Texas Zip Code

Zip CodeCityCounty
73301AustinTravis
73344AustinTravis
75001AddisonDallas
75002AllenCollin
75006CarrolltonDallas
75007CarrolltonDenton
75009CelinaCollin
75010CarrolltonDenton
75011CarrolltonDallas
75013AllenCollin
75014IrvingDallas
75015IrvingDallas
75016IrvingDallas
75017IrvingDallas
75019CoppellDallas
75020DenisonGrayson
75021DenisonGrayson
75022Flower MoundDenton
75023PlanoCollin
75024PlanoCollin
75025PlanoCollin
75026PlanoCollin
75027Flower MoundDenton
75028Flower MoundDenton
75029LewisvilleDenton
75030RowlettDallas
75032RockwallRockwall
75034FriscoDenton
75035FriscoCollin
75037IrvingDallas
75038IrvingDallas
75039IrvingDallas
75040GarlandDallas
75041GarlandDallas
75042GarlandDallas
75043GarlandDallas
75044GarlandDallas
75045GarlandDallas
75046GarlandDallas
75047GarlandDallas
75048SachseDallas
75049GarlandDallas
75050Grand PrairieDallas
75051Grand PrairieDallas
75052Grand PrairieDallas
75053Grand PrairieDallas
75054Grand PrairieDallas
75056The ColonyDenton
75057LewisvilleDenton
75058GunterGrayson
75060IrvingDallas
75061IrvingDallas
75062IrvingDallas
75063IrvingDallas
75065Lake DallasDenton
75067LewisvilleDenton
75068Little ElmDenton
75069MckinneyCollin
75070MckinneyCollin
75071MckinneyCollin
75074PlanoCollin
75075PlanoCollin
75076PottsboroGrayson
75077LewisvilleDenton
75078ProsperCollin
75080RichardsonDallas
75081RichardsonDallas
75082RichardsonDallas
75083RichardsonDallas
75085RichardsonDallas
75086PlanoCollin
75087RockwallRockwall
75088RowlettDallas
75089RowlettDallas
75090ShermanGrayson
75091ShermanGrayson
75092ShermanGrayson
75093PlanoCollin
75094PlanoCollin
75097WestonCollin
75098WylieCollin
75099CoppellDallas
75101BardwellEllis
75102BarryNavarro
75103CantonVan Zandt
75104Cedar HillDallas
75105ChatfieldNavarro
75106Cedar HillDallas
75109CorsicanaNavarro
75110CorsicanaNavarro
75114CrandallKaufman
75115DesotoDallas
75116DuncanvilleDallas
75117EdgewoodVan Zandt
75118ElmoKaufman
75119EnnisEllis
75120EnnisEllis
75121CopevilleCollin
75123DesotoDallas
75124EustaceHenderson
75125FerrisEllis
75126ForneyKaufman
75127FruitvaleVan Zandt
75132FateRockwall
75134LancasterDallas
75135Caddo MillsHunt
75137DuncanvilleDallas
75138DuncanvilleDallas
75140Grand SalineVan Zandt
75141HutchinsDallas
75142KaufmanKaufman
75143KempKaufman
75144KerensNavarro
75146LancasterDallas
75147MabankKaufman
75148MalakoffHenderson
75149MesquiteDallas
75150MesquiteDallas
75151CorsicanaNavarro
75152PalmerEllis
75153PowellNavarro
75154Red OakEllis
75155RiceNavarro
75156MabankHenderson
75157RosserKaufman
75158ScurryKaufman
75159SeagovilleDallas
75160TerrellKaufman
75161TerrellKaufman
75163TrinidadHenderson
75164JosephineCollin
75165WaxahachieEllis
75166LavonCollin
75167WaxahachieEllis
75168WaxahachieEllis
75169Wills PointVan Zandt
75172WilmerDallas
75173NevadaCollin
75180MesquiteDallas
75181MesquiteDallas
75182SunnyvaleDallas
75185MesquiteDallas
75187MesquiteDallas
75189Royse CityRockwall
75201DallasDallas
75202DallasDallas
75203DallasDallas
75204DallasDallas
75205DallasDallas
75206DallasDallas
75207DallasDallas
75208DallasDallas
75209DallasDallas
75210DallasDallas
75211DallasDallas
75212DallasDallas
75214DallasDallas
75215DallasDallas
75216DallasDallas
75217DallasDallas
75218DallasDallas
75219DallasDallas
75220DallasDallas
75221DallasDallas
75222DallasDallas
75223DallasDallas
75224DallasDallas
75225DallasDallas
75226DallasDallas
75227DallasDallas
75228DallasDallas
75229DallasDallas
75230DallasDallas
75231DallasDallas
75232DallasDallas
75233DallasDallas
75234DallasDallas
75235DallasDallas
75236DallasDallas
75237DallasDallas
75238DallasDallas
75240DallasDallas
75241DallasDallas
75242DallasDallas
75243DallasDallas
75244DallasDallas
75245DallasDallas
75246DallasDallas
75247DallasDallas
75248DallasDallas
75249DallasDallas
75250DallasDallas
75251DallasDallas
75252DallasCollin
75253DallasDallas
75254DallasDallas
75258DallasDallas
75260DallasDallas
75261DallasDallas
75262DallasDallas
75263DallasDallas
75264DallasDallas
75265DallasDallas
75266DallasDallas
75267DallasDallas
75270DallasDallas
75275DallasDallas
75277DallasDallas
75283DallasDallas
75284DallasDallas
75285DallasDallas
75286DallasDallas
75287DallasCollin
75301DallasDallas
75303DallasDallas
75310DallasDallas
75312DallasDallas
75313DallasDallas
75315DallasDallas
75320DallasDallas
75323DallasDallas
75326DallasDallas
75334DallasDallas
75336DallasDallas
75339DallasDallas
75340DallasDallas
75342DallasDallas
75343DallasDallas
75344DallasDallas
75353DallasDallas
75354DallasDallas
75355DallasDallas
75356DallasDallas
75357DallasDallas
75358DallasDallas
75359DallasDallas
75360DallasDallas
75363DallasDallas
75364DallasDallas
75367DallasDallas
75368DallasDallas
75370DallasDallas
75371DallasDallas
75372DallasDallas
75373DallasDallas
75374DallasDallas
75376DallasDallas
75378DallasDallas
75379DallasDallas
75380DallasDallas
75381DallasDallas
75382DallasDallas
75386DallasDallas
75387DallasDallas
75388DallasDallas
75389DallasDallas
75390DallasDallas
75391DallasDallas
75392DallasDallas
75393DallasDallas
75394DallasDallas
75395DallasDallas
75396DallasDallas
75397DallasDallas
75398DallasDallas
75401GreenvilleHunt
75402GreenvilleHunt
75403GreenvilleHunt
75404GreenvilleHunt
75407PrincetonCollin
75409AnnaCollin
75410AlbaWood
75411Arthur CityLamar
75412BagwellRed River
75413BaileyFannin
75414BellsGrayson
75415Ben FranklinDelta
75416BlossomLamar
75417BogataRed River
75418BonhamFannin
75420BrashearHopkins
75421BrookstonLamar
75422CampbellHunt
75423CelesteHunt
75424Blue RidgeCollin
75425ChicotaLamar
75426ClarksvilleRed River
75428CommerceHunt
75429CommerceHunt
75431ComoHopkins
75432CooperDelta
75433CumbyHopkins
75434CunninghamLamar
75435DeportLamar
75436DetroitRed River
75437DikeHopkins
75438Dodd CityFannin
75439EctorFannin
75440EmoryRains
75441EnloeDelta
75442FarmersvilleCollin
75443GoberFannin
75444GoldenWood
75446Honey GroveFannin
75447IvanhoeFannin
75448KlondikeDelta
75449LadoniaFannin
75450Lake CreekDelta
75451LeesburgCamp
75452LeonardFannin
75453Lone OakHunt
75454MelissaCollin
75455Mount PleasantTitus
75456Mount PleasantTitus
75457Mount VernonFranklin
75458MeritHunt
75459HoweGrayson
75460ParisLamar
75461ParisLamar
75462ParisLamar
75468PattonvilleLamar
75469Pecan GapDelta
75470PettyLamar
75471PicktonHopkins
75472PointRains
75473PowderlyLamar
75474QuinlanHunt
75475RandolphFannin
75476RavennaFannin
75477RoxtonLamar
75478SaltilloHopkins
