the 1.8 million people sealed into Gaza are refugees.

                      Like any colonial regime, Israel uses resistance to such policies as an excuse to terrorize and collectively punish the indigenous population for its very existence. But scattered rockets, fired from Gaza into land stolen from Palestinians in the first place, are merely a response to this systemic injustice.

                      To confront the root cause of this violence, we call for the complete dismantling of Israel's apartheid regime, throughout historic Palestine -- from the River to the Sea. With that in mind, we embrace the 2005 Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, which demands:

                      * An end to Israeli military occupation of the 1967 territories

                      * Full equality for Palestinian citizens of Israel

                      * Right of return for Palestinian refugees, as affirmed by UN resolution 194

                      Sign petition at
                      Initial Signers (list in formation; organizations, schools and other affiliations shown for identification only; *Co-founder, Jews for Palestinian Right of Return)

                      Avigail Abarbanel, Psychotherapist; editor, Beyond Tribal Loyalties: Personal Stories of Jewish Peace Activists (2012, Cambridge Scholars), Inverness, Scotland

                      Noa Abend, Boycott From Within
                      Stephen Aberle, Independent Jewish Voices; Vancouver, BC
                      Lisa Albrecht, Ph.D. Social Justice Program, University of Minnesota
                      Anya Achtenberg, novelist and poet; teacher; activist; International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Mike Alewitz, Associate Professor, Central CT State Unversity; Artistic Director, Labor Art & Mural Project
                      Zalman Amit, Distinguished Professor Emeritus; Author, Israeli Rejectionism
                      Anthony Arnove, International Socialist Organization
                      Gabriel Ash, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, Switzerland
                      Ted Auerbach, Brooklyn for Peace
                      Anna Baltzer, author and organizer
                      Ronnie Barkan, Co-founder, Boycott from Within, Tel-Aviv
                      Judith Bello, Administrative Committee, United National Antiwar Coalition
                      Lawrence Boxall, Independent Jewish Voices, Canada; Vancouver Ecosocialist Group
                      Linda Benedikt, writer Munich, Germany
                      Nora Barrows-Friedman, journalist; Oakland
                      Prof. Jonathan Beller, Humanities and Media Studies Graduate Program in Media Studies, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn
                      Medea Benjamin, co-founder, CODEPINK
                      Rica Bird, Joint Founder, Merseyside Jews for Peace and Justice
                      Audrey Bomse, Co-chair, National Lawyers Guild Palestine Subcommittee
                      Prof. Daniel Boyarin, Taubman Professor of Talmudic Culture, UC Berkeley
                      Lenni Brenner, Author, Zionism In The Age Of The Dictators
                      Elizabeth Block, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto ON
                      Max Blumenthal, Author, Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel; and Senior Writer for
                      Mary P. Buchwald, Jewish Voice for Peace-New York
                      Monique Buckner, BDS South Africa
                      Maia Brown, Health and Human Rights Project-Seattle & Stop Veolia Seattle
                      Estee Chandler, Jewish Voice for Peace, Los Angeles
                      Rick Chertoff, L..A. Jews for Peace
                      Prof. Marjorie Cohn, Thomas Jefferson School of Law; past president, National Lawyers Guild
                      Ally Cohen, Ramallah, Palestine; International Solidarity Movement media coordinator
                      Ruben Rosenberg Colorni, Youth for Palestine, Netherlands
                      Mike Cushman, Convenor, Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods (UK)
                      Margaretta D'arcy, Irish actress, writer, playwright, and peace-activist
                      Natalie Zemon Davis, Historian
                      Warren Davis, labor and political activist, Philadelphia, PA
                      Eron Davidson, film maker
                      Judith Deutsch, Independent Jewish Voices Canada; Science for Peace
                      Roger Dittmann, Professor of Physics, Emeritus California State University, Fullerton; President, Scholars and Scientists without Borders Executive Council, World Federation of Scientific Workers
                      Gordon Doctorow, Ed.D., Canada
                      Mark Elf, Jews Sans Frontieres, London, UK
                      Hedy Epstein, Nazi Holocaust survivor and human rights activist; St. Louis, MO
                      Marla Erlien, New York NY
                      Shelley Ettinger, writer/activist, New York, NY
                      Inge Etzbach, Human Rights Activist, Café Palestina NY
                      Richard Falk, Professor of International Law, Emeritus, Princeton University; Former UN Special Rapporteur on Occupied Palestine, 2008-2014
                      Malkah B. Feldman, Jewish Voice for Peace and recent delegate to Palestine with American Jews For A Just Peace
                      Deborah Fink, Co-Founder, Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods UK
                      Joel Finkel, Jewish Voice for Peace-Chicago
                      Sylvia Finzi, JfjfP; Jüdische Stimme für gerechten Frieden in Nahost, EJJP. Germany)
                      Maxine Fookson, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; Jewish Voice for Peace, Portland OR-
                      Richard Forer, Author, Breakthrough: Transforming Fear Into Compassion - A New Perspective on the Israel-Palestine
                      Sid Frankel, Associate Professor, University of Manitoba
                      Prof. Cynthia Franklin, Co-Editor, Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, University of Hawai'i
