Monthly Archives: July 2016

The times they are a changing: Brexit, Trump and lots of anger

World political chaos: the Day of Judgement Graham Peebles argues that despite the turmoil that is breaking the sclerotic political moulds in the US, UK and elsewhere, "these are wonderful times for democracy and politics" which will lead to fundamental social and economic change. Read more [...]

Zionism goes from bad to worse, taking Judaism with it

BBC headline: Rabbi Yosef calls for annihilation of Arabs Lawrence Davidson explains why in the eyes of increasing numbers, Israel is seen as a pariah state, and argues that the behaviour of its rabbinical officialdom may have already thrown its religious establishment into similar disgrace. Read more [...]

Turkey’s anti-Gulen campaign: Strengthening militants and jihadists

PakTurk school James Dorsey highlights the dilemma confronting Pakistan, which is facing a Turkish demand to shut secondary schools associated with preacher Fethullah Gulen, while the real threat to its security is posed by the Saudi-funded Wahhabi schools. Read more [...]

British journalist arrested in Israel

Marianne Azizi Marianne Azizi writes: I write many Read more [...]

Israeli pensioner escapes from Israel after the “welfare” authorities try to kidnap her traumatised daughter

Marianne Azizi writes: Devorah and Read more [...]

Money talks as Trump does U-turn on Israel

Jonathan Cook looks at how US Zionist lobby groups have succeeded in buying off Donald Trump’s – and Hillary Clinton’s – unconditional support for Israel, its colonisation of stolen Palestinian territories and its total denial of Palestinian rights. Read more [...]

Turkish preacher Fethullah Gulen: Moderniser or wolf in sheep’s clothing?

Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Fethullah Gulen James Dorsey profiles Fethullah Gulen, Turkish preacher and erstwhile friend of President Erdogan, and considers whether he or his religious, educational and commercial empire might have been involved in the failed coup attempt of 15 July. Read more [...]

Britain is now a one-party state

Britain as one-party state Gilad Atzmon writes: The contemporary Read more [...]

New UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson a “very outspoken friend of Israel”

Boris Johnson at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, November 2015 Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]

Watch: New UK Prime Minister Theresa May pledges loyalty to Israel

Theresa May Nureddin Sabir, Editor, Redress Information Read more [...]