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What you’re not shown about Israel

If you haven’t already viewed this trailer for If Americans Knew, it is an excellent compilation of prominent previous US Representatives, Senators and Ambassadors talking about the consequences of blind support for Israel and how the Lobby have hijacked American foreign policy (5:36)


AP Erases Video of Israeli Soldier Shooting Palestinian Boy: also shows that this a systemic, not a sporadic or one-off incident. Innocent, unarmed children are routinely targeted (5:54)

East Targets: Also an If Americans Knew production, First saw this at David Baldinger’s blog. A group of courageous women show how the Israeli government discourages Palestinians returning through humiliation, harassment and inappropriate strip-searching, including of an activist who survived the Holocaust. Note: indelicate but not mature content (12:49)

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3 comments on “What you’re not shown about Israel

  1. Graeme
    18 March, 2007

    Great videos!

  2. Servant
    18 March, 2007

    F Fascists

  3. peoplesgeography
    18 March, 2007

    Indeed. That’s my scorecard too.

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