In 2003, the Palestinian village of Budrus mounted a 10-month-long nonviolent protest to stop a barrier being built across their olive groves. Did you hear about it? Didn’t think so. Brazilian filmmaker Julia Bacha asks why we only pay attention to violence in the Israel-Palestine conflict — and not to the nonviolent leaders who may [...]
By Chris Hedges, Truthdig, Sept. 20, 2010
Those who embrace violence, whether in the form of acts of terrorism or acts of war, are necrophiliacs. They worship death. They sacrifice life, including at times their own, for the heady intoxication that comes with becoming an angel of destruction. And in the wake of [...]
TheRealNews | July 19, 2010: A speech by Dr. Mustafa Barghouti on Palestinian political dynamics and Middle East peace.
by Matthias Chang, Global Research, June 16, 2010
Sailing on MV Rachel Corrie has changed my life and my perspective on many issues that I hold dear. I am humbled by the experience and have learned so much from everyone on board the ship.
MV Rachel Corrie was previously known and registered as MV Linda, a 43-year [...]
The World March for Peace & Nonviolence is the concerted effort of more than 1 million people in over 90 countries who yearn for peace and who are calling out for:
the eradication of nuclear arms
the withdrawal of all armies of occupation
the reduction of conventional weapon stockpiles
the signing of non-aggression treaties between nations
the rejection of war [...]