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12.04.2014.

veceras u 20.00 PRIČA O NASELJU HEROJA AZEMA SUĆESKE

Modul memorije 2014: KROVOVI NASELJA HEROJA SOKOLJE", KROZ OBJEKTIV AZEMA SUĆESKE 12.4.2014, subota do 17.4.2014. 19.00 sati Sarajevski ratni teatar Izložba: „Krovovi Naselja heroja Sokolje u ratu“ Autor: Azem Sućeska Kroz 70 crno-bijelih fotografija autor Azem Sućeska Sućo nas je proveo između stambenih kuća koje su nastradale u periodu 92-95.godina. U Sokolju gotovo da nema kuće koja nije granatirana. Nakon rata su obnovljene a zahvaljujući fotografiji Azema Sućeske ostat će trajno zabilježeno stradanje ovog naselja.

01.07.2012.

SARTR: "SEDMI MJESEC" - POSEBNI PROGRAM SARAJEVSKOG RATNOG TEATRA


-----PRVI DAN SEDMOG MJESECA, nedjelja

**Izložba Phantom City, Edita Gazibara

Više o izložbi: http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/art-centre/past-exhibitions.html

***19h: PERFROMANS
Benjamin Bajramović
Amila Terzimehić
Jasenko Pašić

***21h: Baraka (1992), Ron Frick, eksperimentalni dokumentarni film /96'/ SAD

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNViNqHmnzM
Vise o filmu: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103767/

-----DRUGI DAN SEDMOG MJESECA, ponedjeljak

***21h: Believers(Vjernici), (2008), Namik Kabil, dokumentarni film /22'/ BiH

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbyRsOrIg5I

----TREĆI DAN SEDMOG MJESECA, utorak

***21h: Sitar solo, koncert
Ivan Vrhunc Chapa

----ČETVRTI DAN SEDMOG MJESECA, srijeda

***21h: Adio kerida (Zbogom draga), (2001), Vesna Ljubić, dokumentarni film /60'/ BiH

Više o filmu: http://www.kinoeye.org/03/10/crnkovic10.php

---PETI DAN SEDMOG MJESECA, četvrtak

***21h: The Love of Books: A Sarajevo Story(Ljubav prema knjigama-Priča o sarajevu), (2011), Sam Hobkinson, dokumentarni film /75'/ UK

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K00ERnQVWz4
Više o filmu: http://www.sff.ba/film/show/id/1496?symfony=cb4d8293231b51e588c1bd92a5e6054f
23.02.2012.

U SARAJEVSKOM RATNOM TEATRU - 99%

99% - otpor fašizmu

99-odsto-SARTR-Sarajevo.jpg

Sarajevski ratni teatar (SARTR) premijerno će izvesti 24. februara, u sklopu Internacionalnog festivala “Sarajevska zima 2012”, predstavu “99%” u režiji Nermina Hamzagića, prema tekstu Bertolda Brehta, koja govori o životu nemačkog naroda pod vladavinom Adolfa Hitlera, o rastućem nacizmu i poniženju ljudskog bića.

Predstava je rađena prema Behtovom tekstu “Strah i beda Trećeg rajha” u dramatizaciji Asje Krsmanović, a sledi novi pravac angažovanog teatra kojim će se SARTR, nakon Orvelove1984”, baviti u daljem delovanju.

Direktor SARTR-a Nihad Kreševljaković istakao je da je u godini u kojoj se obeležava 20 godina od početka opsade Sarajeva “jako važno baviti se danas sveprisutnim fašizmom”. 

Kreševljaković je naglasio da je to posebno važno i zbog činjenice da je SARTR nastao pre 20 godina kao reakcija i otpor fašizmu, saopšteno je posle konferencije za novinare.

Predstava “99 %”, kako je naglasio Kreševljaković, bez obzira na teške uslove u kojima su glumci radili, pokazuje da SARTR raspolaže energijom i ljudima koji će u narednih nekoliko godina napraviti od tog teatra, u smislu profiliranosti, najznačajniji teatar u Bosni i Hercegovini.

“Okolnosti u kojima živimo danas, podsjećaju na vrijeme u kojem je 1933. Hitler došao na vlast”, rekao je reditelj Nermin Hamzagić, navodeći da se ponovo budi ideja nadmoćnosti jednih nad drugima širom Evrope, te da je i društvo u BiH postalo ksenofobično.

“Zbog toga je važno raditi predstavu i reći fašizmu NE”, poručio je Hamzagić i podsetio da ljudi svojim izborom daju legitimitet takvim ideologijama.

U predstavi igraju Adnan Hasković, Alban Ukaj, Amar Selimović, Snežana Alič, Jasenko Pašić i Amila Terzimehić, a njihov rad je, prema rečima Snežane Alič, bio izazovan i istraživački.

Prema njenim rečima, trebalo je shvatiti kako su ljudi razmišljali u doba Hitlera, pa je ceo glumački ansambl prošao kroz intenzivan istraživački proces, gledajući dokumentarce i čitajući brojne materijale.

“Kroz rad na ovoj predstavi shvatili smo šta ljude pokreće da krenu putem jedne fašističke ideje”, dodala je Amila Terzimehić.

Glumci u predstavi igraju više likova, što je Amar Selimović objasnio potrebom da se bez poistovećivanja sa likovima dočara paranoja tog vremena koja je inficirala sve slojeve društva.

Kroz tumačenje više uloga, glumac Jasenko Pašić takođe ističe pogubnost takvih sistema da na različite načine obuzmu svakoga, obične ljude koji žele živeti svoj život.

Alban Ukaj je istakao da je Breht vrlo direktan, nema empatije, udara u kost, zbog čega je za članove ansambla bilo bitno da li su dovoljno zreli da to iznesu tako da nešto intelektualno probude kod publike.

“Ideologije kojima se ponižava drugo biće, sve su iste”, zaključio je Ukaj.

Ističući da je važno da je SARTR otvoren kao teatarska kuća i da dolaze novi ljudi, zbog kojih ansambl ima odgovornost da napravi nešto novo, Ukaj je ocenio i da je evidentno da je počela nova era dolaskom Kreševljakovića na čelo tog teatra.

Muzička saradnica, dirigentkinja Tijana Vignjević, rekla je da su glumci lako i puni entuzijazma ušli u učenje i sviranje, budući da, pored toga što igraju više uloga, u predstavi i izvode uživo dve numere.

