Uri Avnery argues that by distracting the Obama administration and world attention, the Ukraine crisis has given Netanyahu “months or years” during which he will build Jewish settlements at a frantic pace.
Stuart Littlewood examines the UK Football Association’s double standards whereby it appeases the Zionist lobby while ignoring Israel's monstrous acts against Palestinians as vigorously as other racist abuse, if not more so.
Graham Peebles highlights the Ethiopian authorities' gross violations of human rights in the Somali-inhabited Ogaden region of the country – a microcosm of its barbarous behaviour in Oromo, Amhara, Gambella and elsewhere.
Nureddin Sabir paints a dismal picture of the prospects for his native Libya, now a crumbling, lawless, failed state where Islamist militias have filled in the post-Gaddafi political and security vacuum.
Stuart Littlewood calls on the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, BDS, to mobilize locally and nationally to challenge candidates in UK and European elections on their membership of Friends of Israel lobbies.
Alan Hart wonders if enlightened self-interest would prompt enough Jews of the world to distance themselves from the Zionist monster and thereby cause Judaism and Zionism to go their separate ways.
Graham Peebles examines the consequences of worldwide inequality, and the complacency it breeds among the tiny number of beneficiaries, and senses signs of hope, “a new consciousness of synthesis, tolerance and cooperation”.
Stuart Littlewood interviews UN Special Rapporteur Richard Falk on a wide range of subjects, from the “peace process”, to the two-state solution and the international community’s responsibility to protect in Palestine.
Jamal Kanj says although the Palestinian leadership has been successful at condemning Israel and getting its crimes investigated, it chronically fails to turn its diplomatic gains into actual political advantage.
Stuart Littlewood says the Palestinian Authority’s appeasement of Israel will yield only misery and land thefts, and stresses its past time for the Palestinians to take Israel to the International Criminal Court.
As Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu desperately tries to pressure the United States into doing Israel’s dirty work in the Middle East, Sydney Hatchl writes to Redress Information & Analysis reminding readers
Uri Avnery examines the pathetic figure of Israel’s prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, a bore standing before an almost empty hall at the General Assembly, using false analogies and making empty threats.
Lawrence Davidson says UN rights rapporteur Richard Falk is guilty only of telling Americans the truth: that much of the terrorism they fear is a product of their own government’s continuing barbarism.