Category Archives: Justice

French court strikes down Georges Abdallah’s release

A file picture taken on 3 July 1986 shows former Lebanese militiaman George Ibrahim Abdallah and famous French lawyer Jacques Verges (in foreground) during his trial for being an accomplice in the murder of two diplomats including Charles Ray of … Continue reading

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Hezbollah Calls for Widest Campaign of Solidarity with Struggler George Abdallah

Local Editor  Hezbollah criticized Monday the French authorities’ repeated tardiness in releasing Lebanese struggler George Ibrahim Abdallah, and considered it a result of “the American Administration’s blackmail campaign in this case”. In a statement it issued, Hezbollah Media Relations indicated … Continue reading

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Lebanese egg French embassy for delaying prisoner’s release

Georges Ibrahim Abdallah was expected to arrive back in Lebanon Monday following a 28-year incarceration in French prison, but the interior minister refused to sign his release order. (Photo: Reuters – Robert Pratta) Published Monday, January 14, 2013   Updated … Continue reading

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Haifa Court: Zionist Army Not at Fault for Corrie’s Death

Local Editor Haifa court has ruled that the Zionist authorities were not at fault for the death of US activist Rachel Corrie, who was killed in the Gaza Strip by a Zionist army bulldozer in 2003. Corrie’s family had brought … Continue reading

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The Proper Procedure for Killing Unarmed Civilians

by Barb Weir Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 An Israeli military spokesperson announced Sunday that an Israeli soldier referenced only as Staff Sergeant “S” would serve 45 days in prison for killing Ria Abu Hajaj and her daughter Majda during the … Continue reading

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Verdict in Corrie Case Expected Aug. 28—Family Issues Call to Action

A verdict is expected August 28 in the seven-year-old civil suit brought against Israel for the killing of Rachel Corrie. In connection with that, the Corrie family has issued a call to action that includes, among other things, printing out … Continue reading

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Justice for All: Alexander Cockburn, Palestine, and U.S. media

by Alison Weir Saturday, August 11th, 2012 Longtime journalist Alexander Cockburn passed away on July 21st, an enormous loss. Cockburn was a brilliant, witty, and courageous opponent of falsehoods and injustice. He stood on the side of the oppressed, the … Continue reading

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Israeli sniper gets 45 days for killing Palestinian women

Published Sunday, August 12, 2012 An Israeli soldier faces just a 45-day jail term for the murder of two Gaza civilians carrying a white flag, after the military courts agreed a plea bargain on Sunday, the army and local media … Continue reading

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Blind to Injustice

by Dr. Paul J Balles Saturday, June 16th, 2012     Much of the public seems blind to the truth of major events and issues that have long needed to be addressed openly. The injustice of the occupation suffered by the Palestinians … Continue reading

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My Name is Palestine: 64 Years Later, Time for Justice!

Posted on 15/05/2012by reham alhelsi My name is Falasteen, Source: google images  I am the land from the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan River. I am the home and only home to my children the Palestinians. Poets celebrate my … Continue reading

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