Scenografiju predstave “99 %” potpisuje Tarik Musakadić, kostimografiju OshYosh (ex Kao Pao Shue), izbor muzike Mirza Šišić, a grafički dizajn Goran Lizdek.

Prve reprize su od 25. do 27. februara.

Predstava je deo ponude 28. “Sarajevske zime” koja predstavlja do 21. marta raznovrstan pozorišni, muzički, likovni, filmski i radionički program, pod simbolično apokaliptičnim sloganom “2012”.

Sajt “Sarajevske zime” je www.sarajevskazima.ba, a program se nalazi i u Kalendaru Portala za kulturu jugoistočne Evrope SEEcult.org

(SEEcult.org)


http://www.seecult.org/vest/99-otpor-fasizmu
10.04.2008.

PODSJEĆAMO: VEČERAS U 19.00

Modul memorije 2008: STATUS QUO - SABINE EL CHAMA U GALERIJI PREPOROD U 19.00

 U sklopu programa Modul memorije u organizaciji Festivala MESS, 10. aprila 2008. u 19.00 galeriji PREPOROD (ul.. M. Tita) bit će otvorena izložba Sabine el Chamaa pod imenom STATUS QUO.

 


U toku izraelskih napada na Liban 2006. godine oko hiljadu civila je ubijeno. U trenutku kada je nastupilo primirje 14. augusta 2006 u 8.00 ujutro mnoga libanska naselja, posebno jug Libana, odnosno jug Bejruta, bili su potpuno razrušeni, uključujući svu infrastrukturu. Razaranjem elekričnih centrala na jugu Bejruta velika površina mora uništena je velikim naftnim mrljama....  

 

STATUS QUO predstavlja seriju fotografija snimljenih u periodu juli-august 2006. Naime, Sabine el Chamaa je neposredno pred početak napada radila na dokumentarcu koji se se bavio stanjem u Libanu razgovarajući o mogućnosti novog rata. Zanimljivo je i to da je neposredno prije toga snimila jedan dokumentarac o stanju u BiH. Upravo u toku snimanja novog filma u Libanu, u julu 2006. godine, nakon što su članovi Hezbolaha kidnapirali dva izraelska vojnika započeli su teški artiljerijski i avio napadi na područje Libana. Uslijedila su do sada najgori napadi izraelske vojske na područje  Južnog Libana, odakle su mnoge izbjeglice potražile spas u također napadanom Bejrutu. Ove izbjeglice bile su smještene u javnim parkovima i školama.  Oni su postali glavna preokupacija Sabine el Chamaa koja je paralelno sa snimanjem dokumentarca započela fotografirati ljude oko sebe dokumentirajući i na taj način sta se dešava oko nje. Fotografija su za sve vrjeme napada nastajale u periodu prekida vatre.

Inače, Sabine El Chama  rođena je u Bejrutu gdje je završila i studij Komunikacija u umjetnosti, a potom odlazi u SAD gdje nastavlja filmske studije u Los Angelesu. Kao free lancer radi u Los Angeles-u, New York-u, Paris-u, Rimu, Bejrutu…. Od 2003 se više posvećuje filmskoj režiji. Pored filma od 1993. godine se počinje interesirati fotografijom, a neke od njenih radova uključujui  priču iz Sarajeva i Mostara. Svoje radove je do sada izlagala u Bejrutu i Italiji. Sabine el Chamaa je očigledno izuzetno darovita fotografkinja sa istančanim osjećajem da u svojim fotografijama otkrije emocije. Ime izložbe STATUS QUO ukazuje na stanje koje se ne mjenja godinama, a koje karakterizira destrukcija, tenzije, konstantan strah od novih napada i rata... Naime, kada mediji kažu da je tamo mir, građani Libana nisu sigurni da je to istina!

Ova sarajevska izložba je zapravo prva samostalna izložba Sabine el Chamaa.
09.04.2008.

Modul memorije FILMOVI I FOTOGRAFIJE IZ BEJRUTA U SARAJEVU

DANAS I SUTRA  imate priliku pogledati dva program koji se bave iskustvom libanonskih gradjana, odnosno umjetnika u toku izraelske agresije na ovu zemlju koja po mnogocmu podsjeca na Bosnu. Danas ce na Akademiji scenskih umjetnost biti prikazani kratki filmovi pod imenom VIDEO POD OPSADOM, dok ce sutra 10. aprila u Galeriji Preporod u Titovoj ulici bit postavljena izlozba STATUS QUO fotografkije Sabine el Chamaa. Iskreno se nadam da necete propustiti ove dogadjaje. U nastavku mozete procitati vise o programu VIDEO POD OPSADOM. NAPOMINJEM, DA JE ULAZ ZA OVE PROGRAME SLOBODAN.  

VIDEO POD OPSADOM / BEJRUT (prezentacija filmova libanonskih umjetnika)

Ovi filmovi su prvi put prikazani u sklopu otvaranja Bijenala arapskog filma u Parisu koje je odražno u julu 2006. godine. Filmovi izražavanj bijes autora protiv situacije u kojoj se tada nalazio Liban, a posebno glavni grad Bejrut.  Način na koji reagiraju podsjeća nas na dane opsade grada Sarajeva i domaće umjetnike koji su tih dana snimali filmove po sarajevkim ulicama. Poslije projekcije gosti će imati priliku postaviti pitanja, odnosno razgovarati sa autoricom jednog od filmova koji će biti prikazani. Ideja ovog programa je, između ostalog,  probuditi suosjećanje nas samih prema tragediji drugih. Nismo mi ti na koje se svalilo svo zlo svijeta već kroz takve situacije prolaze mnogi drugi upravo danas kada se mi tek podsjećamo na dane opsade Sarajeva.

U nastavku imate listu filmova koji će biti prikazani:

FROM BEIRUT FOR... THOSE WHO LOVE US

Kolektivni rad Beirut DC

00 : 05 : 45

BINT, BINT- JBAIL

Omar Nechabeh

00 : 03 : 53

VOICE OF PEOPLE

Ali Cherri

03 : 18

 

I REMEMBER LEBANON

Zeina Aboul Hosn

06 : 00

 

DRAWING WAR

Lena Merhej

06 : 51

 

MERYAM

Maher Abi Samra

09 : 02

 

WAR IN CHILD

Samar Mogharbel

03 : 25

 

VIDEO FOR THE END OF TIME

Roy Samaha

09: 58

 

MINUTE OF SILENCE

Michel Kammoun

01 : 41

 

BNT JBEIL

Rania Stephan

02 : 44

 

BLACK ON WHITE

Sabine El Chamaa

03 : 00

 

BALCONY

Anne de Mo & Monika Bergman

04 : 16

 

FALSE CONNECTION

Ahmad Ghsein

04 : 00

31.03.2008.

