[A-List] Antiwar Activism in Israel, Unseen on TV
critical.montages at gmail.com
Fri Jan 2 17:15:59 MST 2009
Those who have Web access have many opportunities to find voices of
opposition against the Gaza massacre, coming from many different
There have been a lot of protests, too. I collected some protest
videos from some countries, including the US, at MRZine.
I went to a local protest today (about 100 turned up). The third
local protest. This time, unlike the previous two, one TV cameraman
showed up. I hope it got onto TV news, even a little bit. Lots of
people watch only TV and don't have regular Web access.
On Fri, Jan 2, 2009 at 7:10 PM, Leighm
<the.buffalo.in.the.midst at gmail.com> wrote:
> A lot of things 'unseen' right now including what the people who assist the
> reporters stuck outside Gaza have to do to get the truth out:
> "...saw the blog.
> how about a shout out to the print people who have killed this story, with
> the essential help of our friends stuck inside. my gaza fixer is a 23 year
> old girl in a hijab, with a new born and she's running and gunning like a
> special operator. and half the time for naught or too late because she can't
> get comms to file to me. yet she still wakes up everyday to try. i'm naming
> my first kid after her. hope it's a girl or my boy 'ameera' will be in a lot
> of fights. and even if he wins them, he won't be as tough as his godmother."
> (This quote is riding the header of my blog right now.)
> Yoshie Furuhashi wrote:
>> Unfortunately, the video with English subtitles loads a little slowly,
>> but it's worth watching and passing it onto others. -- Yoshie
>> Antiwar Activism in Israel, Unseen on TV
>> by Rela Mazali
>> Absent from Israeli and most other TV networks are the ongoing
>> activism and protest inside Israel against Israel's siege and, now,
>> war on Gaza. Immediately below is a video report on two of many such
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