75479SavoyFannin
75480ScrogginsFranklin
75481Sulphur BluffHopkins
75482Sulphur SpringsHopkins
75483Sulphur SpringsHopkins
75485WestminsterCollin
75486SumnerLamar
75487TalcoFranklin
75488TelephoneFannin
75489Tom BeanGrayson
75490TrentonFannin
75491WhitewrightGrayson
75492WindomFannin
75493WinfieldTitus
75494WinnsboroWood
75495Van AlstyneGrayson
75496Wolfe CityHunt
75497YantisWood
75501TexarkanaBowie
75503TexarkanaBowie
75504TexarkanaBowie
75505TexarkanaBowie
75507TexarkanaBowie
75550AnnonaRed River
75551AtlantaCass
75554AveryRed River
75555BivinsCass
75556BloomburgCass
75558CookvilleTitus
75559De KalbBowie
75560DouglassvilleCass
75561HooksBowie
75562KildareCass
75563LindenCass
75564LodiMarion
75565Mc LeodCass
75566MariettaCass
75567MaudBowie
75568NaplesMorris
75569NashBowie
75570New BostonBowie
75571OmahaMorris
75572Queen CityCass
75573RedwaterBowie
75574SimmsBowie
75599TexarkanaBowie
75601LongviewGregg
75602LongviewGregg
75603LongviewGregg
75604LongviewGregg
75605LongviewGregg
75606LongviewGregg
75607LongviewGregg
75608LongviewGregg
75615LongviewGregg
75630AvingerCass
75631BeckvillePanola
75633CarthagePanola
75636CasonMorris
75637ClaytonPanola
75638DaingerfieldMorris
75639De BerryPanola
75640DianaUpshur
75641EastonGregg
75642Elysian FieldsHarrison
75643GaryPanola
75644GilmerUpshur
75645GilmerUpshur
75647GladewaterGregg
75650HallsvilleHarrison
75651HarletonHarrison
75652HendersonRusk
75653HendersonRusk
75654HendersonRusk
75656Hughes SpringsCass
75657JeffersonMarion
75658JoinervilleRusk
75659JonesvilleHarrison
75660JudsonGregg
75661KarnackHarrison
75662KilgoreGregg
75663KilgoreGregg
75666Laird HillRusk
75667LanevilleRusk
75668Lone StarMorris
75669Long BranchPanola
75670MarshallHarrison
75671MarshallHarrison
75672MarshallHarrison
75680MindenRusk
75681Mount EnterpriseRusk
75682New LondonRusk
75683Ore CityUpshur
75684OvertonRusk
75685PanolaPanola
75686PittsburgCamp
75687PriceRusk
75688ScottsvilleHarrison
75689Selman CityRusk
75691TatumRusk
75692WaskomHarrison
75693White OakGregg
75694WoodlawnHarrison
75701TylerSmith
75702TylerSmith
75703TylerSmith
75704TylerSmith
75705TylerSmith
75706TylerSmith
75707TylerSmith
75708TylerSmith
75709TylerSmith
75710TylerSmith
75711TylerSmith
75712TylerSmith
75713TylerSmith
75750ArpSmith
75751AthensHenderson
75752AthensHenderson
75754Ben WheelerVan Zandt
75755Big SandyUpshur
75756BrownsboroHenderson
75757BullardSmith
75758ChandlerHenderson
75759CuneyCherokee
75760CushingNacogdoches
75762FlintSmith
75763FrankstonAnderson
75764GallatinCherokee
75765HawkinsWood
75766JacksonvilleCherokee
75770LarueHenderson
75771LindaleSmith
75772MaydelleCherokee
75773MineolaWood
75778MurchisonHenderson
75779NechesAnderson
75780New SummerfieldCherokee
75782PoynorHenderson
75783QuitmanWood
75784ReklawCherokee
75785RuskCherokee
75788SaculNacogdoches
75789TroupSmith
75790VanVan Zandt
75791WhitehouseSmith
75792WinonaSmith
75797Big SandyUpshur
75798TylerSmith
75799TylerSmith
75801PalestineAnderson
75802PalestineAnderson
75803PalestineAnderson
75831BuffaloLeon
75832CayugaAnderson
75833CentervilleLeon
75834CentraliaTrinity
75835CrockettHouston
75838DonieFreestone
75839ElkhartAnderson
75840FairfieldFreestone
75844GrapelandHouston
75845GrovetonTrinity
75846JewettLeon
75847KennardHouston
75848KirvinFreestone
75849LatexoHouston
75850LeonaLeon
75851LoveladyHouston
75852MidwayMadison
75853MontalbaAnderson
75855OakwoodLeon
75856PenningtonTrinity
75858RatcliffHouston
75859StreetmanFreestone
75860TeagueFreestone
75861Tennessee ColonyAnderson
75862TrinityTrinity
75865WoodlakeTrinity
75880Tennessee ColonyAnderson
75882PalestineAnderson
75884Tennessee ColonyAnderson
75886Tennessee ColonyAnderson
75901LufkinAngelina
75902LufkinAngelina
75903LufkinAngelina
75904LufkinAngelina
75915LufkinAngelina
75925AltoCherokee
75926Apple SpringsTrinity
75928Bon WierNewton
75929BroaddusSan Augustine
75930BronsonSabine
75931BrookelandJasper
75932BurkevilleNewton
75933CallNewton
75934CamdenPolk
75935CenterShelby
75936ChesterTyler
75937ChirenoNacogdoches
75938ColmesneilTyler
75939CorriganPolk
75941DibollAngelina
75942DoucetteTyler
75943DouglassNacogdoches
75944EtoileNacogdoches
75946GarrisonNacogdoches
75948HemphillSabine
75949HuntingtonAngelina
75951JasperJasper
75954JoaquinShelby
75956KirbyvilleJasper
75958MartinsvilleNacogdoches
75959MilamSabine
75960MoscowPolk
75961NacogdochesNacogdoches
75962NacogdochesNacogdoches
75963NacogdochesNacogdoches
75964NacogdochesNacogdoches
75965NacogdochesNacogdoches
75966NewtonNewton
75968PinelandSabine
75969PollokAngelina
75972San AugustineSan Augustine
75973ShelbyvilleShelby
75974TenahaShelby
75975TimpsonShelby
75976WellsCherokee
75977WiergateNewton
75978WodenNacogdoches
75979WoodvilleTyler
75980ZavallaAngelina
75990WoodvilleTyler
76001ArlingtonTarrant
76002ArlingtonTarrant
76003ArlingtonTarrant
76004ArlingtonTarrant
76005ArlingtonTarrant
76006ArlingtonTarrant
76007ArlingtonTarrant
76008AledoParker
76009AlvaradoJohnson
76010ArlingtonTarrant
76011ArlingtonTarrant
76012ArlingtonTarrant
76013ArlingtonTarrant
76014ArlingtonTarrant
76015ArlingtonTarrant
76016ArlingtonTarrant
76017ArlingtonTarrant
76018ArlingtonTarrant
76019ArlingtonTarrant
76020AzleTarrant
76021BedfordTarrant
76022BedfordTarrant
76023BoydWise
76028BurlesonJohnson
76031CleburneJohnson
76033CleburneJohnson
76034ColleyvilleTarrant
76035CressonHood
76036CrowleyTarrant
76039EulessTarrant
76040EulessTarrant
76041ForrestonEllis
76043Glen RoseSomervell
76044GodleyJohnson
76048GranburyHood
76049GranburyHood
76050GrandviewJohnson
76051GrapevineTarrant
76052HasletTarrant
76053HurstTarrant
76054HurstTarrant
76055ItascaHill
76058JoshuaJohnson
76059KeeneJohnson
76060KennedaleTarrant
76061LillianJohnson
76063MansfieldTarrant
76064MaypearlEllis
76065MidlothianEllis
76066MillsapParker
76067Mineral WellsPalo Pinto
76068Mineral WellsPalo Pinto
76070NemoSomervell
76071NewarkWise
76073ParadiseWise
76077RainbowSomervell
76078RhomeWise
76082SpringtownParker
76084VenusJohnson
76085WeatherfordParker
76086WeatherfordParker
76087WeatherfordParker
76088WeatherfordParker
76092SouthlakeTarrant
76093Rio VistaJohnson
76094ArlingtonTarrant
76095BedfordTarrant
76096ArlingtonTarrant
76097BurlesonJohnson
76098AzleParker
76099GrapevineTarrant
76101Fort WorthTarrant
76102Fort WorthTarrant
76103Fort WorthTarrant
76104Fort WorthTarrant
76105Fort WorthTarrant
76106Fort WorthTarrant
76107Fort WorthTarrant
76108Fort WorthTarrant