Urbano selo: MODUL MEMORIJE 2008 / FESTIVAL MESS

U periodu od 6. - 17. aprila 2008. godine u organizaciji Međunarodnog tetarskog festivala MESS održat će se manifestacija Modul Memorije 2008. U sklopu programa, čija je namjera podsjetiti nas na dane opsade grada  bit će upriličeni sljedeći programi:

6. i 7. april u 20.00
Teatarska predstava ĆEIF, reditelja Egona Savina

8. april, ASU, 19.00

Film:

EXILE IN SARAJEVO, režija: Tahir Cambis i Alma Šahbaz

9. april,  ASU, 19.00

Film:

VIDEO POD OPSADOM / BEJRUT (prezentacija filmova libanonskih umjetnika)

10.-17. april (otvaranje u 19.00)

Foto izložba:

Sabine El Chamaa: STATUS QUO (fotografije iz razrušenog Bejruta)

11.-17. april (otvorenje u 20.00)

Foto izložba

Adnan Šahbaz: ZATIŠJE (fotografije iz opsjednutog Sarajeva)

Ulaz za sve programe Modula Memorije, izuzev teatrske predstave Ćeif, je besplatan. Oni koji u zainteresirani da pogledaju spomenutu predstavu karte mogu kupiti u prostoijama Fsetivala MESS ili rezervirati ih putem telefona (033) 211 972.

Za sve dodatne informacije možete kontaktirati Nihada Kreševljakovića putem maila na knihad@mess.ba .
11.03.2008.

FREE PALESTINE

07.01.2007.

LEBANON'S RECENT PRODUCTION - PARIS CINEMA

(Please forward)

Dear all,

Aude Hesbert, the artistic director of the international festival PARIS CINEMA (www.pariscinema.org) that is held in Paris in July will be visiting Lebanon between the 6th and the 11th of January 2007.

In this year’s edition of the festival, PARIS CINEMA selected Lebanon to be honored in its “Pays à l’honneur” section were a selection of Lebanon’s recent productions (features, documentaries, shorts and experimental films) will be screened in the French capital from July 3 to 17, 2007.

All directors are welcomed to attend the presentation of the festival that will be held in Metropolis Cinema (Al Madina Theater, Hamra steet) on Monday the 8th of January at 7 pm. (Those who would like to give a copy of their films to be considered for the selection of the festival, please deliver it to Aude Hesbert on Monday after the presentation or call Cynthia el-Khazen on 70/853461 to schedule another meeting time).

Hope to see you there.

Best,

Zeina Zahreddine

Chief Executive Officer

Beirut DC

P.O. Box: 116-5118

Beirut, LEBANON

Tel\Fax: 961 1 293212 - 961 3 370972

info@beirutdc.org

www.beirutdc.org

05.10.2006.

TheOneMinutesJr. workshop in Beirut

TheOneMinutesJr. workshop in Beirut

November 22-26

 

Your biggest fascinations, wildest dreams, taboos, fears and hopes. Share your thoughts in a 60-second video and win a trip to Amsterdam or even Tokyo! Your video will be shown on national television stations and festivals across Europe! This is your chance to express yourself!

 

Theoneminutesjr is an international collaboration established in November 2002 by the European Cultural Foundation (Amsterdam), UNICEF, and the Sandberg Institute (a postgraduate institute for fine arts). The project promotes a oneminutesjr video network and competition for young people (12-20) in all parts of the world to produce their own video messages and to express themselves and learn valuable media skills in the process. The length of one minute both challenges the creators to form their ideas clearly and gives them the freedom to express themselves, which is the basic right of every young person.

 

In the past four years the European Cultural Foundation together with its partners offered an opportunity to young people in and outside Europe to produce their one minute videos and join our annual competition www.theoneminutesjr.org. More than 800 One Minutes have been made by young people from 60 countries. Six Awards have been handed out and the network collaborates with 10 European TV channels, which broadcast the videos on national television.

 

Within the framework of theoneminutesjr network we will organize a workshop in Beirut in collaboration with SHAMS for young people living in the city. The workshop will last 5 days and 20 youngsters are invited to join us.

 

The theme of the workshop will be (self)-portrait. The idea is that you think about some of the following questions: Who you are?  What do you stand for? What are your dreams, fascinations, fears, hopes and passions? Where do you come from? What do you see around you? You can say who you are in your own way. You could also choose to make a portrait of someone else, a friend, your pet, a city…..Many options are possible.

 

Good luck with your ideas! We are looking forward to hearing them at the start of the workshop. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us.

 

Regards,

 

Raya Ribbius                                                                          Abdo Nawar (961-1-381290)

raya@theoneminutesjr.org                                                       assshams@cyberia.net.lb

DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING APPLICATIONS:  November 1, 2006
21.09.2006.

The Independent UK: Deadly Harvest: The Lebanese Fields Sown With Cluster Bombs

By Patrick Cockburn
Monday 18 September 2006

Lebanese villagers must risk death in fields "flooded" with more than a million Israeli cluster bombs - or leave crops to rot.
The war in Lebanon has not ended. Every day, some of the million bomblets which were fired by Israeli artillery during the last three days of the conflict kill four people in southern Lebanon and wound many more.

The casualty figures will rise sharply in the next month as villagers begin the harvest, picking olives from trees whose leaves and branches hide bombs that explode at the smallest movement. Lebanon's farmers are caught in a deadly dilemma: to risk the harvest, or to leave the produce on which they depend to rot in the fields.

In a coma in a hospital bed in Nabatiyeh lies Hussein Ali Ahmad, a 70-year-old man from the village of Yohmor. He was pruning an orange tree outside his house last week when he dislodged a bomblet; it exploded, sending pieces of shrapnel into his brain, lungs and kidneys. "I know he can hear me because he squeezes my hand when I talk to him," said his daughter, Suwad, as she sat beside her father's bed in the hospital.