                      Racheli Gai, Jewish Voice for Peace
                      Herb Gamberg, Independent Jewish Voices, Canada
                      Ruth Gamberg, Independent Jewish Voices, Canada
                      Lee Gargagliano, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Cheryl Gaster, social justice activist and human right lawyer, Toronto ON
                      Alisa Gayle-Deutsch, American/Canadian Musician and Anti-Israeli Apartheid Activist
                      Jack Gegenberg, Professor of Mathematics, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton NB
                      Prof. Terri Ginsberg, film and media scholar, New York
                      David Glick, psychotherapist; Jewish Voice for Peace
                      Sherna Berger Gluck, Emerita Professor, CSULB; Israel Divestment Campaign
                      Neta Golan, Ramallah, Palestine; Jews Against Genocide; Co-founder, International Solidarity Movement.
                      Tsilli Goldenberg, teacher, Jerusalem, Israel
                      Steve Goldfield, Ph.D.
                      Sue Goldstein, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, Canada
                      Marty Goodman, former Executive Board member, Transport Workers Union Local 100; Socialist Action
                      Rabbi Lynn Gottlieb, Freeman Fellow, Fellowship of Reconciliation
                      Hector Grad, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network, Spain
                      Prof. Jesse Greener, University of Laval
                      Cathy Gulkin, Filmmaker, Toronto ON
                      Ira Grupper, Bellarmine University, Louisville, KY
                      Jeff Halper, The Israeli Committee Against House demolitions (ICAHD)
                      Larry Haiven, Independent Jewish Voices Canada, Halifax
                      Evelyn Hecht-Galinski, publisher, Germany
                      Stanley Heller, The Struggle Video News TSVN
                      Shir Hever, Jewish Voice for Just Peace, Germany
                      Deborah Hrbek, media and civil rights lawyer, NLG-NYC
                      Dr. Tikva Honig-Parass, Jews for Palestinian Right of Return
                      Adam Horowitz, Co-Editor, Mondoweiss
                      Gilad Isaacs, Economist, Wits University.
                      Selma James, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Jake Javanshir, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto
                      Riva Joffe, Jews Against Zionism
                      Val Jonas, attorney, Miami Beach
                      Sima Kahn, MD; President of the board, Kadima Reconstructionist Community
                      Yael Kahn, Israeli anti-apartheid activist
                      Michael Kalmanovitz, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (UK)
                      Dan Kaplan, AFT Local 1493
                      Susan Kaplan, J.D. National Lawyers Guild
                      Danny Katch, activist and author
                      Bruce Katz, President, Palestinian and Jewish Unity (PAJU), Montreal, Canada
                      Lynn Kessler, Ph.D., MPH, psychologist/social justice activist
                      Janet Klecker, Sonomans for Justice & Peace for Palestine, Sonoma CA
                      Prof. David Klein, California State University, Northridge; USACBI
                      Emma Klein, Jewish Voice for Peace, Seattle WA
                      Sara Kershnar, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Harry Kopyto, Legal activist Toronto ON
                      Richard Koritz, veteran postal trade unionist and former member of North Carolina Human Relations Commission
                      Yael Korin, PhD., Scientist at UCLA; Campaign to End IsraelI Apartheid, Southern California
                      Dennis Kortheuer, CSULB, Israel Divestment Campaign
                      Steve Kowit, Professor Emeritus, Jewish Voice for Peace
                      Toby Kramer, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Jason Kunin, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      Dr. David Landy, Trinity College, Dublin
                      Jean Léger, Coalition pour la Justice et la Paix en Palestine, membre de la Coalition BDS Québec et de Palestiniens et Juifs Unis
                      Lynda Lemberg, Educators for Peace and Justice, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto ON
                      David Letwin,* activist and teacher, Al-Awda NY
                      Michael Letwin,* former President, Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325; USACBI; Al-Awda NY
                      Les Levidow, Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods (J-BIG), UK
                      Corey Levine, Human Rights Activist, Writer; National Steering Committee, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      Joseph Levine, Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Amherst
                      Lesley Levy, Independent Jewish Voices, Montreal
                      Mich Levy, teacher, Oakland CA
                      Abby Lippman, Professor Emerita; activist; Montreal
                      Brooke Lober, PhD candidate, University of Arizona, Gender and Women's Studies Department
                      Antony Loewenstein, journalist, author and Guardian columnist
                      Jennifer Loewenstein, Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
                      Alex Lubin, Professor of American Studies, University of New Meixco
                      Andrew Lugg, Professor Emeritus, University of Ottawa, Canada
                      David Makofsky, Jewish Voice for Peace, Research Anthropologist
                      Harriet Malinowitz, Professor of English, Long Island University, Brooklyn
                      Mike Marqusee, Author, If I Am Not for Myself: Journey of an Anti-Zionist Jew
                      Miriam Marton, JD
                      Dr. Richard Matthews. independent scholar, London ON
                      Daniel L. Meyers, Former President National Lawyers Guild-NYC
