Tag Archives: Palestine
Stuart Littlewood comments on the contradiction of Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby claiming despair at God’s failure to help the distressed, while he himself has shown a marked lack of concern for the persecution of the Christians of Gaza and Bethlehem by Israel.
Alan Hart argues that the question of how to treat Israeli and other Jewish paranoia is one that should be encouraged by world leaders and urgently addressed by the world's most eminent and universally respected psychiatrists.
Lawrence Davidson says the belief – advocated by UK-based Culture for Coexistence – that cultural interaction would promote Palestinian-Israeli peace is unfounded and camouflages Israel’s policies of ethnic cleansing.
Marianne Azizi writes: In the town
Jamal Kanj argues that the lynching of an Eritrean refugee by a mob of Israeli Jews who thought he was Palestinian, and the murder of an Israeli Jew who was mistaken for a Palestinian, are manifestations of the fundamentally racist nature of Israel’s Jewish population.
Jonathan Cook argues that the chaotic violence of the past weeks in occupied Jerusalem and other parts of the occupied Palestinian territories “looks like a warning from the future – a future Israel is hurtling towards”.
Alan Hart says it is past time to stop advocating a two-state solution to the Palestine-Israel conflict and focus energies on getting Israelis to understand that the only choice now is one democratic state or disaster.