Ken O’Keefe’s video (with my added opening voiceover) pays tribute to the revolutionaries of Tunisia, Egypt, along with the global revolutionaries yet to be identified. “Governments should fear their people!” –Anthony Lawson Tunisia Egypt Global Revolution Tribute – a video by Ken O’Keefe http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cyvi5xACPns&feature=player_embedded
Xenophobic Dynamic Duo Defeat Freedom — by Franklin Lamb
Hanan is the Islamophobic Lebanese woman, Hanan Qahwaji who as a child lived in the South Lebanon village of Maryoun overlooking the Lebanon-Palestine border during three years of the on again off again Lebanese Civil War.
The number of Israelis thinking of leaving Palestine is climbing rapidly according to researchers, while many more, with actual millennial roots but victims of ethnic cleansing, prepare to exercise their right of Return.
by Franklin Lamb
U.N. Security Council Resolution 242 of Nov. 22, 1967, concluded the war of that year and has been widely acknowledged by all parties to be the basis for a peace agreement.
It was not a new U.S. policy concerning the borders of Israel, nor should it have been surprising to Israeli leaders. by James Carter
After 44 years of occupation, every day is Nakba Day for Palestinians, what political posturing won’t change, especially because Washington and Israel won’t tolerate it by Stephen Lendman / My Catbird Seat Perhaps one way to view Obama’s speech is saying you can please all the people some of the time, some of them [...]
Their explanation for the daily series of macabre pictures on Syrian state TV lacks conviction. By Robert Fisk April 27, 2011 “Independent” — -Every night, Syrian state television is a horror show. Naked corpses with multiple bullet wounds, backs of heads sliced off. All Syrian soldiers, it insists, murdered by “the treacherous armed criminal gangs” [...]
The 19th Century Zionist colonial enterprise was grafted onto Palestine under a series of truly bizarre coincidences that could never be sustained Interview by Kourosh Ziabari Dr. Franklin Lamb is Director of the Americans Concerned for Middle East Peace, Beirut-Washington DC, Board Member of The Sabra Shatila Foundation, and a volunteer with the Palestine Civil [...]
Exclusive to Veterans Today Interview with Franklin Lamb in Beirut on the latest Wilkileaks from US Embassy Beirut and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) Franklin Lamb, a former Assistant Counsel of the US House Judiciary Committee at the US Congress and Professor of International Law at Northwestern College of Law in Oregon, earned his [...]