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Welcome to, formerly known as.Womens Liberation Front.  A website that hopes to draw and keeps your attention for  both the global 21th. century 3rd. feminist revolutution as well and a selection of special feminist artists and writers.

This online magazine will be published evey month and started February 1st. 2019. Thank you for your time and interest.

Gino d'Artali
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                                                                                                            CRYFREEDOM 2019/2020

The Palestine/US journalist Shireen Abu Akleh aka 'Jazeerian' shot through the head and slaughtered by an Israeli sniper.

Update: <<Arab League calls on the world to stop Israel's violations on children....May 29, 2023
<<Shireen Abu Akleh: friends and family visit resting place one year on ....May 13, 2023
<<Gaza: Israel confesses to intentionally killing children to pressure resistance....May 13, 2023
<<Shireen Abu Akleh personified truth to power .... May 14, 2023
Al Jazeera takes journalist's 'brutal' killing to ICC.... May 14, 2023  
Al Jazeera commemorates 100 days since Abu Akleh's killing.....
August 18, 2020...
The aftermath part 4 12 July-29 June 2022
The aftermath part 3 29 June-31 May 2022

The assasination.
14-11 May 2022
International press:
The Palestine/US journalist Shireen Abu Akleh aka 'Jazeerian' shot through the head and slaughtered by an Israeli sniper.


The aftermath.
International press:
Part 2: 27-13 May 2022
<<Al Jazeera}Mubasher
May 27 2022
'Vice President of the Qatari <Shura>: Sherine’s assassination is an attempt to silence the voice of truth and free speech.

Part 1: 11-18 may 2022
<Arwa Mahdawi
Shireen Abu Akleh was a lifeline for Palestinians – and her killing has shaken us to the core.>




Al Jazeera
18 Aug 2022
<<Al Jazeera commemorates 100 days since Abu Akleh's killing
Vigils held at Al Jazeera Media Network offices for veteran journalist amid calls for accountability over her shooting.
Al Jazeera Media Network (AJMN) has held a series of events to mark 100 days since the killing of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
Thursday's solidarity vigils took place at the network's headquarters in the Qatari capital of Doha and across its offices around the world. Dozens of AJMN employees participated in the events. Abu Akleh was shot dead by an Israeli sniper on May 11 while covering Israeli army raids in the city of Jenin in the northern occupied West Bank.
In a statement, AJMN called on <all international human rights and press freedom organisations, governments, journalists, and influencers to focus efforts on Thursday, August 18 by demanding justice for Shireen and accountability for her killers>. <Al Jazeera Media Network renews its pledge to Shireen's family and colleagues around the world, that it remains committed to her cause and relentless in its efforts to ensure justice for Shireen,' the network's statement said. AJMN’s main commemorative event took place at the Al Jazeera Arabic studios in the Qatari capital shortly after 2pm local time (11:00 GMT). Mohamed Krichen, an Al Jazeera Arabic news anchor, said the vigil was evidence that the network would not <forget> Abu Akleh's killing, which he described as a <crime>.
<We know who did it and … we want justice,> Krichen said.
'Shireen was special'
Al Jazeera has described Abu Akleh's death as a <blatant murder> that violates <international laws and norms> and said that she was <assassinated in cold blood>. The network has pledged to submit a case to the International Criminal Court (ICC) at The Hague to inves-tigate her killing. Al Jazeera's Nida Ibrahim, reporting from Jenin, said some of the veteran reporter's colleagues in the occupied West Bank had marked the 100-day anniversary of her death by visiting the site of her shooting for the first time. <It has been very difficult, we have seen some of them crying, and others hiding their tears … there is a state of denial, and trauma,> Ibrahim said. <So many investigations have shown there is no other possibility [other than] that Israeli forces were the ones who shot and killed Shireen, but 100 days [later] there has still been no accountability,> she added.
Walid al-Omari, Al Jazeera's Jerusalem bureau chief, called for the pursuit of justice for Abu Akleh to continue <no matter how long it takes>.
<Shireen was a daughter of Palestine and Al Jazeera, she was special in her work,> he said at a vigil held in Jenin.>>
Source: Al Jazeera
A video is embedded


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