Green Going On?

Can we believe it? The Green Revolution is back again in Iran?

Facebook and Twitter and all these instruments of message-spreading, the whole internet is full of “25 Bahman” and “13 Februar” . The song which had been sorrounded with mystery and fascinating magic and which was sung by countless Iranians in Europe and locally in Iran, Yare Dabestani-e-man (which I finally know means “My schoolmate” and has turned into a national anthem for freedom) is back again on screen and in my ears.

Welcome back, Iran’s Green Revolution, and we will pay thanks to Tunisia and Egypt  if this time the Sea of Green which started in 2009 and was crushed down so bloodily, will spread again over their country and its waves will finally drown the bastions of inhumanity there. Welcome back, “my schoolmates” whose songs were ringing in my ears after school had been over in the afternoon and I was heading towards the central square to join some protest rally organized in our town.

What do these guys, the students and the believers in freedom, have to counter the attacks of their cruel leaders they do not want? It’s their minds, their technology, their youth, I assume. It’s their sweet humanity they show and spite into the faces of the fanatics who beat them up and detain them about a hundred at each rally. And it’s the time. Every revolution has its preparation time and its tunring point. Time, patience and determination which they hopefully are equipped with will do its best. Hey, it’s 2011 and they still care for their country!

Courage must have its reward. I hope not I won’t need to forget the first and only Persian words I got to know back in summer 2009 – “ittihad” and “azadeh”.

And know what – I’m Jewish, Israeli and I’m behind you. This should not be a surprise for anyone.

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SirrK: A most Unique feature of Our Iran Revolution is Courage-Dignity+Class of Our Relentless Revolutionaries #iranelection #sog #neda @SirrK RT

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Simply Sickening: Enjoy Israeli Apartheid Week

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Here comes a thrilling example of how to transform a protest uprising of misinformed and biased students and activists of mainly Arab and Muslim origin into an attractive cultural event, an opportunity to meet students and lectors faithful to their cause, a chance to appreciate and enjoy one-sided but stylistically perfectionized  presentations. And meanwhile: To learn how to contribute to a demonization of a whole people and state while mobbing it silently off the map.

The “Sixth Annual Israeli Apartheid Week” throughout the English-speaking university world and various  famous campuses in Europe.

http://apartheidweek.org

Including a Apartheid Week video contest and other graphical art contributions – and probably an offer of cake, tea and sweets throughout the lectures and other entertainment opportunities.

If you would like to join with your university this distinctive (-ly racist) festival , you may turn to the official website to receive additional information (and don’t forget to congratulate Nidal El Khairy for winning the poster competition).

Us Jews Apartheidists and other negative elements of the “state in focus” will be focusing on a Jewish learning festival in our community this week on Sunday. With a far less attractive workshop offer ranging from “Conversion in Germany” over “Yemenite Jews – Culture and Contribution” to “Jewish Matrix – Mysticism” with additional child care.

http://limmud.de

Question:

Will the IAW teams of 2010 be caring enough to provide potential minor age visitors with a special children program?

Well, if they’re gonna show them a film, I bet it will be a translated remix version of the famous Gaza TV show Mickey Mouse.

Why not, I mean?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZEGsnWZKh8

“YES to cultural diversity!”

“NO to discrimination, hate and oppression!”

“YES to peace, sanctions and boycott!”

“NO to Israeli apartheid! NO to Israeli professors and students at universities!”

“YES to free Palestine!”

“NO to Zionist Israel!”

…Have you already signed up?

… Have you already bought the new-fashioned IAW t-shirt?

You missed it?

How comes?! It’s THE cultural event in 2010!

At least you should participate in one of the demonstrations which essential statements are cited above.

No?

You seem to have a sick mind then, don’t you…?

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Pro-Palestinian

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A nice advice by Khaled Abu-Toameh:

What Does “Pro-Palestinian” Really Mean?

In recent years there has been a significant rise in the number of non-Palestinians who describe themselves as “pro-Palestinian” activists. These people can be found mostly on university campuses in North America and Europe.

What is striking is that many of these “pro-Palestinian” activists have never been to the Middle East, let alone the West Bank or the Gaza Strip. In most cases, they are not even Arabs or Muslims.

What makes them “pro-Palestinian”? …more

 

 

 

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