Posts Tagged ‘stories’

How to tell the stories of the siege when you cannot enter Gaza

In a new podcast, I hoped to capture the impacts of the Gaza blockade that are mostly invisible to the outside world. There was just one problem: I can’t go there. By Lital Firestone Young Palestinians Mohammed Ehsen, 21, Bassem Abu Ubaid, 33 , who had their legs amputated following injuries during the Great Return […]

A year of vapid ‘feel-good’ journalism: Redacted Tonight reviews most mind-numbing stories

Host Lee Camp compiled a rage-inducing collection of this year’s most infuriating stories – ranging from a dubious poll tax in Florida which has prevented millions of low income ex-convicts from voting, to parents being threatened with having their children seized by the government if they fail to pay for school lunches. The common theme […]

‘Every day brings fresh horror stories from a Black Mirror hellscape’ in America’s liberal run states and cities where homeless veterans survive by eating the trash of billionaires

(Natural News) Over the last several years, we’ve published numerous stories on ANP about the complete collapses of Democrat-run cities across America and we get more evidence of that today in this new story over at Biz Pac Review that Whatfinger had linked to on Wednesday which reports a staggering number of Americans are now fleeing […]

They’ve tried to silence those who tell the truth. We need your help to keep telling these stories

For our summer fundraising drive, “One Story At A Time,” Mondoweiss staffers are sharing stories we’ve published that are special to them. Today’s message is from Michael Arria, U.S. Correspondent at Mondoweiss. Read on to learn about what drives Michael — and please give now. A loyal donor has pledged $20,000 if we can raise […]

As a father, it broke my heart to read Sarah’s words. Help us keep telling stories like hers

Over the past decade, it’s been an incredible privilege to watch Mondoweiss grow from a team of two writers (Phil Weiss and me) into a robust team of correspondents, editors, photographers, freelancers, and staff, bringing you important stories from Palestine and beyond. We are rejoicing at our community’s size and strength, and we’re working to […]

The stories we keep telling – with your help – despite efforts to silence us–1.7540538&utm_source=smartfocus Opinion “Israel’s Right Wing Is Worse Than Europe’s” by Zeev Sternhell, Haaretz, July 19/19 “From the end of the 19th century, radical, anti-liberal nationalism – after serving as a basis for fascism throughout Europe and Nazism in Germany, and despite calling itself an ideology of national unity – essentially became an ideology of civil […]

Phil Weiss: The stories we keep telling – with your help – despite efforts to silence us

It is said that the Polish-German Jewish Communist Rosa Luxemburg claimed “The most revolutionary thing one can do is always to proclaim loudly what is happening.” I’m deeply moved by that statement. I share the conviction that to achieve much-needed change in supremely unjust conditions, we are called to shout from the rooftops all that […]

Palestinian stories and histories will never be erased

On July 13th, the Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM) Toronto chapter was supposed to hold a scholarship launch party to honour and celebrate the artistic expressions of Palestinian youth in Canada and the United States. The PYM’s Ghassan Kanafani resistance arts scholarship aims to provide a space to uplift the Palestinian narrative and explore the complexity […]

Free Press? NY Times Admits It Sends Stories To US Government For Approval Before Publication

Authored by Ben Norton via The Grayzone Project, The New York Times casually acknowledged that it sends major scoops to the US government before publication, to make sure “national security officials” have “no concerns.” The New York Times has publicly acknowledged that it sends some of its stories to the US government for approval from […]

Lesson to learn from GoT: Stories are powerful, be careful which ones you believe

HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ has come a long way since its premiere in 2011, in what now seems like a different era. In its recently-aired final installment, we not only find out what happens to the Iron Throne and the Seven Kingdoms, but also circle back to one of the running themes of the show, […]

“They Live Underground” – Indigenous Elders Share Stories About “Star People” Living Inside The Earth

The Facts: Isaac Kappy, an actor has committed suicide. He became well known for speaking up against Hollywood pedophilia and Satanic ritual abuse, as well as naming names of those who are supposedly involved Reflect On: Have you looked into this subject in detail? There is a lot of evidence for high level child trafficking […]

‘Hypocrite!’ Joe Biden Calls For Border Fence ’40 Stories High’ In Unearthed Clip

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is being called a hypocrite by people on both sides of the political divide after a video of the former vice-president was unearthed in which he slams American employers for hiring illegal immigrants and calls for a fence “40 stories high” at the US-Mexican border. “I voted for a fence,” […]

Stories of devastatingly normal suffering in Gaza

I got an email from a man asking if we could help him and his family escape Gaza if war broke out. It seems so reasonable, until you realize there is no precedent for evacuating Palestinian civilians in time of war. By Tania Hary Palestinian men sit in the rubble of a destroyed […]

6 Hints that Baby Jesus Stories were Late Additions to Early Christian Lore

The wonder-filled birth story of the baby Jesus was centuries in the making. Picture a creche with baby Jesus in a manger and shepherds and angels and three kings and a star over the stable roof. We think of this traditional scene as representing the Christmas story, but it actually mixes elements from two different nativity stories in the […]

Award-Winning Der Spiegel Journalist Faked Stories About Syria and More

Another episode of fabricated journalism exposed. When will media en masse address this growing problem within their own ranks? SouthFront reports… On December 19th, der Spiegel reported that Claas Relotius, one of its star reporters, for writing fake stories on a “grand scale.” An article, answering the most important questions regarding the situation was also […]

Der Spiegel Journalist, Awarded by CNN, Found to Have Fabricated Most of His Stories

Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer December 20, 2018 This guy is now saying he has some kind of mental disorder. Well. Is journalism a profession for people with mental disorders, in particular disorders which involve chronic lying? Are they drawn to this job? Fox News: The German magazine Der Spiegel revealed Wednesday that […]

Attending school while Palestinian: brief (horror) stories from the last 6 weeks

Israeli forces prepare to demolish a school in Hebron, West Bank on 11 July 2018 [DonnaBaranski-Walker/Twitter] Children in occupied West Bank schools are attacked and traumatized on a regular basis, as a matter of official policy. These are stories from just November and ten days in December (subsidized by American tax dollars).  compiled by If […]

Five Stories the Media Missed While Obsessing Over the Bush Funeral that Cost Taxpayers $500 MILLION

On November 30, at the age of 94, George H.W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, passed away. His death set off a fury of media coverage, special events, ceremonies, government holidays, and eventually his burial on Thursday. According to estimates, the paid holiday for federal workers alone — including Congress and […]

Playground or battleground? 2 stories in 1 weekend

Israeli soldiers try to steal playground equipment in Beit Ta’mir, near Bethlehem On Saturday, Israeli soldiers tried to seize playground equipment from a Palestinian park, but were chased off. On Sunday, 45 Americans along with 20 Israelis and Palestinians were detained and had their passports photographed after helping repair a playground near Bethlehem; Israel claims […]

Untold stories of everyday Israeli brutality

Israeli border police officers stand guard as a Jewish settler boy plays near a disputed house in the West Bank city of Hebron. Israeli soldiers and settlers terrorize Palestinians every day. Stories from November 4-5 (that won’t appear in mainstream media) include 2 Palestinian deaths, at least 14 abductions – some of them children, a […]

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