At least 83 people have been killed by cluster munitions since the ceasefire, according to independent monitors.

Some Israeli officers are protesting at the use of cluster bombs, each containing 644 small but lethal bomblets, against civilian targets in Lebanon. A commander in the MLRS (multiple launch rocket systems) unit told the Israeli daily Haaretz that the army had fired 1,800 cluster rockets, spraying 1.2 million bomblets over houses and fields. "In Lebanon, we covered entire villages with cluster bombs," he said. "What we did there was crazy and monstrous." What makes the cluster bombs so dangerous is that 30 per cent of the bomblets do not detonate on impact. They can lie for years - often difficult to see because of their small size, on roofs, in gardens, in trees, beside roads or in rubbish - waiting to explode when disturbed.

In Nabatiyeh, the modern 100-bed government hospital has received 19 victims of cluster bombs since the end of the war. As we arrived, a new patient, Ahmad Sabah, a laboratory technician at the hospital, was being rushed into the emergency room. A burly man of 45, he was unconscious on a stretcher. Earlier in the morning, he had gone up to the flat roof of his house to check the water tank. While there, he must have touched a pile of logs he was keeping for winter fires. Unknown to him, a bomblet had fallen into the woodpile a month earlier. The logs shielded him from the full force of the blast, but when we saw him, doctors were still trying to find out the extent of his injuries.

"For us, the war is still going on, though there was a cease-fire on 14 August," said Dr Hassan Wazni, the director of the hospital. "If the cluster bombs had all exploded at the time they landed, it would not be so bad, but they are still killing and maiming people."

The bomblets may be small, but they explode with devastating force. On the morning of the ceasefire, Hadi Hatab, an 11-year old boy, was brought dying to the hospital. "He must have been holding the bomb close to him," Dr Wazni said. "It took off his hands and legs and the lower part of his body."

We went to Yohmor to find where Hussein Ali Ahmad had received his terrible wounds while pruning his orange tree. The village is at the end of a broken road, six miles south of Nabatiyeh, and is overlooked by the ruins of Beaufort Castle, a crusader fortress on a ridge above the deep valley along which the Litani river runs.

Israeli bombs and shells have turned about a third of the houses in Yohmor into concrete sandwiches, one floor falling on top of another under the impact of explosions. Some families camp in the ruins. Villagers said that they were most worried by the cluster bombs still infesting their gardens, roofs and fruit trees. In the village street, were the white vehicles of the Manchester-based Mines Advisory Group (MAG), whose teams are trying to clear the bomblets.

It is not an easy job. Whenever members of one of the MAG teams finds and removes a bomblet, they put a stick, painted red on top and then yellow, in the ground. There are so many of these sticks that it looks as if some sinister plant had taken root and is flourishing in the village.

"The cluster bombs all landed in the last days of the war," said Nuhar Hejazi, a surprisingly cheerful 65-year-old woman. "There were 35 on the roof of our house and 200 in our garden so we can't visit our olive trees." People in Yohmor depend on their olive trees and the harvest should begin now before the rains, but the trees are still full of bomblets. "My husband and I make 20 cans of oil a year which we need to sell," Mrs Hejazi says. "Now we don't know what to do." The sheer number of the bomblets makes it almost impossible to remove them all.

Frederic Gras, a de-mining expert formerly in the French navy, who is leading the MAG teams in Yohmor, says: "In the area north of the Litani river, you have three or four people being killed every day by cluster bombs. The Israeli army knows that 30 per cent of them do not explode at the time they are fired so they become anti-personnel mines."

Why did the Israeli army do it? The number of cluster bombs fired must have been greater than 1.2 million because, in addition to those fired in rockets, many more were fired in 155mm artillery shells. One Israeli gunner said he had been told to "flood" the area at which they were firing but was given no specific targets. M. Gras, who personally defuses 160 to 180 bomblets a day, says this is the first time he seen cluster bombs used against heavily populated villages.

An editorial in Haaretz said that the mass use of this weapon by the Israeli Defence Forces was a desperate last-minute attempt to stop Hizbollah's rocket fire into northern Israel. Whatever the reason for the bombardment, the villagers in south Lebanon will suffer death and injury from cluster bombs as they pick their olives and oranges for years to come.

24.08.2006.

Electronic intifada: Losing its Morals and Marbles: Israel's Fight for Lebanon

by: Remi Kanazi


If Hezbollah were a military, given Western standards, it would certainly be the most moral in the world. During Israel's five week offensive, Hezbollah killed 118 Israeli soldiers and 41 Israeli civilians (18 of which were Israeli Palestinians). Hezbollah killed three Israeli soldiers for every one Israeli civilian. In contrast, Israeli forces killed more than 1000 Lebanese civilians during the onslaught (more bodies are expected to be discovered during the current period of "calm"). Robert Fisk, based in Lebanon, reported, "They are digging them [Lebanese bodies] up by the hour." Israeli forces killed 25 Lebanese civilians for every Israeli civilian killed by Hezbollah.

Israel claims it killed three to four hundred Hezbollah fighters during the 33 day war. Hezbollah argues the number is much lower, but since the world maintains that Hezbollah is a "terrorist organization," Hezbollah's figure is swiftly rejected. Supposing Israel's numbers are accurate, the state still killed roughly three Lebanese civilians for every one Hezbollah fighter.

Although the issue of proportionality was discussed in the US media, the issue of disproportionate coverage of the conflict was not. The American population's strong reaction to the media's coverage of the loss of civilian life in Lebanon--albeit its extremely minimal coverage--enhanced pressure for the eventual cease-fire. The Bush administration's "green light" quickly turned red when it realized widespread regional chaos may bring harsh repercussions during an election season. One can only assume citizen pressure for a US pullout of Iraq would have been stronger if the US media properly reported the conflict and shown even a handful of the endless images of immense suffering the Iraqis are enduring due to US occupation.

Israel estimates that more than 4,000 Katushya rockets were fired across its borders during the five weeks of fighting--this was extensively reported throughout the US media. It brings one back to Wolf Blitzer's opening news segments on the crisis in the Middle East: "Hezbollah rockets hit deeper into Israel and closer to Tel Aviv." Similarly, it takes me back to images of a disheveled Tucker Carlson reporting the hard news in front of Israeli tanks firing "retaliatory" artillery shells on the civilian population of Lebanon. Yet, 4,000 Katushya rockets pale in comparison to the amount of force used by Israel, which one cannot put an exact figure on because the US media has yet to offer up the information (apparently the media didn't want to complicate us with too many statistics). The Lebanese government, however, did state that Israeli air and ground forces destroyed approximately 30,000 buildings throughout Lebanon--300 high-rise buildings in southern Beirut alone.

