Centro di Iniziative per la Verità e la Giustizia, settembre 2015

 

Per Simona è diverso, lei ha vissuto gran parte della sua vita in Israele: “Finché sei bambino sei abbastanza protetto: noi siamo sempre i bravi e loro sono sempre i cattivi. [...] Io e mio marito abbiamo scelto di non stare li perché ogni giorno è un grande dolore. [...] Nè avevamo voglia di vedere nostra figlia educata in quel modo da scuole funzionali alla macchina di propaganda. Ogni tanto torniamo a trovare le nostre famiglie, ma non spesso, perché quando andiamo lì ci sentiamo sempre molto male”.

LobeLog, October 6th, 2015

Palestinians living under Israeli military occupation experience daily injustices: mass arrests, arbitrary detentions, military raids, separate and unequal legal systems, road closures, restrictions on travel, and settler attacks. However, only when Israeli Jews are killed does the region make the news in the United States and pundits start talking about “escalating violence” and “rising tensions.”

Prima pagina, 13/09/2015

Mondoweiss, October 5, 2015

The Times of Israel:

The prime minister of Israel is “by design, the leader of the Jewish world,” the director-general of the Prime Minister’s Office said Saturday.

Jews for Justice for Palestianians, August 14th, 2015

Ali Saad Dawabsha and family

A charred and heat-warped photo of 18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsha and his family.
The baby and father have now died; the mother is in intensive care. Photo by Rex Features

 

The Office of The Chief Rabbi
305 Ballards Lane
London N12 8GB34

 

Dear Chief Rabbi,

We welcome your unequivocal denunciation of the murder of Palestinian toddler, Ali Saad Dawabsha. We are sure that your condemnation is shared by the vast majority of British Jews too. Now we learn that Ali’s father has also died from 90% second degree burns.   It takes little imagination to realise what a painful and appalling death that must have been.