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Lowkey, Jody McIntyre and Norman Finkelstein

Three compelling presentations: Lowkey and Jody McIntyre precede Norman Finkelstein’s talk for the Palestinian Club at Brooklyn College. Lowkey gives a short talk til around the eight minute mark; Jody then gives his presentation til around the 40 minute mark; upon which time Lowkey gives a few spoken word performances. Norman Finkelstein presents at the 48 minute mark, which is overlapped in the second video.

See also Norman Finkelstein’s Gaza’s calm determination, an excerpt from his current book, and Jonathan Cook’s Israel’s Big and Small Apartheids and Barak defies outpost demolition law.

Part One

Part Two

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One comment on “Lowkey, Jody McIntyre and Norman Finkelstein

  1. Here still a slow genocide,
    slow, but genocide.

    Please share our last videos:

    A hug,
    Vittorio Arrigoni from Gaza city.

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This entry was posted on 27 April, 2010 by in Gaza, Palestine, Uncategorized, Video and tagged , , .

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-- Aldous Huxley

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