Letter to Barack Hussein Obama by Tun Dr M

 

Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad: Letter to Barack Hussein Obama

 

Global Research Feature Article

Open Letter to Barack Hussein Obama, President-elect of the United States of America

by Dr. Mahathir Mohamad and Former Prime Minister of Malaysia 
Global Research, January 2, 2009January 1, 2009

Dear Mr. President,

I did not vote for you in the Presidential Election because I am Malaysian.

I welcome your promise for change. Certainly your country, the United States of America needs a lot of changes.

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An Open Letter from Anti-Zionist Jewish Youth in Canada

An Open Letter from Anti-Zionist Jewish Youth in Canada

 

Like much of the world, we have spent the last week watching in shock and disgust as Israel continues its assault on the Gaza Strip.  With the body count rising and a new tragedy in full bloom, we feel that it is important to speak out as Jewish youth in Canada and to denounce what Israel is doing in our name. 

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Photo: Action at Israeli Consulate

     Photo: Action at Israeli Consulate 

 

 

 

    Photo: Activists at Israeli Consulate in Montreal.

 

Photos documenting the Montreal protest outside the Israeli Consulate in Montreal protesting the current siege on the Gaza Strip. Effectively shutting down daily operations at the Israeli Consulate this morning activists severed an eviction notice and successfully shut-down the daily operations at the Consulate.

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Jewish women freed after anti- Gaza invasion protest at Israeli consulate

Jewish women freed after anti- Gaza invasion protest at Israeli consulate

 

Judy Rebick, left, and an unidentified woman are released by police behind the Israeli Consulate in Toronto, Jan. 7, 2009. Rebick and several other women occupied the consulate in protest against the on-going Israeli assault on Gaza.

Judy Rebick, left, and an unidentified woman are released by police behind the Israeli Consulate in Toronto, Jan. 7, 2009. Rebick and several other women occupied the consulate in protest against the on-going Israeli assault on Gaza.

Eight Jewish Canadian women who were arrested while holding a protest inside the Israeli consulate have been released.

 

 

The RCMP arrested and handcuffed the women, who were staging a sit-in protest against the ongoing Israeli assault on Gaza inside the consulate at 180 Bloor St. W. The women were held briefly inside a paddy wagon, but were not charged and were released.

Included in the group were Israeli peace activists, filmmakers, the president of Science for Peace and a variety of students. Continue reading

Jews Against the Occupation – Sydney, Statement on Israeli Military Attack on Gaza

Jews Against the Occupation – Sydney, Statement on Israeli Military Attack on Gaza

 

Jews Against the Occupation – Sydney is appalled and horrified at the events in Gaza following the Israeli military attack. Coupled with the economic and political siege against the population of Gaza, the attack is collective punishment and must be identified for what it is: an international war crime.

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Jews Against the Occupation

Jews Against the Occupation

Jews Against the Occupation is an organization of progressive, secular and religious Jews of all ages throughout the New York City area advocating peace through justice for Palestine and Israel.  Our points of unity are as follows:

 

 NO OCCUPATION IN OUR NAME

We as American Jews reject the Israeli government assertion that it is “necessary” to subjugate Palestinians for the sake of keeping Jews safe. We assert that security can only come from mutual respect, and that the occupation of Palestine is only worsening the position of Jews in the Middle East and around the world.

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MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE WAR in Tel-Aviv

MASSIVE DEMONSTRATION AGAINST THE WAR  

in Tel-Aviv

 

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At the same time as Ehud Barak was ordering the army to start the bloody ground offensive against Gaza, some ten thousand protesters from all over Israel marched in Tel-Aviv in a massive demonstration against the war. All four lanes of Ibn Gvirol St., one of the city’s main throughfares, were packed full of demonstrators who marched the two kilometres from the Rabin Square to the Cinemateque, chanting and waving banners all the way.

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