Tag Archives: Palestine
“Burning is how racists manifest hate,” is the conclusion of Jamal Kanj, who looks at the fascination of Zionists with burning Palestinians alive and how the Jewish perpetrators and their supporters always get away with murder.
Alan Hart says the future of the Palestinian cause depends on whether there are enough diaspora Palestinians who care enough to become politically engaged to rebuild their national institutions on democratic principles and standards of accountability.
As the footage of a young Palestinian boy being headlocked by an Israeli Wehrmacht soldier circulates around the world, Uri Avnery looks at how the attitudes of ordinary people around the world towards Israel are changing.
Stuart Littlewood urges Britons to sign the petition for the arrest of Netanyahu for war crimes so that the 100,000 signatures required for parliament to debate it can be reached before his arrival in the UK.
Jonathan Cook argues that Binyamin Netanyahu’s appointment of Danny Danon as ambassador to the UN is indicative of Israel's disdain for the international community and shows it has no place for negotiations or compromise.
Uri Avnery explains the dilemma of whether administrative detention, which Israel has used extensively and until recently exclusively against Arabs – should be supported, even if it saves the lives of Arabs and Jews.
Alan Hart assesses the chances of Israel’s final solution of the Palestinian “problem” being implemented, i.e. ethnically cleansing them from the holy land and blackmailing the world with its nuclear weapons.
Lawrence Davidson explains, using the example of Australia, how the scattering of Palestinian refugees throughout the Western world has challenged the image Israel presents of itself as a modern, civilised nation, exposing Zionism’s barbarity.
Jonathan Cook argues that, in its quest to dominate the Palestinians of the Gaza Strip, Israel is pursuing an increasingly convoluted, confused and contradictory policy which is finally showing signs of backfiring.