Category: Israel/Palestine

Ramzy Baroud: Gazans Have Crossed the Fear Barrier

Will the international community remain trapped between hollow statements and no action?

Norman Finkelstein: “The World’s Largest Concentration Camp”

Israel has once again conducted a premeditated, full-scale massacre in broad daylight, in front of the cameras of the world. Once again, it took place in Gaza

Amitai Ben-Abba: Israel’s New Ideology of Genocide

If the world will fail to act effectively in support of the Palestinians, this will be the crest of the Nakba, the Catastrophe, the process of Palestinian disenfranchisement that has begun 140 years ago

Uri Avnery: The Day of Shame

On Bloody Monday, when the number of Palestinian killed and wounded was rising by the hour, I asked myself: what would I have done if I had been a youngster of 15 in the Gaza Strip?

Ali Abunimah: Lieberman escalates incitement against Palestinian lawmakers

Israel’s defense minister is escalating his incitement against Palestinian citizens of Israel, following a police attack on a peaceful protest in the northern city of Haifa

Robert Fisk: How long will we pretend that the Palestinians are non-people?

If we can now accept a massacre on this scale, how far can our immune system go in the days and weeks and months to come?

Phyllis Bennis: Palestinians Are Forcing the World to See Their Humanity

The Gaza massacre is a war crime. And the United States is complicit alongside Israel

Patrick Cockburn: Uncritical Support

Lack of any US restraint is attractive to Israel’s right-wing government, but it will not necessarily do Israelis a lot of good

Gregory Shupak: Blaming the Victims of Israel’s Gaza Massacre

Israel massacred 60 Palestinians on Monday, including seven children, bringing to 101 the total number of Palestinians Israel has killed since Palestinians began the Great March on March 30. In that period, Israel has killed 11 Palestinian children, two journalists, one person on crutches and three persons with disabilities. Monday’s casualties included 1,861 wounded, bringing Read more…

Ramzy Baroud: My Home is Beit Daras: our Lingering Nakba

When Google Earth was launched in 2001, I rushed immediately to locate a village that no longer exists on a map, which now delineates a whole different reality. Although I was born and raised in a Gaza refugee camp, and then moved to and lived in the United States, finding a village that was erased Read more…

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