Tag Archives: USA

What does Netanyahu’s re-election mean?

Netanyahu and the politics of fear Lawrence Davidson assesses the consequences of Binyamin Netanyahu’s re-election for Israelis, Palestinians and the US, arguing that, ultimately, the Palestinians may be the only beneficiaries and the Jews the biggest losers.

Netanyahu’s victory: Now what President Obama?

Decision time for Obama Alan Hart says Netanyahu’s election victory leaves Obama with two options: to compel Israel to do the right thing, or to allow it to take the region and the world to hell.

Getting past the issue of being Jewish 

Judaism rejects Zionism Lawrence Davidson warns activists against falling into the Zionist trap of assuming that Israel is identical with the Jewish people and that individual Jews cannot do other than support the Zionist state.

Netanyahu’s farcical fear mongering

Alan Hart writes: My Chambers

Who and what is the real Netanyahu?

Binyamin Natanyahu mugshot Alan Hart finds the key to understanding Binyamin Netanyahu in his father, Benzion Mileikowsky, an advocate of colonisation who believed the only way Israel could survive was "by killing all Arabs”.

Binyamin Netanyahu’s expensive speech

Netanyahu’s expensive speech Uri Avnery says by spiting President Obama in Congress Netanyahu may succeed in outflanking his opponents in Israel’s coming elections, but the price could be Israel’s lifeline – the alliance with Washington.

The poisonous State of Qatar

Qatar map Nureddin Sabir examines Qatar’s policy of reliance on the USA and support for Islamism, and its media strategy, as represented by Aljazeera, which talks democracy to Westerners but espouses Islamism to Arabs.

Israel’s new Asian allies

China loves Israel With Israel turning to Asia to compensate for its loss of Western support, Jonathan Cook wonders how long it will be before it starts replying on a Chinese veto at the UN.

How to defeat violent Islamic fundamentalism

Islamic State terrorists Alan Hart says Western foreign policy and repressive Arab and Muslim regimes are at the core of violent Islamic fundamentalism, and that Western leaders could change both, but they will not.

Why we need the International Criminal Court

International Criminal Court Lawrence Davidson explains why the implications of the International Criminal Court’s preliminary investigation of Israeli war crimes during the 2014 invasion of the Gaza Strip go far beyond the Middle East.