Tag Archives: Justice

Balfour Declaration: Britain broke its feeble promise to the Palestinians

Theresa May and Binyamin Netanyahu On the centenary of the infamous Balfour Declaration, Jonathan Cook argues that while Britain fulfilled its promise to the Zionists in full, it broke even its feeble commitment to the Palestinians to protect their civil and religious rights. Read more [...]

Balfour merrymaking a potential PR disaster for the British government 

Theresa May propagandising for Israel Stuart Littlewood argues that history will not judge kindly the British government's decision to celebrate the centenary of the Balfour Declaration "with pride" while refusing to apologise to its Palestinian victims and make amends. Read more [...]

Harvey Weinstein and the politics of Hollywood

Young actresses kissing Harvey Weinstein Jonathan Cook spells out the political conclusions which Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's victims are not drawing: the need to get organised and expose their abusers, and save the next generation of actresses from abuse. Read more [...]

Israeli police beat up disabled protesters

Marianne Azizi writes: Despite persistent Read more [...]

Balfour’s shameful legacy: UK government must say sorry and protect Christian churches in Palestine

David Mundell MP Stuart Littlewood asks UK minister David Mundell why the British government plans to celebrate the injustice it facilitated in Palestine through the Balfour Declaration and why it continues to support Israeli crimes. Read more [...]

Europe’s shameful refugee policy

EU refugee policy Graham Peebles examines the EU’s expediency-based policy towards refugees, and argues for unified policies based on collective responsibility and group need, not the nationalistic approach which does nothing to deal with the underlying causes. Read more [...]

Report exposes abuse and neglect of illegally detained prisoners in Israel

Marianne Azizi writes: Between 1996 Read more [...]

The poison of commercialisation and social injustice

Poisons and toxins Graham Peebles recounts the harm done to societies by commercialisation, and says an alternative built on sharing, common purpose and recognition that collaboration, not competition, is the way forward, is beginning to take root. Read more [...]

London’s Grenfell Tower: Neglect, incompetence and contempt for the poor

Grenfell Tower fire Graham Peebles says the Grenfell Tower disaster is the result of socio-economic policies pursued by successive governments, of the abdication of responsibility by local government and criminal negligence by the body that managed the tower. Read more [...]

American father fights for his kidnapped children’s lives in Israel as his son wastes away “in care”

Marianne Azizi writes: Last January Read more [...]