Why is the American (and Canadian) media so biased in the coverage of the Israeli – Palestine conflict?
Academic Palestinian Figures:
- Edward Said, professor of comparative literature, intellectual, and Palestinian Nationalist
- Sami Hadawi, land specialist and researcher
- Ibrahim Abu Lughod, sociologist
- Lila Abu Lughod, professor, anthropology, women and gender studies
- Salman Abu Sitta, Palestinian researcher
- Imad-ad-Dean Ahmad, academic
- Naseer Aruri, academic
- Hanna Batatu, historian
- Samih Farsoun, sociologist
- Ismail al-Faruqi, philosopher and comparative religions professor
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
The “Brave” Israeli forces shoot unarmed girls in Gaza’s buffer zone
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.
Occupation 101: A thought-provoking and powerful documentary film on the current and historical root causes of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and U.S. political involvement.