                      Linda Milazzo, Writer/Activist/Educator, Los Angeles
                      Eva Steiner Moseley, Holocaust refugee, Massachusetts Peace Action board member and Palestine/Israel Working Group
                      Dr. Dorothy Naor, retired teacher, Herzliah, Israel
                      Marcy Newman, independent scholar; Author; The Politics of Teaching Palestine to Americans
                      Alex Nissen, Women in Black
                      Dr. Judith Norman, San Antonio, TX
                      Henry Norr, retired journalist, Berkeley CA
                      Michael Novick, Anti-Racist Action-Los Angeles/People Against Racist Terror
                      Prof. Bertell Ollman, NYU
                      Karin Pally, Santa Monica, CA
                      Prof. Ilan Pappé, Israeli historian and socialist activist
                      Karen Platt, Jewish Voice for Peace, Albany CA
                      Dr. Susan Pashkoff, Jews Against Zionism, London UK
                      Miko Peled, writer, activist; Author, The General's Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine
                      Prof. Gabriel Piterberg, UCLA
                      Mitch Podolak, Founder, Winnipeg Folk Festival and Vancouver Folk Music Festival
                      Karen Pomer,* granddaughter of Henri B. van Leeuwen, Dutch anti-Zionist leader and Bergen-Belsen survivor
                      Lenny Potash, Los Angeles CA
                      Fabienne Presentey, Independent Jewish Voices, Montréal
                      Diana Ralph, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      Roland Rance, Jews Against Zionism, London
                      Karen Ranucci, Independent Journalist, Democracy Now!
                      Ana Ratner, Artist, Puppeteer, Activist.
                      Michael Ratner, President Emeritus, Center for Constitutional Rights
                      Prof. Dr. Fanny-Michaela Reisin, Jewish Voice Germany
                      Diana M.A. Relke, Professor Emerita, University of Saskatchewan
                      Prof. Bruce Robbins, Columbia University
                      Stewart M. Robinson, retired Prof of Mathematics
                      Professor Lisa Rofel, University of California, Santa Cruz
                      Mimi Rosenberg, Producer & Host, Building Bridges and Wednesday Edition, WBAI 99.5 FM; Association of Legal Aid Attorneys/UAW Local 2325
                      Lillian Rosengarten, Author, From The Shadows Of Nazi Germany To The Jewish Boat To Gaza
                      Prof. Jonathan Rosenhead, British Committee for the Universities of Palestine (BRICUP)
                      Yehoahua Rosin, Israel
                      Ilana Rossoff, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Martha Roth, Independent Jewish Voices; Vancouver BC
                      Marty Roth, Emeritus professor of English, University of Minnesota
                      Ruben Roth, Assistant Professor, Labour Studies, Laurentian University; Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      Emma Rubin, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Cheryl A. Rubenberg, Middle East Scholar; Editor, Encyclopedia of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict; Author, The Palestinians in Search of a Just Peace
                      Josh Ruebner, Author, Shattered Hopes: Obama's Failure to Broker Israeli-Palestinian Peace
                      Mark Rudd, retired teacher, Albuquerque NM
                      Ben Saifer, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      Evalyn Segal, Rossmoor Senior Community
                      Sylvia Schwarz, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Yossi Schwartz, Internationalist Socialist League; Haifa
                      Carole Seligman, co-editor, Socialist Viewpoint magazine
                      Yom Shamash, Independent Jewish Voices, Vancouver, Canada
                      Tali Shapiro, Boycott from Within; Israel
                      Karen Shenfeld, Poet, Toronto ON
                      Sid Shniad, National Steering Committee, Independent Jewish Voices Canada
                      William Shookhoff, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto ON
                      Melinda Smith, Jewish Voice for Peace, Albuquerque NM
                      Kobi Snitz, Tel Aviv
                      Marsha Steinberg, BDS-LA for Justice in Palestine, Los Angeles
                      Lotta Strandberg, Visiting Scholar, NYU
                      Carol Stone, Independent Jewish Voices, Vancouver BC
                      Miriam (Cherkes-Julkowski) Swenson, Ph.D.
                      Matthew Taylor, author
                      Laura Tillem, Peace and Social Justice Center of South Central Kansas
                      Peter Trainor, Independent Jewish Voices, Toronto
                      Rebecca Tumposky, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
                      Darlene Wallach, Justice for Palestinians, San Jose CA
                      Dr. Abraham Weizfeld, JPLO
                      Bonnie Weinstein, Co-Editor of Socialist Viewpoint magazine; Publisher, Bay Area United Against War Newsletter
                      Sam Weinstein, International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network-Labor; former President, UWUA Local 132
                      Judith Weisman, Independent Jewish Voices; Not in Our Name (NION); Toronto ON
                      Paul Werner, PhD, DSFS Editor, WOID, a journal of visual language
                      Noga Wizansky, Ph.D., artist, instructor, and researcher; Administrator, Institute of European Studies, UC Berkeley
                      Marcy Winograd, public school teacher, former congressional peace candidate
                      Bekah Wolf, UC Hastings College of Law Student; Co-founder, Palestine Solidarity Project
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                        Palestinians gather around the rubble of a building where at least 20 members of the Al Najar extended family were killed by an Israeli strike in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Eyad Baba)

