The sentiments behind police abolitionism originated with late-19th and early-20th century organized labor.
Lemlich’s team of “farbrente Yidishe meydlekh” — “fiery Jewish girls” — reinvigorated the early 20th-century labor movement.
“I’m lucky in that I happen to have done a lot of my Passover shopping,” a Jewish shopper said. “To buy the rest I won’t cross the picket line.”
The Israeli government is planning to escalate its attacks on Hamas and other terrorist groups slamming southern Israel with rocket fire from the Gaza Strip.
Marc and Alicia discuss top stories, including the mideast conflict between Gaza & Israel, Romney’s comments on Obama’s ‘gifts’, & Republicans criticism of Susan Rice.
Marc and Alicia discuss the mideast conflict between Gaza & Israel.
A rebel commander in Syria’s north claimed this week that the force is defeating government soldiers across the country, but it is failing to protect civilians from air strikes. Abu Maher, a commander in the region of Marea said the rebels lack the weapons to fight the regime’s air force. He said the violence that has gripped the county for almost two years will not stop until there is a change in Syria’s leadership.
Stratfor Middle East Analyst Reva Bhalla discusses Azerbaijan’s complicated relationships with Israel and Iran. For more, please visit www.stratfor.com
Dr. Leonid Eidelman, the chairman of the Israel Medical Association, is doing something he would probably never allow any of his patients to do: He is going on a hunger strike to try to force Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to intervene in a four-month-old doctors’ strike.