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by: Stuart Littlewood 2011-7-12
Stuart Littlewood argues that the lack of civilized conduct, fair play and proper respect for others in international affairs has been highlighted by the conspiracy between Greece and Israel – and behind them, the USA and Britain – to abort the Gaza humanitarian flotilla, and the aiding and abetting of crimes against the Palestinians in Gaza and the occupied territories...

by: Stuart Littlewood 2011-6-30
Stuart Littlewood highlights the European Union’s willful failure to protect the citizens of its member states in the face of Israel’s explicit threat to murder humanitarian workers planning to take part in the upcoming aid flotilla to Gaza...

by: Jane Hirschmann 2011-5-16
Jane Hirschmann outlines the compelling humanitarian case behind the planned 1,000-strong human rights flotilla due to set sail for the beleaguered Gaza Strip this June in order to highlight the Israeli-designed and Western-backed catastrophe gripping the people of Gaza...

by: Lawrence Davidson 2011-4-5
Lawrence Davidson looks at the flawed logic and the tribal, personal and political pressures that may have led Richard Goldstone, the South African Jewish judge who authored the report of the UN fact-finding mission on the Gaza conflict, into altering his original verdict which suggested that Israel might have committed war crimes during its invasion of Gaza in December 2008...

by: Jonathan Cook 2011-3-25
Jonathan Cook reports on the kidnapping of Dirar Abu Sisi, operations manager of Gaza’s only power plant, by Israeli Mossad agents in Ukraine amid deep suspicions of official Ukrainian complicity...

by: Stuart Littlewood 2011-1-20
Stuart Littlewood argues that the Palestinian cause is in desperate need of a marketing and public relations makeover, and of competent advocates to promote the Palestinian struggle in the West. He contrasts the complacency and ineptitude of the Palestinian Authority with media savvy internationals and Palestinian volunteers...

by: Paul J. Balles 2011-1-20
Paul J. Balles highlights six writers whose work in the alternative media has brought important perspectives to one major issue: Israel and the role of America in the Middle East...

by: Lawrence Davidson 2011-1-19
Lawrence Davidson analyses the growth of fascism in Israel, arguing that this process “did not begin ... with 1967 and the taking of the occupied territories. It did not even begin in 1917 and the Balfour Declaration. It began with the very inception of Zionism.”..

by: Yvonne Ridley 2011-1-19
Yvonne Ridley comments on the British media’s lopsided coverage of the uprising in Tunisia – devoting airtime to the inconvenience caused to UK tourists and focusing on the role of social media rather than the “revolutionaries who physically took to the streets and faced down live ammunition, baton charges and tear gas”...

by: Alan Hart 2011-1-19
Alan Hart explains why we should not dismiss lightly Lebanese Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s assertion that the tribunal investigating the assassination of former Prime Minister Rafik Hariri as “an American and Israeli tool”...

by: Yvonne Ridley 2011-1-8
Yvonne Ridley considers the appalling state of the USA’s penal institutions and judicial system, where “the accused are often judged by the colour of their skin, religion and class”, and urges UK Prime Minister David Cameron “to tear up the 2003 extradition treaty now” and “tell Obama to get stuffed”...

by: Nasser Rego 2011-1-8
Nasser Rego views the case of Palestinian civil liberties activist Nuri al-Oqbi to highlight the racist underpinnings of the Israeli judicial system and draw attention to the use of the courts as instruments of ethnic cleansing and delegitimization of a section of Israeli society, the Bedouin citizens...

by: Paul J. Balles 2011-1-8
Paul J. Balles looks at the hazards of relying on the mainstream media, which are increasingly concentrated in the hands of a small number of conglomerates and moguls, such as Rupert Murdoch, and suggests some websites and commentators in alternative media...

by: Lawrence Davidson 2011-1-8
Lawrence Davidson views a prime case of US double standards: the failure of the Obama administration to prosecute prominent US Republicans for lending support to an Iranian group that is on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations, while simultaneously prosecuting Americans with connections to Palestinian and Colombian resistance organizations...

2011-1-8
Richard Lightbown argues that whatever Israel does when the Mavi Marmara sets sail for Gaza on the first anniversary of the murder of aid workers by Israeli commandos aboard the same ship, the movement to break the illegal siege of Gaza “is not going to be frightened off. It is not going to go away. It is not going to wither and die."..

by: Rod Cox 2011-1-8
Rod Cox argues that Palestinian National Authority (PNA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’s decision to suspended Mohammed Dahlan from a key body of the ruling Fatah faction pending an investigation into allegations that he was plotting a coup deprives Israel of a principal tool and removes a stumbling block to reconciliation with Hamas...

2010-12-27
Lawrence Davidson analyses the reasons behind the widening gulf between the US national self-image as “the world’s prime purveyor of good government, stability and progress” and the reality of imperial power, hypocrisy and double standards...

2010-12-23
Recalling the cold-blooded Israeli attack on the US warship the Liberty, Alan Hart considers what nuclear-armed Israel might do if its Moldovan bouncer-cum-foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, got the job he covets most, that of Israeli prime minister...

by: Rachel Stephens 2010-12-22
Rachel Stephens argues that this Christmas people should “celebrate the continuing tradition of Christ, who railed against the law makers of his time in an attempt to bring love, hope and justice”, by supporting and following the example of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in vowing “to spread the truth and to work against the tendency in governments towards evil”...

2010-12-22
Recalling the cold-blooded Israeli attack on the US warship the Liberty, Alan Hart considers what nuclear-armed Israel might do if its Moldovan bouncer-cum-foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman, got the job he covets most, that of Israeli prime minister...

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