UNESCO votes Palestine in, The U.S. punishes UNESCO

UNESCO voted Monday to admit Palestine into the organization as its newest member, and the United States promptly responded by cutting off funding for the agency.

So, it goes like this, The U.S. government and it’s criminal Israeli counterpart keep boasting about their desire to resume their so called version of peace with the Palestinians. But, only on their own term and without anyone else interference or opinion.

So, anytime anyone shows any sort of support for the Palestinian people, the U.S and Israel immediately jump on their case by threatening them with all sorts of  political and economic sanctions.

Basically, it’s the old policy of Israel dictating its terms to the U.S, which in turn shoves those terms down the throats of the rest of the world using all means of sanctions & veto power to ensure that the Palestinians have no chance in hell to have a fair or just resolution against the blatant Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands and constant provocation, humiliation, imprisonment, deportation, home demolishing of any Palestinian who dares object Israel’s apartheid policies in the name of securing their rogue Jewish state in place of Palestine.

Long Live Palestine…


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Israeli Blatant Lie: Palestine is a land without people

Palestine Pre-1947

The old lie that Palestine was dry desert waiting for a people is just that –a lie. This clip is for all people to see the beauty of Palestine and  the Palestinian People before they were ethnically cleansed and murdered and made into refugees by the criminal State of Israel.

Sample Israeli settlers' opinion

Residents of the Ofra settlement are overjoyed that the Israeli prime minister has backed the so-called natural growth of the settlements, insisting it is impossible to stop, and that they have the right to expand their settlements on occupied Palestinian lands.



I Will Be Free!

The sky is free. Except over my head. The land I own, held hostage, raped, plundered for all her goods. The trees of my heritage, like the tree of my family, cut off, limb by limb. And the water, that precious dew which slaked my thirst, redirected to quench mouths, irrigate crops,while I watch from a distance in forced silence.


Paris honors Bouazizi

Bertrand Delanoë, Pascal Cherki, mayor of the 14th, and Mokhtar Trifi, president of the Tunisian League for Human Rights, will open Thursday, June 30 the “Place Mohamed Bouazizi, 1984-2011, a tribute to the Tunisian people and its Revolution January 2011 “and to honor the memory of the young man.


The square, located in the 14th arrondissement near the Parc Montsouris, will be named to symbolize the courage of thousands of Tunisians who rallied for democracy, justice and freedom.
The inauguration will be attended by the family of Mr. Bouazizi as well as numerous partners and associations from the revolution and people close to Tunisia.
Following the opening speech of Mr.. Delanoë, and Cherki Trifi, the Tunisian singer Abir Nasraoui, will perform “Horriya” song about freedom written by the artist after the revolution of Tunisia.


Recall that the decision to appoint the place in Paris was voted unanimously by the Council of Paris in February 2011.




Text Source: http://www.tunisieactualite.com/en/newspapers/6247-Inauguration%20de%20la%20/

Media bias on Israeli – Palestine conflict exposed

Why is the American (and Canadian) media so biased in the coverage of the Israeli – Palestine conflict?

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Honoring Mohamed Bouazizi – Icon of Arab Spring

The Tunisian government issued postage stamp honoring  Mohamed Bouazizi.

The stamp showing Bouazizi’s picture reads: “Revolution of Dignity” & “The Martyr Mohamed Bouazizi”

Rest in Peace Bouazizi, our hero

Mohamed Bouazizi Honored with postage stamps

Irish Noble Peace Prize recipient shot by Israeli Army in Palestine

Footage showing Irish Noble Peace Prize recipient, Mairead Maguire getting shot by Israeli army who opened fire at peaceful demonstrators in the West Bank village of Bilin on April 20, 2007, following the international conference on popular resistance (April 18-20, 2007). Maguire was shot by a rubber-coated-metal bullet in the leg. Maguire speaks after she received first aid.
Footage by: Ana Nogueira