As Israel braces for border clashes, Palestinian militants call for nonviolent protests
As Israel’s army geared up for a return to brutal clashes along the Gaza border on Friday, Palestinian militants called on its people to demonstrate peacefully as a return to violence threatened to plunge the region into an all-out war.
Date: October 11, 2018
Stepping up attacks on defense minister, Jewish Home leader says Israel must destroy homes of terrorists, not just prepare them for demolition
Hi Norman, I had a long night yesterday. I was at the election night watch party hosted by the Working Families Party with Cynthia, Jumanne & Zephyr. Here are just some takeaways. Writing this in bullet points because my brain is still fried and exhausted.
Barking Yenta Dame Margaret (Hodge) Tells Packed News Conference: “I Obey My … Uh … I mean… Israel’s Leader: I’m leaving for the Philippines.” Guardian (5 September 2018) At a packed news conference, Barking Yenta Margaret Hodge praised Prime Minister Netanyahu’s embrace of Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte. She then shocked reporters: “I’m auto-deporting to the Philippines.”
Norman Finkelstein offers free rouge, eyeliner and pack of bridge cards to the first ten Anglo-Jewish yentas at the airport:
Almost 1.3 million students in besieged Gaza Strip and occupied West Bank start their new school year today.
Finkelstein comments: The attacks on Jeremy Corbyn are increasingly desperate and shrill:
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(1) I doubt Israel will admit them: The both of them are just too damn ugly. Law of Return or No Law of Return, Israel has its bottom line!
(2) I hope Netanyahu remembered to pay them in shekels not pounds.
Labour Jews, Speak Up! A Call for Testimonies
The misnamed Campaign Against Antisemitism (CAA) has stated that its goal is the eviction of Jeremy Corbyn from public life.
Interview de Norman Finkelstein par The Real News, le 11 mai 2018.
Norman Finkelstein affirme que les forces israéliennes ont mené une agression meurtrière contre des manifestants non-violents de la Grande Marche du Retour de Gaza parce que la protestation non-violente menace non pas Israël, mais son occupation.
Selon le droit international, tout type de recours à la force à Gaza est interdit à Israël, quelles que soient les circonstances. Par Norman Finkelstein & Jamie Stern-Weiner