Eyeballing Israel’s Binyamin Netanyahu

Binyamin and his Benzion Netanyahu Uri Avnery analyses the character of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu: shaped by his embittered far-right Zionist father and willing to “lie, cheat, repudiate himself, raise false flags” to achieve Greater Israel.

Stanford professor left barefoot, homeless and trapped in Israel for 15 years

Trapped in Israel: Gary's case Marianne Azizi describes the ordeal of a Stanford professor and US citizen who visited Israel for a long weekend only to become trapped for 15 years, fleeced and left barefoot and homeless.

Censorship at Britain’s Southampton University

Zionist-imposed censorship Lawrence Davidson explores why Zionists were so afraid of an academic conference that had been set to take place at Southampton University that they pulled all the strings to get it cancelled.

Europe’s feeble efforts to “punish” Israel

EU-Israel friendship Jonathan Cook contrasts the European Union’s feebleness towards the exponential expansion of Jewish squatter colonies with the Israeli political institutions – from the Supreme Court to the far right – uniting behind the colonies.

Camden Council unlawfully censors criticism of Israel

Pro-Israel censorship Ruth Tenne argues that, by blocking our website, Redress Information & Analysis, London’s Camden Council – which appears to be covertly advancing the interests of the pro-Israel constituency – is breaking the law.