                        Palestinian Mukaram Keferna cries upon her return to what was the family house, destroyed by Israeli strikes in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

                        Palestinians carry belongings as they walk on the rubble of houses destroyed by Israeli strikes in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

                        Palestinian rescue officers remove a body from the rubble of a building where at least 20 members of the Al Najar extended family were killed, including at least 10 children, by an Israeli strike in Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 26, 2014, according to Palestinian health official Ashraf al-Kidra. (AP Photo/Eyad Baba)


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                          A member of the foreign media, left, cries as she embraces her Palestinian news assistant, right, who burst into tears after discovering his family house was destroyed by Israeli strikes in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

                          Palestinians walk past a donkey, still alive, as it lays wounded on a debris-filled road in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

                          Palestinian Manal Keferna, 30, right, cries with her sister-in-law Najwa Keferna upon their return to the family house destroyed by Israeli strikes in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)

                          Palestinians inspect the damage of their destroyed houses during a 12-hour cease-fire in Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood, Saturday, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)

                          Palestinians hug each other after seeing their homes destroyed, during a 12-hour cease-fire in Gaza City's Shijaiyah neighborhood, Saturday, July 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)


                          • #14
                            #London UK 50,000 protesters outside Israel Embassy chanting "International Criminal Court for Israel!"


                            • #15

                              Cristiano Ronaldo The Best

                              Cristiano Ronaldo Rejected Million Dollar TV Commercial Of Pepsi Because He Said ''PEPSI Used To Donate Money To Israel Soldiers'' Even He Refuse To Exchange Jersey With Israel Players Because He Said ''I Don't Exchange My Shirt With Assasins''

                              And Thats Why I Love Him So Fucking Much...


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