Category Archives: Highlights

Religious zealots ready for takeover of Israeli army

Jewish extremists in the Israeli Wehrmacht Jonathan Cook says the takeover of Israel’s security establishment by religious extremists means no hope of a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – unless it is preceded by a civil war between Israel’s secular and its religious Jews. Read more [...]

Zionism begins to unravel 

Zionism unravels Lawrence Davidson explains the growing disconnect between the Zionist leaders of major US Jewish organisations – who remain uncritically supportive of Israel – and the increasingly alienated ordinary American Jews whom the leaders claimed to represent. Read more [...]

Creeping Nazism in Israel

Creeping fascism in Israel Uri Avnery draw on his personal experience of Germany on the eve of the Nazi party’s victory, and during the early years of Nazism, to show that similar processes of creeping Nazism are underway in Israel today. Read more [...]

Israel’s tiresome exceptionalism

Corbyn - Do not be a wimp Stuart Littlewood argues that there is a sinister game afoot within the UK Labour Party to suspend opponents of the Israel lobby and replace them with Zionist-friendly individuals, and recommends a five-point approach to combating anti-Semitism. Read more [...]

A Palestinian refugee’s journey from the Nakba to present day

Palestinian man holds the key to his usurped home, as a symbol of the right of return Jamal Kanj looks at what the Nakba – the ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians – meant for one Palestinian refugee as he journeyed through Zionist terror, dispossession, grief and steadfastness. Read more [...]

Once, most Jews viewed Israel as the anti-Semite’s best friend

Judaism rejects Zionism Jonathan Cook examines the symbiotic relationship between Zionism and anti-Semitism, and argues that recognising the racial roots of this might allow us to understand modern Israel better, and why it seems incapable of extending a hand of peace to the Palestinians. Read more [...]

Jonathan Freedland, the Zionist ringleader

Jonathan Freedland Blake Alcott deconstructs the arguments of Guardian and Jewish Chronicle writer and BBC presenter Jonathan Freedland whose career centres on defending the existence of Israel as a Zionist state and justifying the dispossession of the Palestinians. Read more [...]

Cold light of dawn for Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn - standing up In the light of the UK Labour Party’s poor performance in local and regional elections, Stuart Littlewood says the choices left for party leader Jeremy Corbyn are either to expose and confront his enemies head on, or to set up an alternative, clean party. Read more [...]

The Zionists’ war on Corbyn: What you need to know

Jeremy Corbyn looking afar Nureddin Sabir profiles some of the key culprits in Britain’s Labour Party who have been instrumental in the premeditated campaign to smear Jeremy Corbyn and left-wing advocates of justice for the Palestinians with the slur of "anti-Semitism". Read more [...]

Hungry and frightened: Famine in Ethiopia

Ethiopian drought 2016 Graham Peebles highlights the role of Ethiopian government policy in accentuating the effects of the drought, which is causing famine affecting up to 18 million people, and laments that anyone has to go hungry in a world which has enough to feed everyone. Read more [...]