76109Fort WorthTarrant
76110Fort WorthTarrant
76111Fort WorthTarrant
76112Fort WorthTarrant
76113Fort WorthTarrant
76114Fort WorthTarrant
76115Fort WorthTarrant
76116Fort WorthTarrant
76117Haltom CityTarrant
76118Fort WorthTarrant
76119Fort WorthTarrant
76120Fort WorthTarrant
76121Fort WorthTarrant
76122Fort WorthTarrant
76123Fort WorthTarrant
76124Fort WorthTarrant
76126Fort WorthTarrant
76127Naval Air Station/ JrbTarrant
76129Fort WorthTarrant
76130Fort WorthTarrant
76131Fort WorthTarrant
76132Fort WorthTarrant
76133Fort WorthTarrant
76134Fort WorthTarrant
76135Fort WorthTarrant
76136Fort WorthTarrant
76137Fort WorthTarrant
76140Fort WorthTarrant
76147Fort WorthTarrant
76148Fort WorthTarrant
76150Fort WorthTarrant
76155Fort WorthTarrant
76161Fort WorthTarrant
76162Fort WorthTarrant
76163Fort WorthTarrant
76164Fort WorthTarrant
76177Fort WorthTarrant
76179Fort WorthTarrant
76180North Richland HillsTarrant
76181Fort WorthTarrant
76182North Richland HillsTarrant
76185Fort WorthTarrant
76191Fort WorthTarrant
76192Fort WorthTarrant
76193Fort WorthTarrant
76195Fort WorthTarrant
76196Fort WorthTarrant
76197Fort WorthTarrant
76198Fort WorthTarrant
76199Fort WorthTarrant
76201DentonDenton
76202DentonDenton
76203DentonDenton
76204DentonDenton
76205DentonDenton
76206DentonDenton
76207DentonDenton
76208DentonDenton
76209DentonDenton
76210DentonDenton
76225AlvordWise
76226ArgyleDenton
76227AubreyDenton
76228BellevueClay
76230BowieMontague
76233CollinsvilleGrayson
76234DecaturWise
76238EraCooke
76239ForestburgMontague
76240GainesvilleCooke
76241GainesvilleCooke
76244KellerTarrant
76245GordonvilleGrayson
76246GreenwoodWise
76247JustinDenton
76248KellerTarrant
76249KrumDenton
76250LindsayCooke
76251MontagueMontague
76252MuensterCooke
76253MyraCooke
76255NoconaMontague
76258Pilot PointDenton
76259PonderDenton
76261RinggoldMontague
76262RoanokeDenton
76263RosstonCooke
76264SadlerGrayson
76265Saint JoMontague
76266SangerDenton
76267SlidellWise
76268SouthmaydGrayson
76270SunsetMontague
76271TiogaGrayson
76272Valley ViewCooke
76273WhitesboroGrayson
76299RoanokeDenton
76301Wichita FallsWichita
76302Wichita FallsWichita
76305Wichita FallsWichita
76306Wichita FallsWichita
76307Wichita FallsWichita
76308Wichita FallsWichita
76309Wichita FallsWichita
76310Wichita FallsWichita
76311Sheppard AfbWichita
76351Archer CityArcher
76352BluegroveClay
76354BurkburnettWichita
76357ByersClay
76360ElectraWichita
76363GoreeKnox
76364HarroldWilbarger
76365HenriettaClay
76366HollidayArcher
76367Iowa ParkWichita
76369KamayWichita
76370MegargelArcher
76371MundayKnox
76372NewcastleYoung
76373OklaunionWilbarger
76374OlneyYoung
76377PetroliaClay
76379ScotlandArcher
76380SeymourBaylor
76384VernonWilbarger
76385VernonWilbarger
76388WeinertHaskell
76389WindthorstArcher
76401StephenvilleErath
76402StephenvilleErath
76424BreckenridgeStephens
76426BridgeportWise
76427BrysonJack
76429CaddoStephens
76430AlbanyShackelford
76431ChicoWise
76432BlanketBrown
76433Bluff DaleErath
76435CarbonEastland
76436CarltonHamilton
76437CiscoEastland
76439DennisParker
76442ComancheComanche
76443Cross PlainsCallahan
76444De LeonComanche
76445DesdemonaEastland
76446DublinErath
76448EastlandEastland
76449GrafordPalo Pinto
76450GrahamYoung
76452EnergyComanche
76453GordonPalo Pinto
76454GormanEastland
76455GustineComanche
76457HicoHamilton
76458JacksboroJack
76459JermynJack
76460LovingYoung
76461LinglevilleErath
76462LipanHood
76463MingusPalo Pinto
76464MoranShackelford
76465Morgan MillErath
76466OldenEastland
76467PaluxyHood
76468ProctorComanche
76469PutnamCallahan
76470RangerEastland
76471Rising StarEastland
76472SantoPalo Pinto
76474SidneyComanche
76475StrawnPalo Pinto
76476TolarHood
76481South BendYoung
76483ThrockmortonThrockmorton
76484Palo PintoPalo Pinto
76485PeasterParker
76486PerrinJack
76487PoolvilleParker
76490WhittParker
76491WoodsonThrockmorton
76501TempleBell
76502TempleBell
76503TempleBell
76504TempleBell
76505TempleBell
76508TempleBell
76511BartlettBell
76513BeltonBell
76518BuckholtsMilam
76519BurlingtonMilam
76520CameronMilam
76522Copperas CoveCoryell
76523DavillaMilam
76524EddyMclennan
76525EvantCoryell
76526FlatCoryell
76527FlorenceWilliamson
76528GatesvilleCoryell
76530GrangerWilliamson
76531HamiltonHamilton
76533HeidenheimerBell
76534HollandBell
76537JarrellWilliamson
76538JonesboroCoryell
76539KempnerLampasas
76540KilleenBell
76541KilleenBell
76542KilleenBell
76543KilleenBell
76544KilleenBell
76545KilleenBell
76546KilleenBell
76547KilleenBell
76548Harker HeightsBell
76549KilleenBell
76550LampasasLampasas
76554Little River AcademyBell
76556MilanoMilam
76557MoodyMclennan
76558MoundCoryell
76559NolanvilleBell
76561OglesbyCoryell
76564PendletonBell
76565PottsvilleHamilton
76566PurmelaCoryell
76567RockdaleMilam
76569RogersBell
76570RosebudFalls
76571SaladoBell
76573SchwertnerWilliamson
76574TaylorWilliamson
76577ThorndaleMilam
76578ThrallWilliamson
76579TroyBell
76596GatesvilleCoryell
76597GatesvilleCoryell
76598GatesvilleCoryell
76599GatesvilleCoryell
76621AbbottHill
76622AquillaHill
76623AvalonEllis
76624AxtellMclennan
76626Blooming GroveNavarro
76627BlumHill
76628BrandonHill
76629BremondRobertson
76630BrucevilleMclennan
76631BynumHill
76632ChiltonFalls
76633China SpringMclennan
76634CliftonBosque
76635CoolidgeLimestone
76636CovingtonHill
76637Cranfills GapBosque
76638CrawfordMclennan
76639DawsonNavarro
76640Elm MottMclennan
76641FrostNavarro
76642GroesbeckLimestone
76643HewittMclennan
76644Laguna ParkBosque
76645HillsboroHill
76648HubbardHill
76649IredellBosque
76650IreneHill
76651ItalyEllis
76652KopperlBosque
76653KosseLimestone
76654LeroyMclennan
76655LorenaMclennan
76656LottFalls
76657Mc GregorMclennan
76660MaloneHill
76661MarlinFalls
76664MartMclennan
76665MeridianBosque
76666MertensHill
76667MexiaLimestone
76670MilfordEllis
76671MorganBosque
76673Mount CalmHill
76676PenelopeHill
76678Prairie HillLimestone
76679PurdonNavarro
76680ReaganFalls
76681RichlandNavarro
76682RieselMclennan
76684RossMclennan
76685SatinFalls
76686TehuacanaLimestone
76687ThorntonLimestone
76689Valley MillsBosque
76690Walnut SpringsBosque
76691WestMclennan
76692WhitneyHill
76693WorthamFreestone
76701WacoMclennan
76702WacoMclennan
76703WacoMclennan
76704WacoMclennan
76705WacoMclennan
76706WacoMclennan
76707WacoMclennan
76708WacoMclennan
76710WacoMclennan
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Golden news in Texas

