January 2012

Call from within for the Global March to Jerusalem (GMJ)
Palestinian National and Islamic Organizations
Moustafa Barghouti
Join us as we intensify our struggle against forced exile and the system of Israeli apartheid on Land Day 2012. We Palestinians have been ethnically cleansed and uprooted from our lands starting in the 1948 Nakba (Catastrophe) which resulted in the creation of the millions of refugees who are now living in the Diaspora. Nineteen years later, in 1967, Israel illegally annexed East-Jerusalem and the West Bank in a move which marked the Naksa (Setback), and subjected the remaining Palestinians to a brutal military occupation.
On Occupy Wall Street
by Lainie Cassel*
When the Canadian-based anti-consumer group, Adbuster’s, placed a call for activists to occupy Wall Street earlier this year no one could have predicted what would arise. Yet, months later, what has become known as the “Occupy Wall Street” movement (OWS) has spread to dozens of cities nationwide - mobilizing masses of people and drawing attention to the growing gap between rich and poor.
Invitation to European participation and support
European preparatory committee for the Global March to Jerusalem
Gretta Duisenberg: "Occupation and slow genozide by Israel are crimes"
We say no to Zionism; and to an exclusive Jewish colonial state, which reacts to the legitimate struggle of the indigenous Palestinian people with the expansion of its Apartheid rule.
Beirut conference of the GMJ
The International Executive Committee of the Global March to Jerusalem GMJ-ICC
Feroze Mithrbowala, convener GMJ from India
The International Executive Committee of the Global March to Jerusalem announces the completion of the preparations for the Second International Conference where the representatives of the International Committees involved in the organization of the Global March to Jerusalem will meet. The conference will be held in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon on Tuesday and Wednesday 17th-18th January, 2012.
Anti-imperialist Camp, Assisi, Italy, August 23-26, 2012
We meet at the Anti-imperialist Camp in Assisi where the voices of the Arab resistances and uprisings will merge with the beginning uprisings of Europe. Without rebellion no liberation!
Interview with Khaled Khoja on democracy, Kurdish rights, regional balances – and how to avoid civil war in Syria
by Wilhelm Langthaler
Dr. Khaled Khoja is medical doctor and a vocal activist of the Syrian opposition based in Turkey. Belonging to the Islamic current he was a member of the “Damascus Declaration” in 2005 and today is part of the Syrian National Council (SNC).