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Guess who’s coming to Canada?

WATCH THIS GREAT VIDEO, Produced  By our Friend Alex. More war. Less democracy.  Guess who’s coming to Canada? U.S. President George W. Bush, Mexican President Felipe Calderón, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper meet in Montebello, Quebec in  August 2007 to advance a “Security and Prosperity Partnership” (SPP) or ‘NAFTA with guns’ — [...]

Protest against CanWest Propaganda

Vancouver Sun Newspaper Eclipsed by Activists For immediate release, June 7, 2007 VANCOUVER – Today media activists eclipsed the Vancouver Sun’s Zionist line. The Palestine Media Collective distributed 12,000 copies of a doppelganger edition of the CanWest flagship to morning commuters in Vancouver and Victoria to point out the anti-Palestinian bias of the newspaper. A [...]


From Tadamon! EVENTS IN NAHR EL BARED, LEBANON. Amidst the confusing, violent and destabilizing events unfolding around Nahr el Bared Palestinian Refugee Camp in Lebanon, solidarity statements and appeals for support are beginning to circulate. Tadamon! is forwarding a few of these statements and appeals, along with suggested sources of information and analysis, to contribute [...]

Death Toll Reaches 80 in Lebanon as Troops Shell Palestinian Refugee Camp

Christian Science Monitor reporter Nicholas Blanford reports from outside the Nahr al-Bared camp on the deadliest internal violence in Lebanon since the civil war ended in 1990. We also speak with journalist Zaki Chehab who grew up in a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon.

Deadly investments: CPP has $50 million invested in cluster bomb munitions manufacturers.

Canadian banks and pension funds continue to finance the manufacture of cluster munitions, which maim and kill thousands of civilians, post-conflict.

Why is Hezbollah on the Terrorism List?

Tadamon! : Why is Hezbollah on the Terrorism List? And who isn’t but should be?

Jonathan Cook: Olmert’s Testimony to Winograd, The Real Goal of Israel’s War on Lebanon

Israel’s supposedly “defensive” assault on Hizbullah last summer, in which more than 1,000 Lebanese civilians were killed in a massive aerial bombardment that ended with Israel littering the country’s south with cluster bombs, was cast in a definitively different light last week by Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert.

Michael Ignatieff

March 5, 2007 Dear Friends, On March 2, Michael Ignatieff visited McMaster University to speak on “Global Citizenship” and “multiculturalism” and “peace.” He also railed against “fanaticism.” Two members of Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War passed leaflets to the attendees beforehand. Enclosed below is the leaflet: “To defeat evil, we may have to traffic [...]

Photostory: Solidarity in Solidere.

Photos by Mary Foster, Tadamon! Montreal. Tadamon!: In recent weeks and months Lebanon has faced major political upheaval, marked by massive street demonstrations, international political intervention and a national general strike. Lebanon’s political opposition maintains an ongoing open-air demonstration in central Beirut, which commenced on December 1st, 2006, fueled by popular discontent toward the current [...]

Appeal to Oppose Peter Mackay’s Visit to the Middle East

Tadamon!: Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister, Peter Mackay, who recently traveled to Afghanistan, is planning a larger visit to the Middle East region, with the stated aim of promoting “peace and dialogue”. The Conservative Foreign Minister MacKay will arrive in Lebanon and Palestine in the coming days. Tadamon! Montreal issues this appeal in an effort to [...]