Balfour mentality has no place in civilised society

Israel's Conservative pimps Stuart Littlewood examines how the Israel lobby’s influence on the British political class has made British politicians put Israel’s interests ahead of the UK’s by supporting the Zionist entity’s criminal, inhuman and unjust activities. Read more [...]

Israel lobby is slowly being dragged into the light

Priti Patel and Conservative Friends of Israel Jonathan Cook explains why, in light of the now-resigned UK minister Priti Patel’s secret meetings with Israeli officials, it is time for Western states “to show as much concern about the malign influence of Israel’s lobbyists as they do about Russian hackers”. Read more [...]

Yasser Arafat, the leader I knew

Yasser Arafat Jamal Kanj remembers Yasser Arafat on the 13th anniversary of his death as a strong leader with a common touch who “accentuated Palestinian nationalism over pan-Arabism and secularism over religion.” Read more [...]

Who is afraid of the Iranian bomb?

Iranian flag as a jigsaw puzzle Uri Avnery debunks the propaganda about the “Iranian threat”, including the alleged nuclear “threat”, arguing that even if it is accepted that the current Iranian rulers may be fanatics, “they seem eminently practical people”. Read more [...]

Balfour Declaration: Britain broke its feeble promise to the Palestinians

Theresa May and Binyamin Netanyahu On the centenary of the infamous Balfour Declaration, Jonathan Cook argues that while Britain fulfilled its promise to the Zionists in full, it broke even its feeble commitment to the Palestinians to protect their civil and religious rights. Read more [...]

Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad’s vow to moderate Saudi Islam: Easier said than done

Muhammad bin Salman James Dorsey argues that while the Saudi heir apparent's “proposed reforms have largely been welcomed by Saudi youth… they are likely to stir mixed responses as a result of deep-seated attitudes that have been cultivated for decades”. Read more [...]