Hundreds Protest Bush Visit to Reunion Arena :

It was easy to spot the protesters as one approached Ferris Plaza. They were gathered at the southwest corner of the park, inflating hundreds of red white and blue helium balloons. Organizer Johnny Wolf dropped off a truckload of large signs and banners. As the people eagerly separated and spread them out, a recurring theme became apparent. The signs and banners proclaimed that George W. Bush is the Worst president ever, with the Worst foreign policy, the Worst congress, the Worst environmental and human rights records, and the list continues. There were as many ideas about the Worst thing about the administration as there were people.

There were around 300 at the protest before the event was over. They represented such diverse groups as the Democratic, Green and Libertarian parties, Downwinders at Risk, the Dallas Peace Center, the Crawford Peace House, North Texas for Justice and Peace, Peace Action Denton, the Black Panthers, the Brown Berets, the 9-11 Truth Commission, Camp Casey Dallas, The World Can’t Wait and Code Pink. Many pickups carried signs and billboards around downtown. There were also a large number of un affiliated people and children. Downwinders had a float showing Governor Perry and a smokestack, symbolizing his close relationship with power companies and his willingness to let them build polluting coal fired power plants.

At a little before 5:00, the protesters marched to a spot across Sport St. from the main entrance to Reunion. The police barricades were draped with banners, while behind them, protesters held signs and used bullhorns to broadcast the message to the people who were trickling into the arena. Word soon came that Bush would soon land at Love Field. Organizers moved signs and banners closer to Reunion Dr., where they expected the presidential motorcade to pass, but as always, reluctant to face his critics, the president snuck into the arena without the protesters seeing him.

This last protest of the president before he voted drew a a large variety of people with a number of diverse issues with Bush. For just these few hours, these people were united. This coalition of radicals, politicians and families were united by their conviction that the Bush Administration was the Worst ever and their desire to say “We’re not going to take it any more! We are the people, and we are here to say that government rules only by our consent!”

Ann Wright and Crawford Peace House Say “No Invasion of Iran” :

The media and the activists, who had come from Waco, Dallas, Fort Worth and Austin, faced each other in front of the Crawford Peace House. Addressing the media, Ann Wright told how the Eisenhower Naval Battle Group was in the Persian Gulf, awaiting orders to attack Iran. She told the media that plans are in place to use nuclear weapons, and that such a war could very easily escalate out of anybody’s ability to control and become a global conflagration. She told them that the group was going to take this message to the Bush ranch.

In three cars, 13 activists drove to the Secret Service checkpoint outside the ranch. The agents watched cautiously as they unloaded signs and set up their pickets. The media swung their cameras from the vigilers to the agents. Accompanied by violins from Austin’s Instruments of Peace, the picketers sang “Study War No More”, “Blowin’ in the Wind”, “Give Peace a Chance”, and other protest standards.

After a short period of socialization and food at the Peace House, the activists split up, each to go where he or she could be most effective. Wright headed to Dallas, from where she was to fly to Washington DC, for Cindy Sheehan’s White House sit in. Many headed to Dallas, for Monday’s Worst Ever Rally, outside Bush’s Reunion Arena rally.

Wright said Sheehan is going to spend Thanksgiving in North Korea, so that nothing official is planned at Camp Casey III, but anybody who wished to is welcome to bring their own food and camp there.

