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Tell that to the USS Liberty’s survivors, Mr Lieberman

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

Tell that to the USS Liberty’s survivors, Mr Lieberman

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

Israel’s fear of boycott movement behind obsession with recognition as Jewish state

Lawrence Davidson unpicks the subtext behind the current emphasis by Zionists on recognition of Israel as a Jewish state, which he says is aimed primarily “at undermining the growing boycott

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

The parameters of peace

Can the Obama administration forge a peace agreement, and what steps should it be taking in Mideast policy?

Israel and Palestine: A true one-state solution

"Where is the Palestinian Mandela?" pundits occasionally ask. But after these latest Israeli-Palestinian peace talks in Washington fail — as they inevitably will — the more pressing question may be:

Revered Israeli rabbi preaches slaughter of gentile babies

Jonathan Cook considers the ideas of a leading Israeli rabbi, Yitzhak Shapira, who together with another rabbi, Yosef Elitzur, has written a book in which he sanctions the murder of

Kadima: Netanyahu not serious about peace talks with Fatah

Israeli Kadima party chairman Haim Ramon questioned whether Benjamin Netanyahu’s government was “seriously” planning to go into negotiations with the Fatah authority in Ramallah, especially regarding the issues of security

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

Israel’s bomb out of the shadows

Israel faces unprecedented pressure to abandon its official policy of “ambiguity” on its possession of nuclear weapons as the international community meets at the United Nations in New York this