Israel must have lost its copy of the Geneva Conventions for Dummies because Article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention explicitly states, "No protected person may be punished for an offence he or she has not personally committed. Collective penalties and likewise all measures of intimidation or of terrorism are prohibitedàReprisals against protected persons and their property are prohibited." Regarding the Geneva Conventions, Hezbollah is not a signatory; the same cannot be said for the state of Israel. This is not to excuse attacks on a civilian population by any force, including resistance forces, but only to put into context the "morality" of Western nations compared with adversaries they consider to be "terrorist groups."

An Amoral History

Israel has a long history of using extreme force against civilian populations. During "Operation Peace for Galilee," Israel slaughtered nearly 20,000 Lebanese and Palestinian civilians in Lebanon. Since the start of the second Intifada, Israeli forces killed more than 4,000 Palestinians, most of which were civilians. According to Tanya Reinhart in Israel/Palestine: How To End the War of 1948, "More than seven thousand Palestinians were reported injured in the first five weeks of the uprising, many in the head, legs, or knees by carefully aimed [Israeli] shots, and, increasingly, live [Israeli] ammunition." Since the capture of Israeli Corporal Gilad Shalit, Israeli forces have killed 188 Palestinians in Gaza, 44 of which were children. Israel used the capture of Shalit as a pretext to wage war on Gaza. Palestinian groups assert that the capture of Shalit was a response to the abduction of Dr. Osama Muantar and his brother, Mustafa.

Since the start of "Operation Summer Rain" in late June, Israel has pounded Gaza with thousands of artillery shells and air strikes. The United Nations humanitarian agencies working in Gaza reported that the Israeli military has "fired on average 200-250 artillery shells per day into the Gaza Strip and conducted at least 220 aerial bombings." The violence used against the civilian population and infrastructure is increasing, rather than abating, causing billions of dollars in damage. Several UN agencies and human rights groups warn that a disaster of catastrophic proportions is imminent if the status quo--the complete closure of Gaza and the population's inaccessibility to medicines, food and supplies--is not changed. The United Nations humanitarian agencies stated, "We are concerned that with international attention focusing on Lebanon, the tragedy in Gaza is being forgotten."

An Amoral Partnership

Israel's main ally, private ATM machine, and arms supplier, America, has been similarly brutal in its attempted conquests. Since the start of the US invasion in Iraq, an estimated 150,000 Iraqi civilians have perished. There is no official number of resistance and foreign fighters killed during this period, but if one were to use November 2004 as a measuring stick--a month in which approximately 1000 fighters were killed--more than 40,000 insurgents would be killed to date. In November 2004, American forces "battled" for Fallujah--apparently using phosphorus bombs that burn to the bone in the process--and considered this the period in which the largest Iraqi fighter death toll amassed. Given these numbers, nearly four Iraqi civilians have died for every one fighter; for the sake of the population, I dare not consider this "mission accomplished."

What Happens Next?

The intense and indiscriminate force used by Israel should spark not only condemnation and swift action by the international community, but fear. Dan Halutz, once the star pupil of old comatose Sharon, is already packing his suitcase for civilian duty. Ehud Olmert and Amir Peretz, however, are not going down without a fight. After the fall of Labor, and the subsequent rise and fall of Likud, Olmert and Peretz were positioned to be the new wave of Israeli politics--whether the Israeli public liked it or not. When the invasion began, morale was predictably strong, but with war comes politics, and in this case, war brought defeat.

Olmert and Peretz need a victory fast. Fighting till the bitter end before the cease-fire was implemented didn't accomplish this goal, and rather than fading into the dark dungeons of Israeli politics, they will have no other choice but to up the ante on the second phase of war. The reason for the fight? The existential threat to the state of Israel is more imminent than ever before--Olmert is even putting his West Bank convergence plan on the backburner. Furthermore, Hezbollah has been not disarmed, but rather galvanized by Israel's embarrassment, and Hezbollah must be defeated. The course of this line of thinking will take Israel no further in Lebanon than it has taken America in Iraq. One only need to point Olmert and Peretz to the people chanting and waving signs at the massive demonstrations taking place throughout the US, Europe and the Arab world: "No justice, no peace!" These words have resonance today in Lebanon, the occupied Palestinian territories, and throughout the Arab world. Unfortunately for Israel and its America ally, who hoped for a different type of "new Middle East," these words are being put into action.


Remi Kanazi is the primary writer for the political website www.PoeticInjustice.net He lives in New York City as a Palestinian American freelance writer, poet and performer and can reached via email at remroum@gmail.com.

21.08.2006.

IDF: YOU MUST DIE !!!

"[Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah] must die," a senior IDF officer told The New York Times on Friday in an interview published on Sunday "[Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah] must die"

Why?

Because Israel doesn't have idea how to face true and how to use their nazi propaganda against one who is honest, strong and normal.
To kill people like Jasin, Nasrullah is much more important then to catch Bin Laden. He is Bush America icon, not really hero.
True is that everybody has to die, but the world will not be better place before Israel senior officires stop thinking who has to die first.

16.08.2006.

Israel should pack up and go


By Nadim Shehadi

What is the logic that will emerge from this war? If Israel can exist only by destroying the neighborhood, then it's time to declare it a failed state. The Zionist dream has turned into a nightmare and is not viable. If the future holds more of the same, then the time has come to reconsider the whole project. Every state has a duty to defend its citizens, but also it has a duty to provide them with security and the two are different. The prospects are for more destruction, fanaticism, violence and hatred. No unilateral separation can isolate Israel from this, nor can the region or the world live with the consequences. This seems to be the only choice, and Israel must do itself and others a favor and go away.

The occupation of the West Bank and Gaza shows a country deprived of all humanity. The West Bank is unliveable, the population strangled into three prison clusters. Concrete barriers, barbed wires, bypass roads, human beings emerging like rats from underground tunnels, daily humiliation from hundreds of checkpoints. Gaza has been under siege since the population dared to elect Hamas, its infrastructure has been obliterated and its population has been driven to despair in what now seems like a dress rehearsal for what was to come in Lebanon.

