Noam Sheizaf has a smart piece up at Foreign Policy forecasting the results of the upcoming Knesset elections. It looks like Netanyahu is here to stay.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Orwellian-style agitprop from James Joyner in The Atlantic on the Haditha massacre where 24 unarmed Iraqi men, women and children were killed by a group of United States Marines in 2005.
Gingrich once blamed Israel for Palestinians’ lack of freedom
Four times Robert Siegel of NPR asks a Muslim Brotherhood spokesman about Israeli security
Tadamun: Israel detained student because of his graduate project The international Tadamun society for human rights said the Israeli occupation forces detained about one month ago a university student from Tulkarem city because of his graduate research project. http://www.palestine-info.co.uk/En/default.aspx?xyz=U6Qq7k%2bcOd87MDI46m9rUxJEpMO%2bi1s7O3qDRF3WREx3wYTrFgxMOSSQo9JgM%2bObc4F2HWdIdpTK5RUW2mdj%2fNoVq9I%2fj0wNQtH%2bO8LaCtjo6QTNLCz3g3TdLzAl98TKajRLGgrChaI%3d Land Theft / Land Theft & Destruction / Restriction of Movement / Apartheid Israel plans to […]
Groundbreaking Sundance documentary shows judges who created legal footing for Israeli occupation lack any sense of responsibility
The questions — regarding vision, strategy, and analysis — produce sharp cleavages on the Left. Indeed, generally ones much deeper than they need to be. And they remain stubbornly unsettled.
A land without food for a people with a Soda Stream
A new day begins in Gaza, as the dead were peacefully buried.
Sensationalist, shocking piece justifying an attack on Iran is a landmark in warmongering journalism
Benjamin Netanyahu and Dennis Ross Last week, Haaretz’s Barak Ravid broke the story that Dennis Ross, late of the Obama administration, had never actually given up his security clearance and was still playing an outsized, and seemingly unchecked, role in advising the president. Now Ravid has a follow-up revelation that suggests just how strong the […]
Land, property theft & destruction / Ethnic cleansing / Apartheid Center: Israel expanding south Hebron settlement HEBRON (Ma‘an) 29 Jan — The Land Research Center said on Sunday that the Israel is expanding the Karmel settlement in south Hebron. Israeli forces have started digging on 10 dunams of the land to the south of the […]
The race for control of energy resources has escalated to a point where China, India and Russia, three main Eastern powers, are drawn into open confrontation with America and the European Union.
David Horowitz publishes Islamophobic ad in Ohio State University newspaper, stirring rage in the capital
Neocons slamming boycott movement in Philly always resort to military action when they don’t like foreign countries’ behavior
Justin Raimondo with a useful corrective in Antiwar.com. While James Kirchick and Spencer Ackerman claim the term “Israel Firster” comes from an anti-Semitic newspaper in the 197os, it ends up it was coined twenty years earlier by anti-Zionist writer Alfred M. Lilienthal
Palestinian refugees born in Israel can’t return to their homes. But an American can discover Judaism and move there no problemo
Israeli settler makes a movie pushing attack on Iran. Democratic Party gives him political cover
Jerusalem villagers use their hands to move rocks blocking their road, thanks to Israeli bulldozers
Emotional blackmail from the Israel lobby: Do you like Israel?
Oklahoma-raised author of Fast Times in Palestine will be in Chelsea tonight
Paul Simon seeks, and fails, to justify playing South Africa 25 years ago when boycotters were trying to end apartheid
Scary Christian Zionist cartoon has Obama asking Netanyahu to tear down western wall
We’ve been following the Sodastreaming of America, the unique mainstream cachet of a seltzer maker made in occupied territory. Well, Food52 is a foodie blog. They’re promoting Sodastream as one of 52 essential items. “These things are life-changing.”