Tag Archives: Lebanon
Jamal Kanj reminds us of the responsibility of the Israeli strategists and their US Zionist-neoconservative stooges for the mayhem and fragmentation of the Middle East that is now spilling over on to the streets of Europe.
Reflecting on Israel’s disastrous wars against Lebanon in 1982 and 2006, Uri Avery asks whether all Israelis can look forward to is more wars conducted by the same kind of idiotic politicians and generals.
Stuart Littlewood examines a document produced by the Board of Deputies of British Jews which seeks to wrest pro-Israel policy commitments from political parties ahead of the 2015 UK general elections.
Jamal Kanj reminds us that although Binyamin Netanyahu’s latest military adventure in the Gaza Strip has failed, Israel’s "starvation diet" and "incremental genocide" against the Strip’s 1.7 million human beings continues.
Jamal Kanj says 23 years after its civil war, Lebanon is neither wiser nor less divided, and with a political system perpetuating the national divide and failing to fix the country’s ills.
Gilad Atzmon relates his experience of Lebanon, from “natural beauty, rebellious spirit, pious clarity, tolerance, wild night life, unbelievable hummus” and resistance against Israeli aggression to shameful discrimination against Palestinian refugees.