IndyMedia Journalist Killed by Governor’s Goons in Oaxaca :

Most political activists in North Texas are familiar with the IndyMedia movement and with musician David Rovics. David has sent the following personal note regarding the recent killing of New York IMC reporter Bradley Will (with David’s permission to reprint):

“brad will was a dear friend, and a true revolutionary. he died the way countless and uncounted numbers of beautiful people have died in recent centuries — he was shot in the chest by rightwing paramilitaries. he was filming the scene around one of thousands of barricades that have shut down oaxaca city since last june, when the governor there tried to ban public expressions of dissent, thus throwing one more historical spark into one more historical powder keg.

“brad embodied the spirit of indymedia. he was not just covering stories that the “mainstream” press ignores, such as the exciting, violent revolutionary moment which has gripped oaxaca for several months now. brad was not risking his life to get a good shot of a confrontation at a barricade because he might get a photo on the cover of a newspaper, get some (perhaps well-deserved) fame and money — he was posting his communiques on indymedia, for free.

“sure, brad was filming in order to cover history. but he was there also to make history. brad knew that a camera is a weapon, or hopefully a shield of some sort, and sometimes can serve to de-escalate a situation, to protect people from being violated, beaten, killed. and brad knew that if the independent media didn’t document history, nobody else would.

“brad deeply appreciated the power of music and culture. if he didn’t have a camera in his hands, he often had a guitar. during some of his many travels around latin america he wrote emails to me about the musicians he met, with whom he shared my songs and recordings. he particularly liked my song “saint patrick battalion,” and reportedly shared his rendition of it with lots of people. he would not live to know just how much his life and death would resemble the san patricios, who died fighting for mexico during the first u.s. invasion of that country in the 1840’s.

Waterbury Looks to Break Republican Stranglehold on Texas Supreme Court :

An interview with Charles Waterbury, Green Party candidate for Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court, focusing on his reasons for running and the development of his legal philosophy.

DALLAS, TX–With three weeks until election day, Charles Waterbury is oddly upbeat for a candidate in his position. Battling a well-ensconced Republican, it seems unlikely that Waterbury will unseat the incumbent Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court. Forget, for a moment, that Republicans hold every statewide elected office in Texas. Beyond that, Waterbury’s write-in status reduces the odds of victory even further. Add to that his representing the Green Party of Texas–“There’s a Green Party in Texas?!”–and the scenario becomes a downright anomaly in the Lone Star State.

Why the lack of concern?

“I have nothing to lose,” says the father of two, smiling affably as he speaks. “No one expects me to get any votes at all. By all appearances, my opponents aren’t even campaigning. So, every vote I earn is a small victory.”

Such confidence belies the current condition of third party politics in Texas, one of the most difficult states in the nation to achieve ballot access. But as the conversation continues, it becomes clear that Waterbury, an immigration and personal injury attorney, is exactly the kind of candidate groups like the Green Party need.
related link: http://www.charlesforchief.com

North Texans Join In Code Pink’s “Troops Home Fast” at the Gates of Fort Hood, Texas :

I travelled to Ft. Hood with Desiree Fairooz, who organized the action, and Nel Labar. We stopped at the Crawford Peace House to meet up with a few more people on our way to Killeen.

It was a warm, muggy, overcast day when we arrived. We parked at an abandoned gas station lot on one corner of the T-intersection leading to the East Gate of Fort Hood, with a wide 4-lane bricked roadway and a huge decommissioned tank perched at the entrance to welcome us.

Shortly after we arrived we were visited by 3 police squad cars. The polite young police officers asked us what we were doing, how long we would be there, pointed out the specific areas where we could and could not stand and told us what we could and could not do: don’t impede passage on the sidewalk or streets, no more than 6 participants at any time ( more than that requires a permit), no soliciting of funds, no distribution of literature in the roadways.

Ft. Hood property lines were pointed out, and the city police told us that if we were to stand along the roadway beyond a certain point that we would be on Ft. Hood property and would then have to deal with their security people.

The traffic was light, this being a major holiday, but it was fairly steady throughout the day. Channel 6 from Waco came and interviewed several of us early in the day. I was carrying an upside-down US flag, generally recognized as a “signal of distress. This did receive a small number of shouts from passers-by, telling me to “fix that flag.”

One man shouted at me from across the street to do just that. He crossed the street to confront me and the cameraman followed him. The young soldier in casual civilian clothing, maybe in his late 20’s or early 30’s, angrily shouted at me that I was disrespecting him and the flag and his military service by displaying it in such a manner. While the cameraman filmed this exchange, I quietly replied that is was a recognized symbol of distress and would remain that way the rest of the day. The young man walked away angrily.
related link: http://www.codepink4peace.org/


Memorial Day In North Texas :

I thought that Memorial Day in Denton [Texas] should mean something more than just a temporary forest of flags sprouting in the downtown business district, so I did something about it.


A few days before the holiday, I emailed another Veterans For Peace guy here in town, with a copy to the local VFP chapter president about 30 miles down the road in Carrollton. I asked if they were interested in doing something public to show the flag a bit on Memorial Day?


I suggested that we stand by the freeway to be seen by as many people as possible. I was pleasantly surprised when the one or two guys I expected to show up turned out to be a dozen men, women, and children willing to spend a couple hours in the steamy Texas sun to share our message.


We had a couple of large VFP banners showing the logo and the website address. There were assorted signs, and maybe half a dozen US flags. I even turned my flag right side up on the pole for the first time in four years. I would be soliciting donations on this day, so I did not need the distraction of my inverted flag as a guaranteed conversation starter.
related link: http://www.veteransforpeace.org

International Women’s Day Rally :

On Wednesday, March 8th, International Women’s Day was celebrated by a rally in Ferris Plaza in downtown Dallas, with speakers, ending with an impromptu march to the military recruiters’ offices at the Federal Building a few blocks away.

Even though International Women’s Day has been celebrated worldwide since 1913, observation has lagged in the United States. Millions of women across spans of years and within diverse societies have organized for their struggles to achieve genuine dignity (not the false “pedestal” kind), genuine individual freedom, and peace (a true family value). According to this event’s organizers, “Women must be honored politically, economically, and socially.”

One of the primary organizers of this event was the Iranian Women’s Association of Dallas (214-686-6357), who were key to its success. They brought the focus onto the politics and culture of Iran, which has been ruled for many years by “the most misogynist government in the world.” One of the group’s leaders cited the Iranian government’s murders of over 1,500 out of 3,000 prisoners in 1988, many of them women, many of them pregnant.

The fundamentalist religious communities in Iran have continued and amplified non-Islamic anti-woman tribal practices, including stoning, “honor” retribution, and rigidly-enforced behavior and dress codes.

The group’s leaders emphasized that the Iranian Women for Peace are demonstrating to communicate several basic concepts to the American public:

— There should be more public acknowledgment of the conditions within the Iranian society;
— International support is needed for the Iranian women’s movements; and
— Democracy must be grown from within Iran and cannot be imposed by outsiders.