16.08.2006.

Cold Desert blog: "Who is the Terrorist ?" - DAM

DAM: 'America, do you realize that the taxes that you pay
Feed the forces that traumatize my every living day'


"DAM is the leading Palestinian Rap Group... All three members of the group were born and grew up in the slams of Lod, a mixed Israeli town of Arabs and Jews... The music and lyrics of DAM are influenced from the effects of the continuing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as from the struggle for equality of Arab-Israeli."


Who's the terrorist?

I'm the terrorist?!
How am I the terrorist when you've taken my land?
Who's the terrorist?
You're the terrorist!
You've taken everything I own while I'm living in my homeland
You're killing us like you've killed our ancestors
You want me to go to the law?
What for?
You're the Witness, the Lawyer, and the Judge!
If you are my Judge
I'll be sentenced to death
You want us to be the minority?
To end up the majority in the cemetery?
In your dreams!
You're a Democracy?
Actually it's more like the Nazis!
Your countless raping of the Arabs’ soul
Finally impregnated it
Gave birth to your child
His name: Suicide Bomber
And then you call him the terrorist?









download !!!

15.08.2006.

colddesert blog: Ceasfire

Actually the Israeli army has failed to:

Return the two captured soldiers.
Destroy Hezbollah.
Invade Lebanon reaching Litani River.
Stop the rocket attack.

Yet, the Israeli army has succeeded in:

Killing 1000 civilians.
Displacing 1000,000 civilians.
Destroying all bridges in Lebanon
Polluting the Lebanese Sea.

etc.

14.08.2006.

Tayyar.org: Events minute by minute August 14, 2006

11:42 One person killed in cluster bomb explosion in Ansar

10:15 Residents of villages in southern Lebanon warned not to touch any strange objects

09:57 Time bomb explodes in Yohmor, injuring one person

09:53 Choking traffic near Zahrani as result of thousands of Lebanese returning to southern Lebanon

09:42 Reuters: thousands of Lebanese return to southern Lebanon after implementation of ceasefire

09:30 Israeli army announces it will continue air and sea blockade of Lebanon despite implementation of UN resolution for ceasefire

09:25 Israel announces it is pulling out of some locations it had entered in southern Lebanon

08:00 Ceasefire begins officially

07:51 Israeli air strikes target eastern Sour (Tyre)

07:45 Fierce Israeli artillery shelling on Kfar Shouba

07:43 Israeli air strike on Kayfoun hills in Mount Lebanon

07:30 Fierce Israeli artillery shelling on southern Sour (Tyre)

07:25 Warning sirens in several settlements in northern Israel

07:24 Israeli air strikes on Jouwaya, al-Ramadiyeh and Shahrour – Arzoun triangle

07:23 Israeli air strike on Sidiqeen and shelling on Ras al-Ain

07:10 Israeli air strike on Ain Bourdai in Baalbek

07:00 Javier Solana wants UN troops to be sent to Lebanon quickly

06:45 Israel attacks eastern Lebanon before start of ceasefire

04:15 Newspaper: Olmert orders Israeli army to implement ceasefire in Lebanon

03:27 Israeli army estimates 530 Hezbollah fighters killed

01:40 Israel and Hezbollah clash in fiercest battles hours before ceasefire

01:02 UN secretary general’s personal representative in Lebanon, Geir Pederson confirms, after meeting with Lebanese prime minister Fouad Siniora, that Lebanon will respect ceasefire as of 8:00 local time (5:00 GMT) on Monday morning

00:50 Forty people killed and injured tonight in Israeli air strike on Brital in Beqaa

00:42 Israeli landing attempt on Ayaat plains west of Baalbek

00:25 al-Jazeera correspondent: 25 people killed and injured in Israeli air strikes on Brital in Beqaa


13.08.2006.

Jamal's propaganda blog: Angry and Soon to be Unemployed Olmert Days 32 & 33

13 hours to go until the promised ceasefire.

Just over a month ago, a man by the name of Ehutzpanim Olmert declared war on Lebanon to send it back 20 years, to free 2 Israeli soldiers, and to destroy Hezbollah.

Instead he earned himself war criminal credentials, strengthened Hezbollah considerably, and caused damage to the Israeli army image that not even 20 years would fix. Not a very successful war, is it?

A couple of hours ago, Israeli F-16's bombed the hell out of another Beirut suburbs neighborhood. 11 high rise buildings were reduced to rubble. The scene is repeated throughout the country in a "final?" muscle flexing show of Israel's ability to destroy stuff and kill civilians. Bravo! Now someone throw Olmert a cookie, since he failed to earn a trophy or even a medal.


P.S. I want to point out that quote attributed to me in today's New York Times is a cut and paste job of different things I said during our conversation re-arranged conveniently out of context to make it "fit to print."

13.08.2006.

Tayyar.org: Events minute by minute August 13, 2006

09:46 Israeli air strikes on Arzoun and fields of Deir Dibba east of Sour (Tyre)
09:45 Two Israeli air strikes on al-Jamaliyeh north of Baalbek
09:15 Israeli air strikes on Sour (Tyre)
08:55 Hezbollah clashes with Israeli unit trying to advance to Yatar, where Israeli helicopter fell to retrieve bodies
08:20 Renewed Israeli shelling on Sour (Tyre) and Beqaa, number of civilians killed
07:52 al-Jazeera: heavy Israeli air strikes on region of Halba in northern Lebanon targets Lebanese army base and residential homes
07:15 Israeli radio: around 30,000 Israeli soldiers in Lebanon
06:40 Israeli army: 19 soldiers killed and 5 missing following first day of expanded offensive against Lebanon; over 100 soldiers killed since beginning of war
06:15 Reuters: Israeli says 19 soldiers killed in Lebanon on Saturday
02:36 UN secretary general Kofi Annan announces that presidents of Lebanon and Israel agreed to ceasefire on Monday at 5:00 GMT
02:26 Brazilian government to send airplane to Lebanon carrying food and other aid supplies for over 145,000 people
01:52 Haaretz: Israeli air strike on Palestinian refugee camp near Saida (Sidon)
01:47 Thousands of protestors demonstrate in front of White House to denounce US and Israeli policies in Middle East
01:30 UNEP begins investigation into polluting of Lebanese coast
00:50 Source from office of Israeli prime minister states that Israeli troop withdrawal from Lebanon could start in one or two weeks
00:35 Israeli army: another 4 Israeli soldiers killed in Lebanon
00:17 Death toll among Israeli soldiers rises to 16 killed, with over 100 wounded

13.08.2006.

