World-renowned political dissident, linguist, author and MIT professor
Noam Chomsky discuss his recent trip to the Gaza Strip,
where he publicly called on [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4wnxYjSYK80#] by CouponDropDown">Israel[/url]
to put an end to the blockade on the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave.
"[Gaza] is a lesson for people from the West," Chomsky says. "If they
can struggle on under really harsh and brutal conditions, it tells us we
ought to be doing a lot more."
Chomsky also comments on President
Obama's re-election, saying: "There are two good things: one, the worst
did not happen, and it might have. The second is, it is over. We can put
it behind us and get back to work."
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