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Jan 14, 2011 at 02:44 PM

The Itisapartheid Collective (www.itisapartheid.org ) and Stop the Wall (www.stopthewall.org ) want to announce the winner of the Israeli Apartheid Video Contest. 

  • Expert Panel Prize for $300:   Road Map to Apartheid
  • Palestinian Popular Jury Prize for $300:  Confronting the Wall (there were showings and voting in the West Bank and Gaza)
  • Global Jury Prize for $300:  Ali Wall (from internet voting) Overall Prize $500:  Road Map to Apartheid

You can see the films on our website http://www.itisapartheid.tv. We hope you can
announce the winners on your websites, list serves and on Facebook.

Below are the links.

You can easily get the html code and embed the films on your website by going to the youtube site and clicking “embed” below the video.

The films are starting the travel the planet, there have been showing in the
Mideast, Australia, Canada, the USA and there are plans to show them in 5
countries in Europe. We hope you can help them on their journey  and help
tell the story of Israeli Apartheid.

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Messina, Italy:  All 13 of the women on the Women’s Boat to Gaza are currently in the process of deportation after being captured by Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) and detained in a prison at Ashdod. Wendy Goldsmith, a member of the land team working to secure the release of the women stated that, “the deportation was much quicker than in prior flotillas. While we had a great legal team assisting the women, we suspect that the reason for the quick release was because of all the negative media attention Israel has been receiving for its illegal interception.”

According to early reports from the women released, the Zaytouna-Oliva was surrounded by two warships along with four to five smaller naval boats. The IDF gave warning to the Zaytouna-Oliva to stop their course towards Gaza. When the warning was refused, at least 7 IDF members, both male and female, boarded the Zaytouna-Oliva and commandeered the sailboat. This happened in international waters.

In the course of their capture, the women persisted in telling the IDF that Israel’s interception of their boat was illegal and that they were being taken against their will to Israel. 

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