LISTS OF BOYCOTT ITEMS. PLEASE Repost and share the more people who see and know about all of these the better it can impact the boycott against these a-holes. How sad that we buy so much of this crap and we didn’t even know where the $ was going :( tricky bastards have so many subdivisions with different names its hard to keep up with all of them but inn shaa ALLAH this helps :( Thanks to @ArtOfPalestine <— on tumblr <3 JazakAllah khaiyr for posting.
What is going on over here?! Is this even possible anymore?! Joan Rivers can publicly say that she wants a race of human beings wiped out, while Penelope Cruz gets blacklisted for rightfully calling in genocide!!
1. A Palestinian youth holds a window frame as he inspects a destroyed building in the Al-Shejaea neighborhood of Gaza City on August 5, 2014. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)
2. Mahmoud al-Ghol lies in bed, recovering, at the European Hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, on August 5, 2014. (Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)
3. Displaced Palestinian Yasmine Omar Al Attar, 10, sits in a U.N. school where her family had sought refuge during the war in Gaza City, on August 6, 2014. The family from the town of Beit Lahiya in the northern Gaza Strip said they are scared to move back to their house as they consider the cease-fire still fragile. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
4. A Palestinian boy plays inside a shrapnel-riddled car in Gaza City’s al-Shejaea neighborhood on August 6, 2014. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)
5. A member of the Shabat family inspects the damage upon returning to the family house, destroyed by Israeli strikes in the town of Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza Strip, on August 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
6. A Palestinian boy stands next to the remains of a mosque in Khuzaa town, which witnesses said was heavily hit by Israeli shelling and air strikes during Israeli offensive, in the east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, on August 6, 2014. With its spacious villas and palm-lined streets, the town of Khuzaa in southern Gaza gave Palestinians a rare place to spend their free time before it was bombed and shelled to rubble last month. Around 500 meters from the Israeli border, Khuzaa is now only accessible via cratered roads strewn with debris. Nearly all of its homes have been flattened and its nine mosques lie in pieces. (Reuters/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)
7. Palestinians inspect the damage at Nada Towers, in a residential neighborhood in the town of Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip, on August 5, 2014, the damaged minaret of the Al-Azba mosque in the background. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis)
8. A drawing on the wall in the house of the Abu Louli family, who say it was left by Israeli soldiers, in Rafah’s district of Shawkah in the southern Gaza Strip, on August 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
9. Asmahan Abu Al-Rous sits next to her destroyed house in Rafah’s district of Shawkah in the southern Gaza Strip on August 5, 2014. The attack at the Shawkah district east of the Gaza town of Rafah drew what was by far the heaviest shelling by the Israeli military in the Gaza war, killing nearly 100 people that day alone and instantly unraveling a three-day ceasefire shortly after it came into force. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
10. A Palestinian boy writes on a shrapnel-riddled blackboard at the heavily damaged Sobhi Abu Karsh school in Gaza City’s al-Shejaea neighborhood on August 5, 2014, after a 72-hour humanitarian truce went into effect. (Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images)
New York Stands with Rasmea Odeh: ‘Supporting Palestine is not a crime! Hands off Rasmea!’ Picket at the Department of Homeland Security, October 20, 2014.
Photos by redguard
On October 22, 2013, the Department of Homeland Security arrested Palestinian-American feminist, activist, educator and community leader, Rasmea Odeh in her home for alleged immigration fraud as part of an ongoing witch-hunt that targets Arabs and Muslims who criticize U.S. and Israeli policy and labels them “terrorists.” Rasmea is facing trial on November 4, 2014
On October 21, 2014 the Federal Court in Detroit will determine the admissibility of “Israeli evidence” — evidence obtained under torture decades ago inside the prisons of the illegal, colonial, occupying Zionist power.This is not the first time that U.S. Federal prosecutors have used such evidence against Palestinian Americans.
Tuesday, Oct. 21 from 9am-5pm Eastern Time: Call the prosecutors and tell them, ‘Drop the charges now!’
(1) Call Jonathan Tukel in Detroit at 313-226-9100 Chief of National Security Unit, U.S. Attorney’s office, Eastern District of Michigan
(2) Call Barbara McQuade at 313-226-9501 U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan
When you call say, “Hello, my name is ________, and I am calling from _________ to demand that U.S. Attorney McQuade drop the charges against Rasmea Odeh.” (First name pronounced Russ-MEE-yuh)
Make the calls! ——————————————-
If you can be in Detroit on Oct. 21, join us at the Court Hearing for Rasmea Odeh Oct. 21 - 10am - Picket line outside the court building 231 W Lafayette Boulevard, in Detroit (Google map: http://goo.gl/IUwYdq)
An enormous Palestinian flag was unfurled from the south side of the Manhattan Bridge earlier this evening as protesters marched across the nearby Brooklyn Bridge to protest Israeli attacks in Gaza. The flag, which bore writing that read “Boycott, Divest, Sanction,” hung from the bridge for at least 30 minutes before it was removed.
The march began in Brooklyn at Cadmen Plaza and was bound for NYPD headquarters, where, organizers say, a demonstration would draw “attention to the unequivocal support of Israel by NYC’s political elite, despite overwhelming condemnation from the international community… connecting Palestinian resistance to Israeli aggression to recent struggles in the U.S. against highly militarized police departments. Many of these same police departments have trained and shared ‘tactics’ with the Israeli government, including the New York City and St. Louis, Missouri Police Departments, most recently on display in Ferguson, Missouri.”
I know there a lot of people out there, who wish they could do even a tiny thing to help Palestinians. Right now the only thing you can do is boycott Israel. It will make a difference! Let’s do it together!