A poem, “I’ll Never Return”, by Meena, was read in tandem by Heather W. and Lida A.. Heather read parts of it in English and Lida read parts in Farsi. The first line of each stanza, “I’m the woman who has awoken” was powerful and emotive, especially in its conclusion, “I’ve found my path and will never return”. Meena was the founder of the Revolutionary Association of Women of Afghanistan, RAWA, and was assassinated for her activism.
related link: http://www.azadizan.com/english/archive/2006/02/0228_1_8mars.htm

Revolutionary Politics: Chavez and the World Social Forum :

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez spoke to a crowd of World Social Forum participants on January 27, 2006. The following is a brief summary from a US citizen who sees optimism and progress in the political actions of Mr. Chavez, especially his efforts to “re-invent socialism” and openly cooperate with other nations.

On January 27, I was fortunate enough to spend my Friday evening inside a giant stadium in the middle of Caracas, Venezuela. President Hugo Chavez was addressing a spirited assembly of some 15,000 Chavez supporters and other participants of the 6th annual World Social Forum being held nearby in the city. One of the highlights of the 5-day event, Chavez’s speech encompassed everything from Venezuela’s history and its revolutionary turning points to the current inter-South American trade pacts, not to mention the most notable theme of the Forum itself – opposition to what has been called neo-colonial imperialism. Alongside a panel of distinguished guests, including peace activist Cindy Sheehan, the President spoke with his usual fervor and commitment to solidarity.

However, the World Social Forum itself was not situated in Caracas in order to promote Chavez’s fiery brand of anti-imperialist policies. Nor was Chavez himself simply trying to promote local issues. While he spoke of plans to establish new trade deals with Bolivia and Ecuador (Venezuelan fuel in exchange for soybeans, beef and chicken) and how literacy projects were creating 10,000 new scholarships for Venezuelans and Cubans, his message ultimately pointed toward a uniting theme of political action fused with political re-invention. Chavez challenges the United States to be more devoted to tackling poverty than inducing wars. “Let’s imagine a U.S. Administration that brings peace to the world,” he says, giving $400 Billion instead to foster education and produce medicine and food for the people. His highest vision entails freeing Venezuelans from illiteracy, but misery cannot be overcome with merely “a few pennies.” Referring to the US as a superpower, he declares, “This giant needs to wake up.”

While not everyone (especially the average WSF participant) agrees free-market capitalism alone provides an end-all political/economic solution to the world population’s basic needs, unchecked socialism can obviously have its downfalls as well. It is for this reason, I personally believe, Chavez warned that 20th century socialism was a mistake. He says we must invent a “new type of socialism.” Time is short indeed, with so many resources being squandered at such tremendous rates. Western capitalism of today is destroying the ecological equilibrium of our planet, according to Chavez.

 

 

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Hungry for Justice Coalition Calls Holy Land Foundation Mis-Trial a Victory :

DALLAS, TX – A national interfaith coalition of civil rights groups said that today’s hung jury in the Holy Land Foundation (HLF) charity trial reveals the “unjust” nature of the case.

A jury in Texas could not come to agreement on the validity of the accusations that the number one Islamic charity in America was a front scheme for a terrorist group after 19 days of deliberation, the longest in Texas history. The government laid the heavy burden of weighing mountains of paperwork, wiretap transcripts and videos in a 200-decision verdict-finding process on the 12 jurors.

The Hungry for Justice Coalition said that the piled-on charges and foreign evidence admitted were just more tactics by the government to overwhelm the jury and convolute the facts.

Initially, three defendants, Mufid Abdulqader, Mohammad El-Mezain and Adulrahman Odeh, were acquitted of all counts, all but one, and all but two, respectively. Shukri Abu-Baker and Ghassan Elashi had hung juries for every count against them. The prosecution then polled the jurors to verify their votes. One hesitated, then stood by the vote, and two contradicted the vote. The jurors were sent back to deliberate. Those two people changed their votes, causing a hung jury on all counts for all defendants.

Photo shows Mohammad El-Mezain, Khalil Meek, AbdulRahman Odeh, Shukri Abu-Baker, and Walid Ajaj (CAIR Advocate).

In a statement reacting to the verdict, the Hungry for Justice (H4J) coalition expressed concern about what they say were injustices in the prosecution of this case:

“HLF officials were never accused of any violent act. Their only ‘crime’ was providing food, clothing, and shelter to Palestinian women and children through agencies that were also funded by our own government and were licensed by the Palestinian Authorities (Fatah). This allegedly relieved HAMAS from spending social money, thereby amounting to a ‘conspiracy’ to intentionally aid the group.

“The politically-motivated charges came despite HLF’s attempts to seek advice from our government as to which Palestinian charities should be avoided. The government refused to provide the charity with a white list of committees to work with.

“The charges brought against these individuals were viewed by many people in this country and worldwide as an attempt to block humanitarian assistance to Palestinians suffering under a brutal Israeli occupation. They were also seen as a means to chill the First Amendment rights and charitable giving of American Muslims and other people of conscience opposed to our nation’s one-sided policies in the Middle East.

“In essence, this was an Israeli trial tried on American soil in which guilt by association was used as a substitute for actual evidence.

“To obtain today’s verdict, the government resorted to the apparently unconstitutional tactic of not allowing the defendants to confront their accuser, which in this case was an unidentified security agent of a foreign government, who was hostile to Palestinian human rights, an unprecedented occurrence in the American justice system.

“The government also violated its own guidelines by smearing mainstream American Muslim groups when, in an attempt to lower the bar for introduction of evidence, it issued a list of so-called ‘unindicted co-conspirators’ prior to the trial. The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National Association of Muslim Lawyers have criticized the publication of the ‘overreaching list’ and the effect it has had on Arab and Muslim discrimination.

“We believe the prosecution sets a negative precedent for free speech rights and threatens the American tradition of charitable giving to those in war-torn areas of the world.

“The criminalization of legitimate charitable-giving is not just an attack on the American Muslim community; it is an attack on every American who believes in the moral duty to feed the hungry, clothe the poor, and heal the sick.

“Our resolve to see justice done remains undiminished. The process won today, and the jury showed that the government will not find victory by scaring up buzz. While we respect the jury’s final decision, we believe that the defendants will be fully acquitted in the courtroom when the government retries the case.”

This statement is signed on by Muslim American Society (MAS), Dallas Peace Center, Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Partnership for Civil Justice, Muslim Legal Fund of America, Crawford Texas Peace House, Islamic Services Foundation, A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition, MAS Youth Center of DFW, Reverend Graylan Hagler, MAS-Freedom and American Muslim Alliance.

Contact:
Khalil Meek, 972.849.9188 Hungry for Justice Spokesman

11,000 Mile Ride for Peace :

A Solo Journey To Put Peace on the Map

Saturday, October 13th, there was a Pro-Peace Rally scheduled at the Crawford Peace House in Texas, to greet Alix Bryan and to stand with her in solidarity for Peace.

In her own words:

I am about to complete an 11,000 mile ride for Peace. Almost 3 months ago, I left from the White House headed to the Crawford Peace House on a 125cc scooter. My route, with just 1,500 miles left, will trace a peace sign on the U.S. map.

Throughout my travels I have experienced extreme changes in both climate and culture. The scenery and people have been spectacular and have opened my eyes. Many have offered personal stories, food, hugs, homes, and donations. I have ridden in temperatures from 105 to 40 degrees F.; ridden in the rain, hail, lightning, and heavy wind.

Perhaps many of you have never ridden a scooter, but trust me, it’s no simple task to ride 11,000 miles on 12 inch wheels going 55 mph; Nor is it always easy to talk about Peace.

