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All Gazan Casualties Are Intentional, Not Accidental

By Stephen Lendman on June 06, 2018

Razan al-Najjar, attending wounded Gazans

On June 1, Israeli snipers murdered 21-year-old voluntary Palestinian paramedic Razan al-Najjar in cold blood – threatening no one, shot in the neck and back, an exploding dum dum bullet destroying her heart, killing her instantly. (more…)

Unprecedented Cruelty against Immigrants and their Children

By Bill Hackwell on June 17, 2018

Protest in Los Angeles against separating immigrant families. Photo: Mario Tama

Since Attorney General Jeff Sessions tightened US immigration policy on April 6 by issuing a “zero tolerance” order against those trying to enter the country without papers, (more…)

Korean American Activist on Singapore Summit Response

By C. Kim on June 14, 2018

This is long, but I need to get it off my chest because I am seeing way too many well-meaning folks allowing their opposition to Trump to turn into inadvertent (more…)

The US & Nicaragua: a Case Study in Historical Amnesia & Blindness

By Dan Kovalik on June 15, 2018

Photo: Adam Baker

I was stunned the other day to see an opinion piece by Stephen Kinzer in The Boston Globe in which he was portraying the violent anti-government protests in Nicaragua as some kind of revolutionary insurrection. (more…)

Open Letter to Amnesty International by a Former Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience

By Camilo Mejia on June 13, 2018

Through this letter I express my unequivocal condemnation of Amnesty International with regards to the destabilizing role it has played in Nicaragua, my country of birth. (more…)

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