The rapid growth of the BDS movement is a direct result of Western politicians like Cameron and Hague flunking their duty to uphold the law
A large majority of conservative MPs and MEPs are Friends of Israel, subjecting a significant number of politicians to the sway of the Israeli lobby
Governments may bow to Jewish/Israeli exceptionalism and politicians may be bullied into submission, but civil society won’t stand for it
It is totally unacceptable that the Israelis should behave the way they do, but they do not care
Needless to say, the usual suspects have jumped on the Quenelle and branded it anti-Semitic
Hamas and Fatah have never cared for the toils of the alternative media on their behalf
William Hague and his ilk, in their foolishness, have made sure that Israelis take no notice of requests, consultations and urgings
We didn’t hear Hague and his friends call for a reckoning with the psychopaths of the Israeli regime just two years earlier
What angers activists is that the out-smarted and humilitaed leadership still don’t appear to have cleared the decks for action
The late former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s legacy is ‘significant,’ but not in a good way
President Mahmoud Abbas and his hapless crew promised the U.S. not to file charges against Israel in the ICC
There’s still no sign that Abbas himself has got into gear and commenced the necessary preparations for Palestine to activate the ICC
Looking at Israel’s crime-sheet for 2013, one must ask why David Cameron is supporting the country
London’s Christmas was made gloomier this year by a replica of the Israeli annexation Wall around a church
Why is the British prime minsiter supporting Israel?
Hello, the holly-decked halls of Westminster. Be of good cheer, all you chaps in your little festive bubble. At this important time who can forget how ...
Why has Hague been so focused on Iran when Israel is the one with a runaway and an unsafeguarded nuclear weapons program?
CNN recently reported on Israeli PM Netanyahu’s reception at the Vatican and plans for the Pope to visit Israel in May. Recalling the shabby ...
An email, purportedly from the PLO, states that the Palestinian negotiations team has resigned, leaving the future of talks with Israel seemingly unclear
Later this month, Palestinians will be celebrating an important anniversary, namely the decision by the U.N. General Assembly a year ago to recognize ...
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