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Freedom Theater: "The Seed Is Here. It Will Only Grow."

category mashriq / arabia / iraq | culture | non-anarchist press author Wednesday April 06, 2011 18:53author by Abby Zimet - Report this post to the editors

We mourn the murder of Juliano Mer-Khamis, 52, Israeli actor, director and rights activist killed by masked gunmen outside the theater he founded in the Jenin refugee camp as a bridge to peace. The son of a Jewish mother and Arab father, he was a symbol of resistance who believed in the "fire" of thought, art and the written word.

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author by Iyad Burnatpublication date Thu Apr 07, 2011 19:13author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The popular committees against the wall and israeli occupation express their deep sadness and sorrow to the murder that happened in Jenine today against the activist and director Juliano.
The popular committees see this act as part of the escalation politics exercised by israeli occupation. These politics permits such horrific acts.
Therefor , we hold the israeli occupation accountable and fully responsible for such acts .
The popular committees is committed to peaceful combativeness and civil disobedience to end the Israeli occupation and that everyone must be aware that our goal not to kill. We are not against Jews in the world. We are against the occupation and our goal to live in freedom and dignity like the rest of the world.
Regardless that this act was committed on an occupied land , we believe that the killing of Juliano only serves Israeli interests.

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