Returning to the ancestral void

"Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it."
Rumi

How Zionist Extremists Helped Create Britain’s Surveillance State

Did you know that the first car bombs were a zionist terrorist creation?

Today, April 17th is PALESTINIAN PRISONER DAY, and will also mark the beginning of a Hunger Strike by 1,600 Palestinians who are currently been held in horrific conditions in Israeli prisons.
1600 أسير فلسطيني يشرعون في إضراب مفتوح عن الطعام
Palestinian prisoners in mass hunger strike

theneighbourhoodsuperhero:

“My beloved, my beloved. All of my kids died, all of my kids died.

A Palestinian man who lost his family during the Gaza Massacre by Israel clutches at strangers in the hospital, seeking comfort in their arms as he wails at the thought of his newly dead children. The shirt he is wearing carries the stains of their blood. (From Tears of Gaza).

(via syrianlady)

ohnehass:

A checkpoint along the Palestine separation wall.

ohnehass:

A checkpoint along the Palestine separation wall.

(Source: scandinaviana, via auzubillah)

Yes, zionists are fascists. Don’t believe their lies.

Deir Yassin Massacre - Documentary ذكرى مجزرة دير ياسين 

Al Jazeera’s Cal Perry reports from Qalandiya on Land Day

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OK, so the footage can speak for itself. But I have a few things to debunk, as usual…

This report is wrought with inaccuracies. Cal Perry, do your research and talk to actual Palestinians if you are to maintain objectivity and accuracy in your reporting. First of all, East Jerusalem is outside the ‘green line’ and is part of the 1967-occupied West Bank. It was illegally annexed by Israel in 1981, together with the Syrian Golan Hts. Quit implying that t is a separate entity. Secondly, 5,500 (not 5,000) acres of Palestinian-owned land was confiscated from Palestinian Arab villages in the Galilee, NOT the West Bank. The Israeli authorities declared that land a closed military zone, and followed that by curfews on surrounding Palestinian villages. Thirdly, it wasn’t Arab leaders who called for demonstrations on Land day; rather, it is grassroots activists who created and organized the Global march to Jerusalem. You are not standing in “Israel proper”. You are standing on segregated and occupied WB land!

And the anchor asked about Marwan Barghouti, not Mustapha Barghouti! Please be more informed, unless you only want to skim the surface and only tell the viewers about the Israeli point of view.

Also, Israel does not use water cannons. It uses ‘skunk sewage water’ cannons, which leave one stinking for up to a week. They also use the so called LARD screamers, which emit sonic bursts that cause extreme discomfort/pain. 

Edit: I mistakenly called it LARD. It is LRAD (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Range_Acoustic_Device)

Emma Thompson among group of prominent British actors calling on Globe theatre to withdraw invite to Israeli National Theatre

All respect to you, guys!

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Habima, however, accepted the invitation with alacrity, and promised the Israeli minister of culture that it would “deal with any problems hindering such performances”. By inviting Habima, Shakespeare’s Globe is undermining the conscientious Israeli actors and playwrights who have refused to break international law.

The Globe says it wants to “include” the Hebrew language in its festival – we have no problem with that. “Inclusiveness” is a core value of arts policy in Britain, and we support it. But by inviting Habima, the Globe is associating itself with policies of exclusion practised by the Israeli state and endorsed by its national theatre company. We ask the Globe to withdraw the invitation so that the festival is not complicit with human rights violations and the illegal colonisation of occupied land.

David Aukin producer
Poppy Burton-Morgan artistic director, Metta Theatre
Leo Butler playwright
Niall Buggy actor
David Calder actor
Jonathan Chadwick director
Caryl Churchill playwright
Michael Darlow writer, director
John Graham Davies actor, writer
Trevor Griffiths playwright
Annie Firbank actor
Paul Freeman actor
Matyelok Gibbs actor
Tony Graham director
Janet Henfrey actor
James Ivens artistic director, Flood Theatre
Andrew Jarvis actor, director, teacher
Neville Jason actor
Ursula Jones actor
Professor Adah Kay academic, playwright
Mike Leigh film-maker, dramatist
Sonja Linden playwright, iceandfire theatre
Roger Lloyd Pack actor
Cherie Lunghi actor
Miriam Margolyes actor
Kika Markham actor
Jonathan Miller director, author and broadcaster
Frances Rifkin director
Mark Rylance actor
Alexei Sayle comedian, writer
Farhana Sheikh writer
Emma Thompson actor, screenwriter
Andy de la Tour actor, director
Harriet Walter actor
Hilary Westlake director
Richard Wilson actor, director
Susan Wooldridge actor, writer