Tayyar.org: Events minute by minute August 11, 2006

23:55 Olmert prepares Israeli government to accept UN resolution
23:10 Haaretz: Israeli army: Regardless of talks at Security Council, we will continue our military operations full force
22:56 al-Arabiya: 8 Israeli air strikes on joint security forces convoy withdrawing from Marjeyoun
22:30 al-Jazeera: 18 people killed or injured in strike on joint security forces convoy leaving Marjeyoun
22:15 Israeli spokesperson: ground offensive to start within hours
22:10 Joint security forces convoy under Israeli shelling near Kefraya crossing in western Beqaa
22:05 UN Security Council will vote on proposed resolution within hours
21:55 Proposed UN resolution:
- Does not mention article 7 but specifies role of international forces in article 6
- Does not call for ceasefire, but for cessation of all aggressive acts
- Calls on Lebanon to enforce its borders and control all crossings
- Calls on Lebanon to deploy its forces south of Litani River
21:50 UN Human Rights Council condemns Israel for its attacks on Lebanon
21:45 Israel confirms it is going ahead with expanded offensive on Lebanon
21:22 Rice shares latest draft of proposed resolution with Olmert by phone
21:10 Israeli TV: Olmert receives proposed UN resolution positively
21:05 Israeli sources: Good chance of Israel accepting proposed cease-fire
20:55 Israeli officials consider proposed resolution about Lebanon good
20:32 British foreign minister announces that agreement on resolution will be reached today
20:15 Israeli government spokesperson: proposed UN resolution unacceptable
19:41 Meeting between Berri and Hariri ends with no statements made
19:40 Rice: we hope to vote on draft resolution concerning Lebanon today
19:39 Livni: decision to expand ground offensive doesn’t rule out diplomatic solution
19:26 Red Cross ambulance targeted in Tibneen and 2 paramedics injured
19:24 Fierce Israeli airs strikes on Iqlim al-Tuffah
19:22 One Lebanese killed in Israeli shelling on Harbta in northern Beqaa
19:10 Israeli television: armoured vehicles on border prepare for wide scale offensive on Lebanon
19:01 Renewed Israeli air strikes on Southern Suburb of Beirut
18:47 Heavy Israeli shelling on Safad al-Bateekh, Baraasheet, Khirbet Silim, Shaqra, and Tibneen
18:45 Israeli representative in Security Council says that ceasefire discussions still ongoing
18:37 Reuters: food in Southern Lebanon starting to run out, and roads cut preventing delivery of aid
18:36 Welch leaves Government Serail without making any statement
18:25 AP: Olmert unsatisfied with proposed ceasefire, and calls defence minister to prepare expansion of ground offensive
18:22 Arrival of security convoy that evacuated security elements and civilians from Marjeyoun barrack to Hasbaya
18:16 Meeting ends between Welch and Siniora
18:15 Proposed draft resolution does not mention exchange of prisoners, and does not grant UNIFIL any fighting responsibilities
18:13 Lebanon receives new international draft resolution that is not based on 7th article of UN Charter; however, it also does not include any reference to Shebaa Farms
18:10 Reuters: Lebanon sees great progress made in talks with US
18:02 Two Apache helicopters circle at low altitude over Sour (Tyre)
18:01 Haaretz: 2 soldiers killed and 7 injured when their tank was hit by anti-tank rockets in southern Lebanon today
17:47 Israeli air strike on area of Ain Baal in Sour (Tyre)
17:42 al-Arabiya: Israel informed Washington that it will not automatically accept international resolution demanding ceasefire
17:30 al-Jazeera: Israel denies that Hezbollah targeted Israeli military boat
17:26 al-Jazeera: international resolution stipulates deployment of Lebanese army in southern Lebanon within 10 days
17:25 US, France and UK foreign ministers in Security Council ahead of vote
17:22 al-Jazeera: Welch discusses with Lebanese officials international resolution to strengthen UNIFIL forces
17:21 al-Jazeera: agreement close on resolution not calling for immediate disarming of Hezbollah
17:20 UN secretary general, Kofi Annan, joins deliberations preceding voting in Security Council
17:19 Lebanese defence minister Elias al-Murr: force made up of 10 nations will deploy in southern Lebanon
17:18 Haaretz: One Israeli seriously injured in rockets fire on Kiryat Shmona
17:17 Prime minister Siniora meets with parliament member Saad Hariri in Grand Serail
17:16 Israeli security source to Reuters: we intend to return 2 Lebanese taken as prisoners during confrontations with Hezbollah
17:15 Haaretz: Israel calls on Washington to speed up process of delivering anti-personnel rockets to Israeli
17:05 Israeli military boat targeted by Hezbollah on shores of Sour (Tyre) sank immediately after it was hit
17:03 Reuters: Israeli Army: we might re-enter Lebanon if United Nations force fails
16:58 Reuters: US ambassador toUnited Nations, John Bolton: we are very close to agreement on final draft resolution, and we expect voting to take place at Security Council today
16:50 Welch at Grand Serail again, promises solution that will satisfy all
16:45 Hezbollah rockets fired on Safad and Kiryat Shmona result in injuries
16:40 Reuters: Olmert faces criticism concerning war on Lebanon
16:20 al-Jazeera: Hezbollah targets Israeli military boat near Sour (Tyre) with 12 Israeli marines on board
16:15 Israeli air strikes on south of Western Beqaa, and artillery shelling on al-Khiam and outskirts of Ebil Al Saqi and Dibeen
16:05 al-Arabiya: trapped civilians and military personnel in Marjeyoun leave town
16:01 Hezbollah launches rockets on settlements of Hazeef and Kabri
15:45 Two Israeli air strikes on Tayr Diba – Burj al-Shamali- Kafra and Jbal al-Butom
15:25 Two Israeli air strikes on outskirts of western Ebil al-Saqi
15:05 Hezbollah announces launching rockets on Nahariya, Avivim and Kiryat Shmona
15:05 Hezbollah rockets fall on Kiryat Shmona
