Monthly Archives: July 2010

SUPERPOWER: The Truth Can Be Hidden [Video]

SUPERPOWER: The Truth Can Be Hidden

"The only thing new in the world is the history you don't know."   -Harry S. Truman

a documentary film by Barbara-Anne Steegmuller

SUPERPOWER is a comprehensive film that asks tough questions and goes behind the scenes of America’s national security apparatus and military actions. Far from a conspiracy film about the dangers of government secrets and regime change, this well-balanced film straddles the philosophical divide and allows viewers to understand the US quest for global dominance through economic and military strategy that is exposed through review of historical events, personal interviews, and analysis of US foreign policy.

Featuring interviews with Michel Chossudovsky, Bill Blum, Chalmers Johnson and Noam Chomsky and many others.

Award Winning Movie "SUPERPOWER" -Trailer

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Posted by on July 29, 2010 in Uncategorized


Israel Demolishes 3 Palestinian Homes in Issawiya, Jerusalem

Published July 13, 2010 on Palestine Video

Issawiya Home Demolition:

aicvideo | July 13, 2010

Israel continued its assault on Palestinians in East Jerusalem as it demolished three homes in Issawiya Tuesday morning (13/07).

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Israel destroys Palestinian homes:

"AlJazeeraEnglish | July 13, 2010

Israeli authorities have demolished at least seven homes in different Palestinian neighborhoods of East Jerusalem.

The homes are the first to be torn down since October 2009 and have provoked strong criticism from the Palestinians who say it proves Israel is not committed to peace.

Al Jazeera's Sherine Tadros reports.

July 13, 2010

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Posted by on July 14, 2010 in Uncategorized


Beit Ommar Demonstration Against Colonization 07/10/10

Two videos

1 Arrested, 3 Injured in Beit Ommar International Court of Justice Demonstration
Source: Palestine Solidarity Project

On Saturday, July 10, approximately 50 Palestinian, international and Israeli activists marched towards the fence of the Karmei Tsur settlement for their weekly demonstration against the illegal settlements and the continued confiscation of Palestinian land through settlement expansion and the Annexation Barrier. This week, the participants planned to hold their own session of the International Court of Justice, in honor of the 6 year anniversary of the ICJ court decision that declared the Annexation Wall illegal. The group approached the settlement and began reading statements as witnesses and the prosecution, condemning the confiscation of land, demanding reparations for land and lives lost, as well as injuries to internationals during peaceful protest, and an end to the construction of illegal structures of the Occupation. Almost immediately, however, the Israeli soldiers present, who were waiting for the group outside the fence, announced that the area was a closed military zone and the demonstration had two minutes to disperse. Local residents insisted on their right to remain on their privately-owned land undisturbed. When one Israeli activist attempted to argue with the soldiers, he was arrested. He was then blindfolded and held in a jeep on location before being taken to Kiryat Arba settlement and police station; he was released later in the day.

The military then violently attacked the crowd, pushing them back towards the Palestinian homes of Beit Ommar and throwing sound grenades and tear gas canisters. Sound grenades were thrown deliberately so that they would explode very close to participants, resulting in the head injuries of a twelve year-old boy and a journalist as well as another teenage boy. An ambulance and medic team treated all three on the spot.

Beit Ommar Demonstration 07/10/10:

"PalestineSolidarity | July 10, 2010

A demonstration at the Karmei Tsur settlement in which locals from Beit Ommar attempted to hold enact a hearing of the International Court of Justice. Participants, playing the part of prosecution and witnesses, read statements condemning Israeli settlements, the Annexation Barrier, and other elements of the Israeli Occupation. One participant was then arrested before the group was attacked with sound grenades and tear gas.

Demonstration against settlement in the… – no comment:

"nocommenttv | July 11, 2010

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Posted by on July 14, 2010 in Uncategorized