The Palestinians must put their political act together if their cause is to be kept alive

Palestinian children Alan Hart explains what the Palestinians must do if their quest for justice is to succeed, and what Israeli Jews must do if they want to live in peace and harmony, rather than in an obnoxious and increasingly violent apartheid state. Read more [...]

Welcome to Israel’s version of apartheid, as passengers evict Palestinians from plane

Jewish passengers on airliner Jonathan Cook says the eviction of Palestinian citizens of Israel from a Greek plane by Jewish passengers is symptomatic of the intrinsic racism of most Israeli Jews, who have long supported two Israels: one for them and another for the Palestinian minority. Read more [...]

Famine and government neglect in Ethiopia

Ethiopian famine 2015 Graham Peebles says the Ethiopian government’s priority is not drought avoidance but control, holding onto power and the accumulation of personal wealth, and he urges donor countries to ensure that Addis Ababa puts in place visionary plans to mitigate the impact of future droughts. Read more [...]

“Ethical” Co-op Bank leaves Palestinian cause in the lurch

Boycott Co-op Bank Stuart Littlewood sees the UK Co-op Bank’s connection with one of the USA’s biggest Zionist propaganda outfits as being behind the bank’s decision to freeze or close the accounts of pro-Palestinian groups. Read more [...]

BDS in the crosshairs of US presidential hopefuls

BDS in US crosshairs Lawrence Davidson warns that the targeting of the boycott Israel movement BDS by US presidential hopefuls is the thin end of the wedge that could eventually demolish valued American rights and traditions. Read more [...]

Will the US fall for Saudi Arabia’s deliberate provocation?

Saudi King Salman Trita Parsi warns that if the US falls into the Saudi trap and sides with it against Iran, in a confrontation manufactured by Saudi Arabia, the price is likely to be the possibility of peace in Syria and the Iran nuclear deal. Read more [...]