The concluding portion of the wrongful death civil suit brought against the Israeli Defense Forces and the Israeli Defense Ministry, by the family of Rachel Corrie, begins this Thursday, in Haifa. Sessions are scheduled for October 7th, 17th, 18th and 21st. The family of the young American activist, killed in March 2003, hopes for justice. So far, the trial has revealed neglect, ineptitude and probable criminal activity of IDF members, both in Corrie’s death, and in its coverup.
|By: EdwardTeller Monday October 4, 2010 8:30 am|
|By: EdwardTeller Saturday September 18, 2010 12:49 am|
American Author, journalist, blogger and videographer, Max Blumenthal, partnering with Joseph Dana, has posted a new video, Feeling the loyalty to the Jewish State. Like many of Max’s earlier interviews with young North American kids in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem, the responses he gets tend to be surprising, even shoc
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday September 9, 2010 8:23 am|
Sometimes, reading an article about war, I want to puke. After recovering from Max Blumenthal’s latest bombshell from Haifa, that was my first impulse. Eventually, though, I merely cried:
[Dr. Yehuda Hiss] also conceded to taking “samples” from Corrie’s body for “histological testing” without informing her family. Just which parts of Corrie’s body Hiss took remains unclear; despite Hiss’s claim that he “buried” the samples, her family has not confirmed the whereabouts of her missing body parts.
|By: EdwardTeller Tuesday September 7, 2010 10:49 am|
Anyone reading through the transcripts and findings or articles about the first phase of this suit and what is emerging now, who then continues to believe the U.S. government should allow the Israeli Defense Forces and Defense Ministry to be the ones conducting the investigation into the death of American citizen Furkan Dogan – which is exactly what your congress and senate have demanded your president actually do – is abdicating a serious responsibility we hold toward our injured or killed citizens to an unfair, inadequate process.
|By: truthexcavator Wednesday September 1, 2010 4:16 pm|
Excerpts from Max Blumenthal’s article about Jewish fundamentalist rabbis.
|By: EdwardTeller Monday August 2, 2010 11:04 am|
Back in 2006, when both Jimmy Carter’s Palestine: Peace not Apartheid and Walt & Mearsheimer’s The Israel Lobby were published, ADL head Abe Foxman led the charge to have Carter excluded – as far as might be possible – from the public discourse. It was a craven attack. Since then, events have more and more proven Carter right, Foxman wrong. Carter never had to make excuses. Perhaps a statement by Foxman last week on a related issue, over which Foxam begs to be excused, is the closest he will come to apologizing to Carter:
Survivors of the Holocaust are entitled to feelings that are irrational. Their anguish entitles them to positions that others would categorize as irrational or bigoted.
|By: EdwardTeller Thursday June 10, 2010 12:16 pm|
The aptly named Uzi Dayan, the former Deputy Chief-of-Staff of the IDF, in response to the possibility of the Turkish Prime Minister accompanying a June Gaza relief flotilla :
“If the Turkish prime minister joins such a flotilla, we should make clear beforehand this would be an act of war, and we would not try to take over the ship he was on, but would sink it.”
|By: EdwardTeller Monday February 22, 2010 4:32 pm|
Max Blumenthal, author of Republican Gomorrah, dropped by CPAC last week, for his fourth or fifth year. They’re on to him now, though, and he was pretty much surrounded by aspiring young Republican videographers, their followers, and – eventually – racist Andrew Breitbart. Breitbart kept on asking Max to detail his accusation toward Breitbart, but every time Max tried to get an intelligent discussion going, Breitbart derailed it with epithets.
|By: TheCallUp Monday December 28, 2009 9:01 am|
In memory of the one year anniversary of Operation Cast Lead, Max Blumenthal re-released this video on his blog.
|By: Neil Wednesday October 7, 2009 2:20 am|
Max Blumenthal: conservatism not dead, zombies – The Nation video