Uri Avnery argues that by distracting the Obama administration and world attention, the Ukraine crisis has given Netanyahu “months or years” during which he will build Jewish settlements at a frantic pace.
Stuart Littlewood examines the UK Football Association’s double standards whereby it appeases the Zionist lobby while ignoring Israel's monstrous acts against Palestinians as vigorously as other racist abuse, if not more so.
Graham Peebles highlights the Ethiopian authorities' gross violations of human rights in the Somali-inhabited Ogaden region of the country – a microcosm of its barbarous behaviour in Oromo, Amhara, Gambella and elsewhere.
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.
Stuart Littlewood calls on the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, BDS, to mobilize locally and nationally to challenge candidates in UK and European elections on their membership of Friends of Israel lobbies.
Alan Hart wonders if enlightened self-interest would prompt enough Jews of the world to distance themselves from the Zionist monster and thereby cause Judaism and Zionism to go their separate ways.
Graham Peebles examines India’s hidden war – the rural insurgency, officially described as a Maoist rebellion but in fact is a revolt fuelled by abject poverty, inequality and injustice, and chronic corruption.
Graham Peebles views the plague of human trafficking afflicting India, and argues that the Indian government must act to implement regulations outlawing trafficking and associated criminality, including police and official corruption.
Graham Peebles calls for an alternative to the greedy corporate-driven capitalist totalitarianism that is confining millions of India’s indigenous Adivasi and Dalit peoples to poverty and the margins of society.
Graham Peebles outlines the scale and depth of poverty, inequality and injustice pervading India under the banner of globalization and free market fundamentalism – what is known as the Indian economic “miracle”.
Graham Peebles considers the reasons for the epidemic of suicides afflicting India’s debt-ridden, corporate-crushed farmers, and views the Indian government’s response – a mixture of indifference and siding with big business.