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Israeli human rights lawyer in detention without defence or trial, a victim of judicial abuse

Arbitrary detention in Israel Marianne Azizi writes: An Israeli Read more [...]

Israel tutors its children in fear and loathing

Israeli children taught fear and loathing Jonathan Cook highlights state-sponsored activities in Israel intended to create traumatised children, distrustful and fearful of anyone outside their Jewish tribe, and views the impact on the prospects for peace with the Palestinians. Read more [...]

Israeli whistleblower sent to prison after exposing official corruption

Marianne Azizi writes: A former Read more [...]

Israel – a curious national home

Israel – a curious national home Uri Avnery examines how attention-seeking Israeli politicians are racing to propose laws so outrageous that the media cannot possibly ignore them, the latest being a bill on "Israel – the National State of the Jewish People”. Read more [...]

Politicising anti-Semitism: the USA’s and UK’s flawed definition

Theresa May's gift to the pro-Isreali lobby Lawrence Davidson argues that the “working definition” of anti-Semitism adopted by the US and UK is not only illogical, but is also the product of the corrupting of Western political systems by Israel’s surrogate Zionist lobbies. Read more [...]

Why Palestinian President Abbas fears the prisoners’ hunger strike

Marwan Barghouti in handcuffs Jonathan Cook explains why the Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strike, and possible mass disobedience that may flow from it, threaten to undermine Abbas’s approach of reliance on Israel’s Western friends to achieve Palestinian statehood. Read more [...]

Pimping for Israel remains undiminished since UN report branded it an apartheid state

Theresa May and Binyamin Netanyahu Stuart Littlewood views the UK government’s refusal to apologise for the crime of the Balfour Declaration in the context of the Zionist lobby’s deep penetration of the British political establishment. Read more [...]

Israel celebrates 50 years as occupier

50th anniversary of 1967 occupation Jonathan Cook says Israel’s celebrations to mark the 1967 war “should lay to rest any confusion that the occupation is still considered temporary”, and when occupation becomes permanent, it will turn into something far uglier. Read more [...]

Israeli father arrested and imprisoned after judge makes false claim against him

Ariel Formanovski Marianne Azizi writes: Israel is Read more [...]

Making America neocon again: Trump, Putin and the Ziocons

Making America neocon again Gilad Atzmon writes: It doesn’t Read more [...]