Sunday, November 23, 2014

Robabeh Jan



Artist: Farid Farjad

The Aliya Battalion



Israel’s Secret War On Palestinians


In 1948 hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled the war as Israeli forces depopulated and destroyed hundreds of Palestinian towns and villages to make way for their settlers arriving from Europe and to establish the Zionist state of Israel. The Palestinians who fled their ancestral land have not been allowed to return to their homes even after 60 years. Their homes and lands are now occupied by Israeli citizens. Those Palestinians are still refugees in neighboring countries and across the globe. They have formed the Palestinian Diaspora. 
But as tragic as that maybe, this is not the end of the story, those Palestinians who stayed inside their country’s borders have watched their lands being stolen by the Zionist regime. These rightful owners of the land who once enjoyed a prosperous life have experienced all hell break loose as the Zionist regime of Israel wages war after war on these defenseless people. The “The Aliya Battalion” is a documentary about Israel’s secret activities in targeting and terrorizing the civilian population in an effort to annihilate and eradicate the Palestinian nation. With interviews from the Palestinians and Israelis and members from the Aliya Battalion this eye opening documentary reveals what is really happening in Palestine.

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Beautiful Chemical Reactions



Eight types of beautiful chemical reactions are presented in this short video. For more information, please visit: BeautifulChemistry.net
Video & Editing
Yan Liang (L2Molecule.com)
Chemical Reaction Design
Xiangang Tao, Wei Huang, & Yan Liang
Chemical reactions were shot at the Chemistry Experiment Teaching Center of USTC
Music
Royalty-free audio clips from Maxon Cinema 4D Assets
© 2014 Institute of Advanced Technology, University of Science and Technology of China
© 2014 Tsinghua University Press

Beatings and Abuse Of Palestinians By Israeli Security Forces



“Do you know what it means to serve in the occupied Palestinian territories?” With these words, Breaking the Silence released stunning testimonies from former soldiers, six Israeli women. 

Some of the ghastly headlines: “Slap,” “Collective Punishment,” “Flak Jackets with ‘Death to Arabs Written on Them'” “Throwing them into the sewage pit,” “Because I’m bored,” “Settler violence.”


Brutalization,  debasement, degradation! Israeli society has lost its soul. 

In this video, a women describes the brutalization of the Palestinians, enforced by debasing peer pressure among the soldiers:
“You can’t think that they’re good hardworking people trying to survive in a closed, place.”
“Later I realized that in order to be there you have to break them, break their spirit. Breaking them means  making them wait, blindfolding them, treating them badly, writing ‘Death to Arabs’ on their vests.”
“Putting cigarettes out on them.”
Several describe routine thefts from Palestinians: of prayer beads, pottery, food. What is wrong with taking gifts? one said to herself.

One stated: "We could do whatever we wanted."
“People don’t know what’s going on there.”
View more testimonies @: Breaking The Silence

Friday, November 21, 2014

Shooters



Starring: Gerard Butler, Ioan Gruffudd, Melanie Lynskey

Land Of Confusion



Artist: Disturbed

Israeli Soldiers Protect Settlers Attacking Palestinian Villagers







The IDF troops did nothing to stop Israeli settlers from attacking Palestinian villagers, according to videos released by the Yesh Din rights group, showing soldiers pointing guns at Palestinians while Israelis are throwing stones from behind their backs.
In the three amateur videos released by the Yesh Din human rights group, the IDF soldiers appear to be protecting the masked Jewish settlers from Yitzhar during their confrontation with Palestinians in the village of Urif in the West Bank on Tuesday.
“IDF soldiers have the obligation, based on international law and High Court of Justice rulings, to protect Palestinian residents from violence, and IDF soldiers have the authority to detain suspects, including Israeli suspects, until the police arrive,” Yesh Din said in a statement.
The footage shows at least 5 armed IDF soldiers standing amongst the settlers and at times pointing guns at the Palestinians.
“The disturbing video footage demands vigorous investigation and the immediate prosecution of the soldiers involved. An examination must also be carried out of whether the soldiers’ commanders bear liability for the conduct of their subordinates,” attorney Emily Schaeffer Omer-Man, legal advisor to Yesh Din’s said.
The Israeli settlers’ attack on Palestinians reportedly took place just hours after a deadly attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem which killed 5 Israelis.
According to the IDF around 200 Palestinians engaged some 50 settlers by throwing stones in an area between the settlement of Yitzhar and the Palestinian village of Urif, Haaretz reports. 
Beside the stone throwing exchange, Israeli settlers also attacked a Palestinian school in Urif, Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors settler activity in the northern West Bank told Ma'an news agency. 

After Palestinians intervened and clashed with Israelis, IDF forces interfered in clashes by firing tear gas and stun grenades and injured six Palestinians with rubber-coated steel bullets. Cases of teargas suffocation were also reported.

Source: Russia Today

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Edge Of A Revolution



Artist: NickleBack

Jihadis Are Like Jews Who Left For Palestine



The Theme Of The Broadcast Was About Possibly Confiscating The Passports Of Jihadists.


In the interview, Broertjes, a politician for Dutch Labor and former editor-in-chief of the highbrow Volkskrant daily, was asked whether he thought Jihadists who are leaving to fight in Syria and Iraq should be prevented from departing.
He opposed such steps, and added: 
“Dutchmen after World War II went to Israel to fight the English. We didn’t prevent them then.”

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

To Our Countries - لبلادي




لبلادي عمل من إعداد وإنتاج وتنفيذ مجموعة شباب يقيمون في السويد وهم من سوريا و العراق و لبنان و فلسطين. على أمل السلام

To Our Countries is a project produced by a group of youths who live in Sweden and are originally from Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Palestine.