PSC parliament protest

The hypocrisy of Israel’s stooges in Britain

Stuart Littlewood views the hypocritical reaction of the Board of Deputies of British Jews who are quick to condemn Palestine solidarity activities and resistance in Gaza but are silent on Israel’s crimes. More »

Palestinian woman carrying child in Khan Younis

Every Israeli missile strike is a war crime…

Jonathan Cook explains why talk of “proportionality” or of Israel's “potential” war crimes is nonsense, and argues that Israel is committing war crimes by definition – right now, as you read this. More »

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

Palestinians claim UN protection, prepare lawsuits

Stuart Littlewood explores why the Palestinian leadership failed to publicize its lawsuit against Israel and its request for UN protection  and why it has taken it so long to act. More »

US media distortion

Zionist megaphone: “Missiles raining on Israel”

Jamal Kanj looks at how the US media – uncritical servants of Israel – portray Israeli killers as victims and Palestinian civilians, who have been murdered in droves by Israel, as oppressors. More »

Stop funding Israel

American complicity in Israel’s war crimes

Alan Hart says American complicity in Israel's war crimes is as shameful as the crimes themselves, and that Washington will remain beholden to Israel until lobby funding is removed from US politics. More »

Gaza Under Attack July 2014

What more horrors are in store for Gaza?

Against the background of the silence – or complicity – of Western political and religious leaders towards Israeli war crimes in Gaza, Stuart Littlewood outlines possible scenarios that could bring about change. More »

Israeli soldiers celebrate Gaza killings

Why do Israelis continue to kill Palestinians?

Alan Hart argues that Zionist brainwashing and the occupation have dehumanized Israeli Jews to the extent that killing Palestinians comes as naturally to them "as pissing when the bladder is full”. More »

Free Gaza and Palestine

Deconstructing the Zionist view of Gaza’s horror

Lawrence Davidson debunks the fantasies and inventions of the Zionist view of the horror in Gaza, as represented by the thoughts of David Harris, the executive director of the American Jewish Congress. More »

Philip Hammond and Binyamin Netanyahu

Britain dies of shame…

Stuart Littlewood highlights Britain’s continuing shameful policies towards Israel’s aggression against the Palestinian people, noting that the new foreign minister, Philip Hammond, is as wedded to Israel as his predecessor, William Hague. More »

Gil Hoffman

BBC lets right-wing Israeli write for its website

Nureddin Sabir says that far from toning down its pro-Israel bias following mass protests, the BBC has allowed a right-wing Israeli journalist to peddle the Israeli view on Gaza. More »

Category: Libya

The brave women fighting bigotry in Libya

Once in a while, amid the destruction, kidnappings, murder and mayhem that is engulfing Libya, a brave voice emerges to give us hope that maybe there could be light at the end

Libya’s Islamist menace

Sharia freaks in Libya

Nureddin Sabir reviews a recent analysis which concludes that the Islamist threat from Libya, at the core of which is the Muslim Brotherhood, should be treated as top priority, especially by Egypt.

Libya in the stranglehold of Islamist thugs

Libyan failed state

Nureddin Sabir argues that Libya may has passed the point of no return, just as Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo had done before it, and is now a failed state.

The stillbirth of the new Libya

Libyan Ansar al-Sharia

Nureddin Sabir paints a dismal picture of the prospects for his native Libya, now a crumbling, lawless, failed state where Islamist militias have filled in the post-Gaddafi political and security vacuum.

The Islamists’ hijacking of Arab hope

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood

Jamal Kanj argues that in swapping places with Dark Ages Europe, the contemporary Arab world is descending in darkness because religionists are consumed with peripheral practices rather than seeking democracy and knowledge.

Only an international force can save Libya

Libya disintegration

The only solution left to prevent Libya’s disintegration – and its violent consequences for others – is for the Security Council to authorize military intervention under Chapter VII of the UN Charter.

Libya in peril

Today a huge car bomb exploded near Al-Jalaa Hospital in the eastern Libyan city of Benghaz, killing and wounding dozens of people, including children. The attack is the latest in a wave

Women’s struggle for rights in Libya

Libyan Women's Pride Day

Nureddin Sabir highlights the plight of women in Libya where social and cultural backwardness, and the rising influence of religious bigots, are rapidly eroding the few rights they have.

Mis-analysing Libya

Libyan women waving the new Libyan flag and the flag of the Amazigh people – often called Berbers – during an Amazigh festival in Tripoli, 27 September 2011

Nureddin Sabir shows how lack of understanding of Libyan history and society can lead to flawed conclusions regarding the propriety of the UN-authorized intervention to save Libyans from Gaddafi’s murderous intentions.

Libya on the edge of a precipice

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Nureddin Sabir says failure to disarm Libya’s 1,700 militias is putting it on the edge of a precipice and that only an international peacekeeping force can disarm the militias and establish security.