Monthly Archives: September 2010

France persecutes BDS

“CAPJPO is asking everybody to host this video in solidarity with their struggle against this spurious accusation of racism, which targets political expression, uses laws against racism to defend war crimes, and is a scandal given the magnitude of the … Continue reading

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Israel is a racist state

I am writing this article following the news report that hundreds of migrant workers (whom Israel invited into the country to build their homes and do menial jobs) and their children, who were born in Israel, are being deported from … Continue reading

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George Galloway is my hero!

George Galloway is, in my opinion, the only brave British Politician who is unafraid to speak the truth and to speak out against injustices occuring in the world. Currently he is one of the founders and member of left wing Respect Party. Watch his … Continue reading

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Pope Joan by Donna Woolfolk Cross

Intelligent, young Joan rebels against medieval social structures that forbid women to learn. When her brother is brutally killed during a viking attack, Joan takes up his cloak and identity and enters a monastry, where her intelligence, wisdom, compassion and healing powers become well- known. … Continue reading

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The Woman Beautiful or, The Art of Beauty Culture

The Woman Beautiful or, The Art of Beauty Culture by Helen Follett Stevans, is an funny, insightful little book. I’m so glad I found a tattered copy in a book shop, at Elephant Castle! The book is a beauty guide for women but it … Continue reading

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Books That Will Change Your Life….

Books I think made a difference to my life and if you read them; will likely made a difference to yours: Frankenstien by Mary Shelley Regeneration by Pat Barker Atonement by Ian Mcewan Therese Raquin by Emile Zola Hunger by Knut … Continue reading

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Lemon Tree Film Review

I recently watched a moving film about the Israel- Palestinian conflict. This movie is very rare find as there are not many movies on this sensitive issue. The movie is about the legal efforts of a Palestinian widow (Salma) to stop … Continue reading

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