What I have discovered while traveling is a dangerous polarity concerning Peace — in the same vein as you are for us, or against us. That polarity can make dialog between strangers very daunting. I made deliberate efforts to leave politics and religion out of the conversation. Instead, I made it fundamental, asking, what is YOUR vision for our future? and how do YOU define Peace?

My goal is to generate dialog with everyone about Peace. Only an inclusive outreach will allow us to co-create change. I have visited communities with very conservative Bush supporters, but they have taken the time to define Peace with me. This is a vast country and an even bigger world. For us to know Peace we must celebrate our diversity, using it to strengthen the common ground we do share. I am tracing a Peace sign onto the US soil to remind us of our common ground, our interconnectivity.

I am opposed to this war and disgusted by this administration’s blatant abuse of my rights. Three months ago, I reached a point in my life where I could no longer settle to go about my daily life as I knew it. I was absolutely aghast by the level of apathy, fear, and anger that runs rampant in our country. There will be no Peace in our world until we all integrate Peace into both the personal and political spheres of our lives.

I was driven to bring awareness to Peace and experiment with a new framework. I say,Don’t point one finger, point TWO.Point two for Peace. But also point two — as in one at yourself and one at the things you don’t like. How can YOU improve the world? How can You make purchasing decisions that don’t support the war — or that better benefit your community? How are You accountable for the injustices in our world? Because change does, truly, start with YOU. There is no time to be apathetic, preoccupied, angry or judgemental. Other movements and revolutions have fizzled. If you want Peace in our world, work with me to embrace the idea of abundance. Change will come when we believe there is enough change to go around.

When I began this journey, I consciously set aside my political beliefs in order to listen more objectively. At the end of a long journey, I still firmly believe that, while we might always have conflict in our world, it will not be solved through war. The bombing of nations and massacre of our soldiers and theirs has to stop. My journey has taught me to find strength in differences, friends in strangers, and to envision viable solutions for our future. And, to never stop imagining or working for more Peace.

Whether you are anti-war or pro-peace, you, too, are driven by the idea of change. Many joined me at a pro-peace rally, October 13, 2007, in Crawford, Texas. Today, you can join me in demanding both an end to this war and accountability through the impeachment of an abusive President. Let’s demonstrate that change is possible and that, collectively, we are acting up to design a better world.

Holy Land Foundation’s Trial :

The Jury Is Still Deliberating

Until 2002, the Holy Land Foundation was the largest Islamic charity in the nation, based in Richardson, Texas. Its trial has serious repercussions for domestic issues such as the right to face one’s accusers in court and domestic wiretapping, as well as international concerns such as the Palestine issues and the so-called “War on Terror.”

The Holy Land Foundation gave humanitarian aid to projects throughout the world, but focused most of its resources on families suffering in Palestine.

Daily Vigil Across From Courthouse

In May 2002, a hasty one-sided administrative hearing within the U.S. government’s Executive Branch determined that the Holy Land Foundation should be designated as a supporter of terrorism. The Supreme Court refused to hear the group’s appeal to change the decision. Shortly thereafter, the U.S. Treasury Department exploited the prevalent anti-Muslim backlash in the country to justify closing the Holy Land Foundation (see the previous IndyMedia story). President Bush himself claimed that this operation was part of the domestic front of the “war on terror”.

The U.S. government then used manipulative propaganda to rally the American people to support its war in Iraq in 2003. We have yet to leave that country, in spite of the lack of WMDs and Saddam’s execution, because “we” want to secure American interests in their oil industry.

In Spring 2004, almost three years after freezing the charity’s assets, the U.S. Department of Justice indicted the managers of the Holy Land Foundation for providing material support to a U.S.-designated terrorist group, HAMAS. The government amended the indictment in 2005, changing the allegation to claim that the HLF funneled money to HAMAS. The new version of the indictment stated that, by providing humanitarian support to suffering Palestinians, HLF was indirectly allowing HAMAS to spend their resources on other projects such as military operations.

During the trial, the U.S. government brought two anonymous Israeli agents (an unprecedented move in the American system of justice), two FBI agents and a well-known Zionist sympathizer, Dr. Matthew Levitt, who works for the pro-Israel think-tank The Washington Institute on Near East Policy. Carting piles of wiretaps that are only admissible thanks to the PATRIOT Act, the government concentrated on playing irrelevant HAMAS propaganda tapes to drum up fear in the jurors, instead of presenting traditional evidence.

The Holy Land Foundation’s biggest “crime” was humanizing Palestinians. Their aid went to helping the very people who Israel is trying to eradicate. If the American public began to understand what was happening in Palestine, with the checkpoints, executions, arrests and home demolitions, it would threaten the American perception of Israel, and therefore our relationship with them as well.

Given that Israel is the largest foreign recipient of U.S. aid, receiving almost $3 billion per year, it is unlikely that any American Zionist wants the “fifty-first state’s” skeletons to come out of the closet. Even Israel actively censors its own news to keep Israelis from hitting the streets in outrage.

The U.S. government’s main argument in the HLF case was that the zakat (charity) committees that HLF worked with were linked to HAMAS. The federal prosecutor’s strongest evidence to support this came from the Israeli government, not our own. The anonymous agents turned over stacks of undated, unverifiable HAMAS propaganda, such as posters and key chains. These were supposedly confiscated at some of the listed zakat committees from 2002 and later. However, HLF was indicted for transactions that occurred between 1997 and 2001, putting this evidence out of the relevant range.

As HLF’s defense lawyers pointed out, this would be the same as finding some Democratic Party-related material in a board member’s office at a corporation. This does not prove that the board is Democrat or that the corporation is controlled by Democrats. Individual members of organizations are entitled to their personal beliefs, but they do not reflect on the organization as a whole.

In fact, all of the zakat committees listed in the indictment are today open and operational. None are listed as terrorist. All have been licensed by the Fatah-led government (HAMAS’ opposition party) and still receive money from the U.S. Agency for International Development (not indicted).

Why, then, has HLF alone been persecuted and prosecuted? HLF was humanizing the Palestinian plight and educating the public about the conflict. Also, when Bush announced that these philanthropic men who led the HLF were terrorists, he perpetuated the myth that Muslims have a special inclination towards terrorism. This fueled fear and distrust in non-Muslim Americans while simultaneously snowballing support for Bush’s future militaristic endeavors.

The closure of HLF had other more sinister effects as well. Because of the trial and the publication of the “unindicted co-conspirators” list (which has more than 300 individuals and organizations listed), all mainstream Muslim groups are surrounded by a cloud of suspicion. They must funnel their resources into constantly defending themselves instead of operating on behalf of Muslim communities.

Even ordinary Muslims are now afraid to give zakat (charity), which is one of the five essential pillars of Islam, because they fear the FBI will be knocking on their door next. Zakat committees have operated in Palestine for decades and sometimes centuries under various different governments. Like U.S. non-profits, they are non-partisan by design so that they can effectively deliver aid where it is most needed, without strings attached.

This case gives the international Muslim community the impression that America is really putting Islam, the religion, on trial. This blatant disregard of cultural context fuels the very anti-American extremism we claim to want to dissipate. The jury is still out deliberating, and a guilty verdict could further damage America’s already tarnished international image.

