August 11, 2014

Why We're Protesting Gaza, Not Iraq

Lindsey German, The Guardian

The Associated Press

The hundreds of thousands who have taken to the streets of Britain over the past month in support of and solidarity with the people of Gaza have seen their protests denounced by neocons and rightwingers because they aren’t about some other group of people, somewhere else.

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TAGGED: Gaza, Israel, Iraq, Anti-war Movement, United Kingdom

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