Stop Israeli Crimes Financed by the US - Not in Our Name

Barbara Lyons, World Can't Wait Chicago Chapter | July 3, 2016


blyonsI am here today representing World Can’t Wait.  Our nation-wide organization was formed to mobilize to stop the “war OF terror” launched by the Bush regime, and we have been fighting ever since against the ever-expanding US wars and the torture and repression they bring down on people around the world.  We believe in putting Humanity and the Planet First and that ALL human life is valuable, not just American lives. And we will be bringing this message to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in just a few weeks!


Professor Fired for Tweeting Against the Massacre in Gaza

Chicago Chapter of World Can't Wait | September 17, 2014

Protests Demand Steven Salaita be Rehired

In the first week of August, Steven Salaita was fired from his position as an associate professor in the American Indian Studies program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC, the flagship public university of the state) for tweets expressing outrage over Israel’s attack on Gaza and those supporting it.


Watch #Gazawebcast

August 14, 2014

Stop Israel’s Ongoing War Crimes Against the People of Gaza

On August 5, World Can't Wait put out a call to Stop Israel's War Crimes & Crimes Against Humanity on the People of Gaza.

The mission was to bring the reality of what Operation "Protective Edge" did to the people of Gaza, and why this rose to the level of "war crimes;" to expose the role of the United States in fully backing Israel politically and militarily; and to challenge all watching to bring forth resistance to stop these crimes that is much more broad, diverse, and determined.

Speakers from the U.S. and around the world made great efforts to contribute, and powerfully amplify the call.

Recorded at Cooper Union in NYC.

Watch now...

Announcing Important Event for Gaza: Next Thursday August 14

Debra Sweet | August 7, 2014

Announcing an important event. We are scheduling it on an urgent basis.  Your help is needed to build it, and to be in the house Thursday evening.

We are pulling together compelling, authoritative speakers and artists, including voices from Gaza for:

Thursday August 14 at 7pm
Great Hall of The Cooper Union, New York City
Facebook Event
Stop Israel’s Ongoing War Crimes Against the People of Gaza


Library Rethinks Decision to Disinvite Noted Palestinian Scholar

World Can't Wait — Chicago | August 6, 2014

Ali Abunimah's reading of "The Battle for Justice in Palestine" will occur as planned on Monday, August 11 at 7 pm.


To Neighbors for Peace, for standing up to the Evanston (IL) Public Library (EPL) when their scheduled event featuring author Ali Abunimah was suddenly canceled.


The Genocide of Arab People

Elizabeth Cook | July 31, 2014

We are not making these decisions, yet we reside within the country
that is.

Perhaps you are one of those on Facebook that has seen the constant stream of photos of injured or dead  Palestinian children, usually with their heads blown off, images streamed from Palestine. Or perhaps you are one who marched against both Iraq wars; or perhaps you are researching, following, and trying to influence folks on the revolution in Syria.


Stopping Incremental Genocide in Gaza

Debra Sweet | July 30, 2014

War Crimes Must Be StoppedMonday, I participated in a discussion led by Alan Goodman of (Revolution Newspaper), whose most recent article on the bombing of a schoolyard in Gaza last weekend, where 16 children were killed, concludes:

If systematically murdering desperate women, children, and other refugees who have taken shelter at UN schools isn’t a war crime, what is?!


Challenging Israel's Crimes on Campus: A Breath of Fresh Air in a Stifling Academic Environment

Alan Goodman | July 22, 2014

For decades, criticism of Israel in U.S. society has been marginalized, subjected to threats, censored, and banned.

Many of the more prominent critics of Israel have been forced out of their positions in academia, including from Northwestern, Bard, and Columbia University.


We Want It to Stop

Gaza City.

On November 15, 2012, day three of the recent eight day bombardment of Gaza, Ahmed Basyouni and his family were watching news of the attacks on TV in their home in the eastern section of Beit Hanoun. He and his wife assured his older children that they would be safe because they lived in a calm area where there are no fighters. Two of his younger sons were asleep in the next room.  While they were talking, at approximately 10:35 pm, the Israeli Air Force fired three rockets from a U.S.-provided F-16 bomber into a nearby olive grove.  Ahmed’s house rocked, all his windows shattered, electricity went out plunging the family in darkness, and Ahmed’s fifteen year old son Nader screamed  from the next room that his brother was dead.


New York City: Be at Grand Central Monday - Gaza"Freeze" Protest

Grand Central Memorial for Gaza Victims of Israeli Missiles

Monday November 26 

Meet up at 5 pm at the NW corner of Lexington and 42nd St.  Enter Grand Central at 5:30 pm

Wear black.  Head scarves encouraged. Details at the Meet-Up.



Israel's Murderous Assault on the People in Gaza... And the Need to Oppose These Crimes NOW

by Alan Goodman

At this writing, a brutal wave of targeted and indiscriminate killing, destruction, and terror is being rained down on the Palestinian people in Gaza by Israel—an operation the Israelis are calling "Pillar of Defense." Health officials in Gaza say 46 people have been killed and 440 people wounded so far in the attacks.



World Can't Wait mobilizes people living in the United States to stand up and stop war on the world, repression and torture carried out by the US government. We take action, regardless of which political party holds power, to expose the crimes of our government, from war crimes to systematic mass incarceration, and to put humanity and the planet first.