Tag Archives: Racism
Uri Avnery describes what happens when you mix religion with far-right fascist politics, as is the case in Israel now with its mix of surreal, religiously-inspired policies, supremacism and racism.
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.
“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.
Jonathan Cook draw attention to US President Barak Obama’s showering of Israel with arms and diplomatic cover despite it having the most extremist, racist and brazenly annexationist cabinet in its history.
Lawrence Davidson analyses the evolution of urban riots in the United States, and explores how the root causes of the present-day phenomenon, manifested mostly in the form or race riots, can be addressed.
Marianne Azizi gives an eyewitness account of the violence and tear gas used by Israel’s police against Ethiopian Jews peacefully protesting in Tel Aviv on 3 May against police violence and racism.