Expanding the Frame:

We live on a rotating orb floating through space.

Buried deep within this sphere of rock, water and atmosphere are natural resources called fossil fuels.

The rapidly expanding human population wants these dwindling resources in order to sustain its vision of civilization (ignoring the massive systemic damage it causes to the revolving ball, in the meantime).

The United States, as the self-designated global leader of nations, wants to control these resources (oil in the Middle East, natural gas in Central Asia) in order to maintain its economic and military hegemony.

However, there’s been one main obstacle to this plan: the resources are in ‘their’ land, not ‘ours.’ In order to access the precious resources, the American government must demonize ‘them’ so that the American citizens will support invading, bombing and stealing from ‘them.’

Who are ‘they’? Well, ‘they’ used to be the Ottoman Empire. (Remember the Crusades?) And, well, ‘they’ are mostly, but not exclusively, Muslim.

How is all this related to the Holy Land Foundation, the largest U.S. Islamic charity, and its current legal battle in Dallas? Well, it will take a little bit of patience, but after this brief historical abstract, we’ll find our way to connecting the dots. Keep in mind that the HLF’s actual act under indictment is helping the Palestinian people.

You see, Israel is really just a Euro-American foothold in the region, meant to extend the Western sphere of influence. Palestine had most recently been part of the Ottoman Empire since the 1500s before coming into British control around 1917. (The land had changed hands continually throughout the millennia, coming into Judaic control initially in the 11th century BCE.)

Jewish resettlement of the area began as early as the 12th century CE. The first major wave of modern immigration, the First Aliyah, began in 1881. As Russian anti-Semites stepped up their persecution of Jews, many flocked to the British Mandate of Palestine during the Second Aliyah, from 1904 to 1914 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israel#History). These immigration waves continued even to the present day (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aliyah).

Just as the British colonizers were set to voluntarily withdraw in 1948, the state of Israel declared itself independent, gobbling up surrounding Arab territories beyond its U.N.-recognized borders in the process. The Zionist Israeli Jews (none of the three terms mean the same thing) claimed to have a theological right to the land as prophesied in the Torah and the Bible. Surrounding Arab states retaliated against the incursion militarily.

Many evangelical Christians, found politically in the Republican Party, support the Zionist agenda of keeping the Holy Land in Jewish control today. The GOP exploits this theological sentiment to further its own political agenda in the region.

From the Palestinian point of view, just on the eve of their independence, literally, the Israelis replaced the British as their oppressors. This set the stage for the much later First Intifada, 1987-1993. Palestinians endured the humiliation and tragedy of collective punishment under military occupation (http://www.ifamericansknew.org/cur_sit/) for a full 40 years before retaliating as a community. Tactics ranged from non-violent demonstrations and boycotts to the use of Molotov cocktails and stone throwing.

The United States has supported the Israeli agenda to occupy Palestine with money and military might from the beginning, through the American Zionist Committee, which later became American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). It is therefore in America’s ‘best interest’ to portray the oppressed Palestinians as violent, fanatical terrorists, in order to maintain public support for its alliance with Israel.

In order to do this effectively, the government has long supported a PR campaign that stereotypes Arabs and Muslims as dangerous to Americans. The American media’s tendency to portray Arabs and Muslims as terrorists began long before 9/11. (See the Governator in True Lies (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111503/plotsummary).

In order to pursue its agenda, the Bush administration manipulated the tragic events on Sept. 11, 2001 and began military operations in Afghanistan, a predominantly Muslim nation and a strategic component of Unocal’s efforts to secure a natural gas pipeline (http://www.worldpress.org/specials/pp/front.htm).

Even as early as February 2002, the Bush administration was already hinting at war with Iraq. But, an Israeli defense official commented that Iran was more worrisome than Iraq, due to Iran’s potential nuclear capabilities. Never mind that Israel has failed to sign the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and has its own hefty nuclear arsenal, thanks to the U.S. In exchange for their support during the invasion and occupation of Iraq, though, the American government is now acquiescing to the Israeli agenda.

Although the “war on terror” was purported to keep Americans safe, the tactics actually serve to boost terrorist recruitment. But, Bush & Co. don’t really care, because it just makes their job of demonizing “the Other” that much easier. You can’t have a perpetual war if you don’t have a growing enemy contingency, after all.

As the military’s crosshairs center on Iran, it is essential for the American public to remember our original spirit. We must maintain a critical, questioning stance as the federal government continues to spin us into their power-hungry web of disinformation. Perhaps it is finally time for US to put global humanitarian interests ahead of U.S. (and Israeli) economic interests.

Must-See Videos – Pass them around!!!

Standing in Solidarity: A snapshot of the daily vigil, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaMXfBM-itk

Faces of the Holy Land Foundation Trial: Spend time with the families of the defendants, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yA43MS4Tg4

A Daughter’s Perspective: Noor’s thoughts, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4Sq7ZBbDGo

The Holy Land Foundation Trial: Interviews with lawyers and national figures, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8E7Pv6SkXg

Holy Land Foundation Poem: Audio of Shukri’s touching poem, in English, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8u-vazWzaV8

Blogs and Websites:

Websites sponsoring the campaign to support the HLF defendants:

http://www.freedomtogive.com
http://www.h4jusa.com

And don’t forget to check out the blogs, which have almost daily updates on the trial:

The Enemy Shall Not Outwit Him, http://theenemyshallnot.blogspot.com
Dallas Dreamer, http://www.dallaspeacecenter.org/blog

Beth Freed is the communications coordinator for the Hungry for Justice coalition, a network of national and local civil rights advocates. Please email her at h4jusa@gmail.com for more information.

Beth Freed and Noor Elashi

http://www.h4jusa.com

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Come to courthouse Monday morning for verdict
by Hungry for Justice Coalition Thursday, Oct 18 2007, 8:31pm
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
October/18/2007

For Immediate Release

Contact:
Khalil Meek, 972.849.9188
Hungry for Justice Spokesman

The Verdict is Coming.
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Come to the Courthouse on Monday morning (10/23) to hear the verdict. Insha’allah, Justice will prevail.

DALLAS, TX – 10/18/2007 – The Holy Land Foundation jury has come to a decision, but was unable to announce it today. According to a substitute judge, Judge Fish is out of town, so the verdict will be held until 10 a.m. Monday morning, Oct. 23. Please come to the Earle Cabell Federal Building, 1100 Commerce Street in downtown Dallas to hear the judgment. The verdict will be read in Judge A. Joe Fish’s Courtroom # 15 D 6 L on the 15th floor, or you may be asked to go to the 16th floor overflow room, based on capacity.

PLEASE BRING PHOTO ID if you are available to be at the courtroom.

A press conference will be held in front of the Federal Building with the defense lawyers, family members and leaders of Hungry for Justice immediately after the verdict is read aloud. We plan to begin at or around 10:30 a.m.

Please come support the families in their greatest time of need. If circumstances prevent you, please say a prayer for these men and their loved ones now. Stay tuned for word of the verdict.

Thank you.

The Hungry for Justice Coalition
Hungry for Justice is a coalition of local and national organizations working at the grassroots level to ensure that the defendants in the Holy Land Foundation trial receive a fair trial.