AIPAC

Archive

Zionist lobby’s new orders for Obama

Alan Hart argues that new instructions issued to President Obama by Israel through its stooges in Congress, in the form of House Resolution 1734, might be a sign of panic

Israel’s Netanyahu undoubted winner of US mid-term elections – for now

Uri Avnery argues that although the Republican win in the US mid-term elections represents a victory for Binyamin Netanyahu, the longer term prospects for the Israeli prime minister and those

Tasing Rick Sanchez: Jon Stewart’s Jokes and CNN’s Double Standards

When CNN fired Rick Sanchez last week for his bumbling comments about Jon Stewart, Jews in the media and his own bosses, it was treated for the most part as

What Obama Hasn’t Changed About the Mid East Peace Process

Forgive my cynicism, but you will not see me holding my breath in anticipation of a comprehensive and just conclusion to the Arab-Israeli conflict, not this time around, not even

Overcoming AIPAC is not enough

Lawrence Davidson outlines a strategy for unshackling the United States from Israel, based on melding the liberation of the US from AIPAC with the revival of American national interests in

Fatah: Collaborationist Israeli ally

Stephen Lendman charts the shameful record of Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah faction, who since the Oslo accords of 1973 have played the role of Israel’s

George Mitchell hoping for a quick-fix fake peace?

For real peace he must bang heads together at the United Nations to finish their unfinished business

The Israeli Lobby: Declassified Documents Expose Its Influence

James Petras' powerful 2006 book titled, "The Power of Israel in the United States" explained the enormous Jewish Lobby influence on US Middle East policies.

Has “Obamageddon” signed the world’s death warrant?

Stuart Littlewood considers the deadly implications for humanity of US President Barack Obama’s decision to sell Israel nuclear materials and technology and to reaffirm “a four-decade-old secret understanding that allowed

Stephen M. Walt: The Critic of My Friend is My Enemy

Last week Jim Lobe published a terrific piece at InterPress Service, detailing how prominent neoconservatives have switched from being strong supporters (and in some cases well-paid consultants) of the Turkish