Netanyahu’s military secretary skips UK visit fearing arrest

The Israeli Prime Minister’s military secretary, Gen. Yohanan Locker, decided not to accompany Benjamin Netanyahu on his trip to London fearing arrest, according to Israeli army radio.

Britain hangs out “welcome” sign to war criminals

Stuart Littlewood views the efforts of Israel’s stooges at the heart of the British government, William Hague and the Conservative Friends of Israel, to amend UK law so that Israeli

His father’s boy: the three faces of Binyamin Netanyahu

Uri Avnery considers the three faces of Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu: the unprincipled conman, the street-wise trickster and the advocate of Greater Israel. He concludes that while Netanyahu displays

Does international law have a future?

Lawrence Davidson considers how the application of international law has become “class based”, where the criminal leaders of powerful states – or those with powerful patrons – enjoy impunity, while

British officials moving to amend internal law to protect Israel’s war criminals

Pro-Israeli senior officials in the British government are embarking on getting the arrest warrant law changed in order to prevent the arrest of Israeli officials during their visits to the

Protesters picket speech by Israel’s Tzipi Livni at New York City’s Russian Tea Room

Chanting "Tzipi Livni, you can't hide — we charge you with genocide" and calling for Livni to be prosecuted for Israeli war crimes in Gaza.

One Belgian and 13 Gazans to sue Israeli officials for war crimes

A Belgian doctor of Palestinian origin and 13 other Palestinians from the Gaza Strip hired two lawyers to file lawsuits against 14 Israeli politicians including Ehud Olmert, Ehud Barak, Tzipi

The Decline of Israel and the Prospects for Peace

Israel is a democracy that historically gerrymandered its electoral constituency by expelling most of the indigenous population outside its borders – now referred to as the Palestinian refugees – to

The PLC strongly condemns British government’s attempts to protect war criminals

The Presidency of the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC), condemned intentions by the British PM Gordon Brown to propose to the parliament a change of the law that allows judges to

Britain’s Iraq War Inquiry

Martin Gilbert should understand why the British public should be worried that an active supporter of Israel on the Iraq Inquiry might not be impartial or rigorous in scrutinizing the