Monthly Archives: September 2012

Israeli leaders set to repeat historical blunders

Uri Avnery argues that Israel’s Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Ehud Barak, and their sycophants, are leading Israel to disaster, just as Golda Meir and Moshe Dayan did in 1973. Read more [...]

Oslo Accords strangling Palestinian economy

Neve Gordon says the 1994 Paris Protocols the Oslo Accords' economic arrangements undercut the very possibility of Palestinian sovereignty and are the cause of the collapse of the Palestinian economy. Read more [...]

Mitt Romney – a danger to USA and world peace

Jamal Kanj argues that Mitt Romney's gaffes, lack of ingenuity and transparency, and over-reliance on advisers are the traits of “a man who poses a dangerous threat to America and world peace". Read more [...]

UN role in stillbirth of Palestine “two-state solution”

Alan Hart argues that the door on a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was in fact closed 45 years ago thanks to UN collusion in Israeli’s expansionist designs. Read more [...]

Israel’s red lines and US presidential politics

Lawrence Davidson argues that without political reform to make US politicians less vulnerable to lobby power, groups such as the pro-Israel lobby will continue to rule the roost. Read more [...]

Jewish settler who shoots Palestinian children

Poster of criminal Jewish settler who specializes in shooting Palestinian children. Read more [...]

No Jewish atonement for Zionism’s crimes against Palestinians

Jonathan Sacks Alan Hart argues that Days of Atonement which ignore the need for Jews to be honest with themselves about Zionism’s crimes in Palestine are nothing but Jewish theatre. Read more [...]

Libyans say no to Islamist gangsters in Benghazi

Fed up with the lawlessness of armed gangs, on 21/22 September 2012 Libyans stormed the headquarters of the Islamist "Ansar al-Sharia Brigade" and "Rafallah Sahati Islamic Brigade" in Benghazi. Read more [...]

Freedom of speech: insults, incitement and Islam

Graham Peebles argues that the rage against the anti-Islam film “Innocence of Muslims” must not distract us from discussing the filmmakers’ intention and the underlying causes of anger among Muslims Read more [...]

Israel’s shadow hovers over anti-Islam film

Jamal Kanj detects signs of involvement by US-based pro-Israel groups in the latest anti-Islam film and warns Muslims not to fall into the trap of turning against fellow Christian believers. Read more [...]