New York Conference Condemns Israel Savagery in Gaza

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World Can't Wait brought together journalists and activists from the U.S., Gaza and the UK (via Skype) to expose the war crimes and crimes against humanity of Israel's "protective edge" campaign of civilian slaughter and mass destruction of Gaza, To date, over 2000 people, overwhelmingly civilians, have been murdered by Israeli bombs and rockets. Among the speakers was Fida Qishta, the filmmaker and director of Deep Dish TV's documentary Where Should The Birds Fly on the 2008-9 attack on Gaza that killed over 1400 people, agaom. overwhelmingly civilians. You can listen to the audio of each presentation below.

Introduction: Debra Sweet
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Fida Qishta - Filmmaker from Gaza - Director Where Should The Birds Fly

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Monica Murillo is a member of Students for Justice in Palestine at John Jay College. She compared the
U.S. treatment of desperate immigrants at the U.S. border with Israel's imprisonment of people in Gaza.
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