14:45 Warning sirens in Afula and al-Nasrah (Nazareth)
14:35 Fires break out in Upper Galilee
13:33 Renewed Israeli shelling on Southern Suburb of Beirut
13:26 EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana arrives in Beirut Airport
13:24 Israeli surveillance plane targets motorcycle rider on Zrariyeh – al-Kharayeb main road
13:15 Four storey building demolished by Israeli shelling on Markaba – Hay al-Husseini
13:00 Israeli air strike on Bareesh, eastern Sour (Tyre)
12:46 Israeli air strike on al-Ruwais area in Southern Suburb of Beirut
12:40 Israeli air strike on Bir al-Abed in Southern Suburb of Beirut
12:28 Israeli airplanes circle repeatedly over Southern Suburb of Beirut
12:16 French foreign minister Philippe Douste-Blazy, heads to New York to join discussions on Lebanon
12:08 Renewed Israeli shelling on Southern Suburb of Beirut
11:57 Fouad Siniora meets with US sssistant secretary of state David Welch in Grand Serail
11:38 Israeli air strikes on al-Kfour in southern Lebanon destroys municipality building completely
11:36 Hezbollah says it killed and injured 15 Israeli soldiers in clashes in Aita al-Shaab
11:25 Israeli air strikes on areas between al-Numairiyeh, al-Sharqiyeh and Jabal al-Rafi’
11:24 Israeli air strikes on Qana, Sidiqeen and Hanawiyeh
11:23 Israeli air strikes on edges of al-Zrariyeh, Aaba, Ansar and al-Breiqe’
11:13 Fierce clashes on edges of Rashaya
11:12 Israeli artillery shelling on Kfar Hamam, Rashaya al-Fukhar and Kfar Shouba
11:02 Two people killed and several injured in Israeli air strike on Maqna in Baalbek
10:40 New round of Hezbollah rockets fall on Haifa, two people injured
10:27 Haaretz: Israeli forces capture 350 Lebanese in Marjeyoun
10:25 Marjeyoun Hospital evacuated of staff and patients
10:22 Israeli pamphlets dropped over Sour (Tyre)
10:21 Israeli pamphlets dropped over Beirut incite against Hezbollah
10:20 Explosions heard in Haifa
10:16 Israeli airplanes drop pamphlets over Ain Mreisseh in Beirut
10:15 Lebanese army soldier killed when Israeli air strike targets civilian car in Baalbek
10:08 Rockets fall on Nahariya, warning sirens in Haifa and western Galilee
09:55 Israeli air strike on mobile bridge between Drous and Brital 09:53 Israeli air strike on main road between Maqna and Younin
09:37 Israeli air strike on Maqna road in Baalbek
09:35 Fierce Israeli shelling on Bayt Yahoun and outskirts, and Israeli air strikes on Tibneen
09:31 Security sources: personnel from police stations in Mais al-Jabal, al-Aadayseh and Houla will be moved to Nabatiyeh
09:24 Two Israeli air strikes on truck in middle of Baalbek
09:22 Israeli forces agree to evacuation of joint security forces officers and soldiers from Marjeyoun barracks
09:18 Israeli air strike on Ain Bourdai, south of Baalbek, targets petrol station
08:56 UN forces begin to evacuate security forces from Marjeyoun barracks
08:05 UN forces enter Marjeyoun barracks
07:20 Reuters: Israeli ambassador to UN rejects Russian request for 72 hour humanitarian ceasefire
07:10 Two Israeli air strikes on Ras al-Ain in Sour (Tyre)
06:50 Death toll of Israeli air strike on al-Hissa bridge in Akkar rises to 12 killed
06:40 Israeli air strike on Iqlim al-Tuffah
06:32 Four Israeli air strikes on Zahrani bridge
06:25 Israeli air strike on al-Mansouri valley and al-Ma’aliyeh south of Sour (Tyre)
06:18 Nine killed and 11 wounded in Israeli air strikes on al-Hissa bridge in Akkar
06:14 Israeli air strikes on al-Masnaa road on border crossing with Syria
06:10 Israeli air strikes on city center of Sour (Tyre)
06:09 Israeli shelling on Baalbek – Homs road
06:08 Israeli air strike targets bridge in al-Hissa Akkar, resulting in number of people killed and wounded
05:45 Continued fierce Israeli shelling on Southern Suburb of Beirut and edges of al-Shiyah
04:55 Israeli air strikes on Southern Suburb of Beirut
02:58 John Bolton: no agreement yet on resolution and hope to reach agreement on Friday
02:25 Lebanon rejects US-French resolution as it fails to include demand for immediate ceasefire
02:01 Russia demands 72 hour humanitarian ceasefire from UN Security Council
01:45 Russian ambassador to UN: failure in discussions to reach UN resolution on Lebanon
01:25 US ambassador to UN, John Bolton, announced that diplomatic debate ongoing to arrive at final UN resolution on Lebanon, noting that some issues were still unresolved
00:25 Brazilian foreign ministry announces foreign minister Celso Amorim will travel to Lebanon on August 15 to meet with officials and present them with 5.2 tons of medicine
00:20 Italian correspondents in Middle East called for immediate ceasefire between Hezbollah and Israel, to put end to what they called “uncontrolled madness” and “indescribable human suffering”
00:10 International Federation of Human Rights Organizations, NGOs from Mediterranean countries, and Central European Human Rights Network announced sending of emergency mission to Lebanon
00:07 Haaretz: Israeli forces arrest 350 Lebanese in Marjeyoun

13.08.2006.

Rosemary Menzies: The Old Bridge (Mostar)

You will not stand
on the Old Bridge again.
The many many times
have gone.

There’s a wire rope now
loose planks and fear
thirty metres into the air
above the green Neretva.

The symbolism is different now –
the meeting of east and west
a drowned thing, blown apart.

This new taut life line
straddles two broken worlds
and cliffs, bricks, clay
all crumble down the sides
into the green Neretva.

Today in the Square
a clown has come –
a bridge of sorts
to make them laugh;

short-lived, and yet a start
where life hangs on any thread
and the spirit refused to die.

Sept 1994

Rosemary Menzies, teacher and writer, Auckland, New Zealand
Title: The Old Bridge (Mostar), Sept 1994
Source: Poems for Bosnia - Pjesme za Bosnu (bilingual), translation from English: Miloš Đurđević
Publisher: Author and Illyria Press, New Zealand, 1995


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