Tag Archives: Zionist lobby
Jamal Kanj says Jeremy Corbyn has a unique chance to do what other progressive leaders failed to achieve by reaching out to marginalised British voters and working with the Scottish National Party.
Gilad Atzmon deconstructs a tirade by David Hirsh, a campaigner against academic boycotts of Israel, published in The Jewish Chronicle, a British Zionist rag, and advises the Zionist campaigner to do a bit more self-reflection.
Stuart Littlewood examines the smears hurled at newly-elected UK Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn by the Tories, and wonders who is the real threat to national security: Corbyn or the Tories who have pledged allegiance to Israel?
Jonathan Cook argues that as Binyamin Netanyahu faces defeat in trying to block President Obama’s deal with Iran, his aim now may be to clear the path into the White House next year for a Republican president.
Lawrence Davidson examines the detrimental effects of Israel’s insistence that it is the national embodiment of the Jewish people on US Jews and Jewish bodies, many of which stigmatise any Jew who publicly criticises Israel.
Stuart Littlewood considers UK Premier Cameron’s appointment of Stuart Polak, a self-declared agent of Israel, to the House of Lords, noting Polak’s pledge to serve Israel, not the British people, in the upper chamber of parliament.
Lawrence Davidson says the fact that Jews in the United States are divided over the Iran nuclear deal undermines the myth that all Jews are united behind and synonymous with Zionist Israel.
Stuart Littlewood shows why every utterance of yesteryear’s losers – Tony Blair, Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, Andy Burnham and Alastair Campbell – will ensure Jeremy Corbyn heads for a landslide in the Labour Party leadership elections.
Alan Hart explains why only external pressure – as opposed to reason – can bring about a change in Israeli attitudes and policy, and pave the way for a just peace with the Palestinians.