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ZNet: Rachel’s Words Silenced Again

Rachel’s Words Silenced Again by Tom Wallace 12 April 2007 Once again the play “My Name is Rachel Corrie” has been cancelled, this time in South Florida. In New York and Toronto the play was cancelled due to pressure from ...

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Seattle Post: Israel’s apologists distort the truth

by Steve Niva The fairy-tale view of Israel as eternally besieged and completely faultless in its conflict with the Palestinians, as presented by David Brumer in the March 18 Focus (“Play shines light on conflict”), has certainly taken a hit ...

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Starhawk: Four Years Ago Today

Starhawk March 16, 2007 Four years ago today, I was in Nablus in the Occupied Territories of Palestine, volunteering with the International Solidarity Movement that supports the nonviolent movement among the Palestinians. I was also supporting my friend Neta Golan, ...

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Al Jazeera.com: “A tribute to Rachel Corrie”

by Sheikha Sajida, March 17 “Love you. Really miss you. I have bad nightmares about tanks and bulldozers outside our house and you and me inside. Sometimes the adrenaline acts as an anesthetic for weeks and then in the evening ...

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Palestinian children commemorate Rachel Corrie

by Mohamad Al Jamal, March 16th Rafah: Children commemorate the fourth anniversary for the loss of solidarity member Rachel Corrie by opening a permanent exhibit for her memorabilia Children from the Palestinian Youth Parliament commemorated the fourth anniversary of the ...

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Counterpunch: “What Rachel Saw”

by Sonja Karkar, March 15th A slip of a girl faced one of Israel’s most feared war machines in the Occupied Palestinian Territories–the armed bulldozer–and died. This deliberate killing was no accident. Maybe the Israeli authorities would have preferred it ...

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“My Name is Rachel Corrie” Opens in New York

The play “My Name is Rachel Corrie” recently opened in New York. Below is transcript to an interview with Rachel’s father and sister about the play that was recently broadcast on Democracy Now!. There are also links that let you ...

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Rachel Corrie: Myths and Facts

by Rachel’s Words New York, NY, October 14th – With the long awaited opening of the play “My Name is Rachel Corrie” at the Minetta Lane Theater [1], we’d like to dispel some common myths that have often crept into ...

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