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Iman al-Hams route "to school" last Oct. 5th

photo Iman al-Hams trip to school.JPGFor the rabid anti-Israel mob, the death of a 13 year-old schoolgirl, shot while walking to school, is only more evidence of the intentional and willful violence committed by the IDF against Palestinian children. But is it? What are the facts? What do the various witnesses say? Was Iman al-Hams en route to school or was she engaged in a very different and deadly mission?
 

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News :: Peace & War

Amy Goodman Interviews Gore Vidal

GORE VIDAL: I don't see much future for the United States, and I put it on economic grounds. Forget moral grounds. We're far beyond any known morality, and we are embarked upon a kind of war against the rest of the world. I think that the thing that will save us, and it will probably come pretty fast, when they start monkeying around with Social Security, that will cause unrest. Meanwhile, the costs of the wars the cost of rebuilding the cities immediately after we knock them down
 

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Announcement :: Technology

Missing Portable CD Player! Please help!

I lost my portable CD player. I really want it back. Have you seen it?
 

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News :: Media Criticism

The SHORTWAVE REPORT 1/28/05 ¡LISTEN GLOBALLY!

A weekly 30 minute review of news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio. With times and freqs for listening at home. Free to rebroadcast. Netherlands, Spain, China, Cuba, and Russia.
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Labor & Economics

Ralph Meyberg to speak tonight on Santa Cruz Coast Hotel, aka Rotkin's Folly

Ralph Meyberg, community activist with SCRAP (Santa Cruzans for Responsible Planning), will air on a taped interview at 7 PM tonight on Free Radio Santa Cruz on the Bathrobespierre's Broadsides show at 101.1 FM and www.freakradio.org. as well as at the Vet's Hall live at 7:30 PM.
 

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LOCAL Announcement :: Labor & Economics

AIDS Workers Laid Off Locally: Both Sides To Speak on Free Radio

AIDS workers laid off by project director Christopher Smith locally will present their concerns at 6 PM tonight --Thursday 1-27; Smith is tentatively scheduled to respond 9:30 AM on Sunday 1-30

The Bathrobespierre's Broadsides show can be heard at 101.1 FM and www.freakradio.org.

It is archived at www.huffsantacruz.org .
 

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News :: Gender & Sexuality

Men Are Killing Us

Global male violence against women is perpetuated worldwide. Men are raping and killing so many women that these atrocities are now so common they are barely news worthy.
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Government & Elections

US-Backed Iraqi Abuses Haunt Election

'Prisoners were bound, blinded, gagged. Many had terrible bruises and burns. One room contained hoses, broken lamps (electric shock) and chemicals' beelzebub

Captain Jarrell Southall,
Oregon National Guard

Lieutenant Colonel Dan Hendrickson, the battalion commander, then “radioed up the chain of command in the Army’s 1st Cavalry Division, relaying what he had seen and asking for instructions …
It wasn’t long before the order came: Stand Down.
 

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News :: Civil & Human Rights : Globalization & Capitalism : Labor & Economics

World Economic Forum Considers the Poor

French President Jacques Chirac was snowed in, but addressed the WEF by video, encouraging an international tax to alleviate poverty and aids. This years' gathering is also reportedly laced with strong anti-war sentiments, viewing prolonged US engagement in Iraq as an obstacle to global progress.
 

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LOCAL News :: Government & Elections : Poverty & Urban Development

CityCouncil Mtg: Hotel or Not?

GarageSign_web.jpgPhotos from the January 25th meeting of the Santa Cruz City Council. In the face of significant opposition, councilmembers voted 4-3 in favor of approving a $30million project that would replace the Coast Hotel with a new hotel, conference center, and six-story parking garage.
 

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