Dyno-Rod David Cameron

Meet Dave, your Christian “Dyno-Rod”

Stuart Littlewood reflects on the “Christian” rhetoric of Prime Minister David Cameron, whose actions belie his supposedly “Christian” sentiment, and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, whose moral outrage carefully tip-toes around Israel. More »

Sharing and inequality

Sharing – the alternative to inequality and collapse 

Graham Peebles explains why redistribution – or sharing – of resources, skills and knowledge is the sensible alternative to the prevalent neo-liberal model, which is promoting inequality and destroying social cohesion. More »

Binyamin Netanyahu and Ed Miliband

UK opposition leader falls for Zionist propaganda

Stuart Littlewood reminds us of UK opposition leader Ed Miliband’s broken promise – that he would visit the occupied Palestinian territories – and views his decision instead to regurgitate Israeli propaganda. More »

Pollution in Delhi

Filthy, deadly mayhem in India

Graham Peebles highlights the debilitating effects of pollution in India, arguing that it is time to end the official corruption and complacency that is turning India into the world’s biggest sewer. More »

Burst bubble

Why the Palestinian-Israeli talks bubble burst

Uri Avnery examines the myths, the comprehensive lack of understandings and the fears of the alternatives to a world of make-believe surrounding the failed US-mediated talks between Israel and the Palestinians. More »

Israeli serpent

Israel the unprincipled entity

Jamal Kanj says American spinelessness towards Israel – once described by a French diplomat as a “shitty little country” – is responsible for the collapse of so-called “peace” talks with the Palestinians. More »

BBC Israel Public Inquiry

BBC misreports John Kerry on talks failure

Nureddin Sabir detects the hands of Zionists behind the BBC’s misreporting of US Secretary of State Kerry’s statement, to downplay his blaming of Israel for the failure of talks with the Palestinians. More »

Israeli theft of Palestinian rights

The reality behind the Israeli-Palestinian talks

Jonathan Cook argues that, with the imminent failure of the Israeli-Palestinian talks,“the era of wishful thinking may finally be coming to an end – and that will be progress in itself”. More »

Israeli bullying

Threats from Palestine’s nasty neighbour

Stuart Littlewood views Israel’s threatening response to Palestinian moves to join international organizations as they’re entitled to, and wonders what entitles the squatters to threaten the indigenous people from exercising their rights. More »

Sheldon Adelson

Zionist billionaire eyes US presidential purchase

Uri Avnery examines how big money is corrupting US and Israeli politics, and highlights the role of American Jewish casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson who is now considering his next US presidential purchase. More »

Tag: Palestinians

Israel’s proud traitors

Despised by Israeli Jews as Untermenschen, the Bedouin have in recent years hit the headlines as victims of Israel’s policy of ethnic cleansing – a probable precursor to a more general ethnic

Israel-Palestine talks: the balance sheet so far

Barack Obama looking grim

Jonathan Cook argues that while the current Israeli-Palestinian talks are likely to yield at best miserly results, in the longer term Israel seems destined to be shunned by the world.

An Israeli takeover of the Palestinian Authority?

Muhammad Dahlan

Alan Hart speculates on whether Israel is plotting to replace Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas with Muhammad Dahlan, seen as Israel’s agent, who would duly liquidate the Palestinian cause on its behalf.

When will Palestinians clear the decks for action?

Manuel Hassassian

Stuart Littlewood argues for civil society action to bring Israel to justice, given the absence of Palestinian leadership, as shown by the performance of the Palestinian ambassador at a UK parliament hearing.

How butcher Sharon massacred my relatives

Sabra and Shatila

Jamal Kanj remembers Ariel Sharon, whom Western leaders are absurdly calling a “man of peace”, as the criminal who murdered his cousin, along with 3,000 other innocent civilians in Sabra and Shatila.

Time for Palestinian leadership spring clean

Saeb Erekat and Mahmoud Abbas

Stuart Littlewood explains why it is past time for Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, chief negotiator Saeb Erekat and the Palestine Liberation Organization leadership to pack their bags and disappear.

The enduring power of Zionism’s propaganda lies

Big media lies

Alan Hart challenges BBC news chiefs to meet him so he can outline the need for historical truth in reporting the Palestine conflict but says fear of Zionism means this cannot happen.

Snow job about Israel-Palestine

Jerusalem snowy sky

Lawrence Davidson looks at how, by omission, the New York Times’ coverage of the Palestine-Israel conflict portrays Israel in the best possible light while ignoring the Palestinian narrative.

US plans “Gazafication” of the West Bank

Apartheid Wall and Cages

Jonathan Cook argues that in the current US-sponsored talks with Israel, “the Palestinian leadership is being cajoled into an agreement that would destroy any hopes of a viable Palestinian state”.

Israel’s isolation grows as it falls out with Romania and the Netherlands

It’s been yet another bad week for Israel. First, its loyal poodle Britain fired its first-ever warning shot, signalling that it may have just about had enough of the apartheid state’s deceptions