“This needs the right intervention, an intervention from the outside world.” Ann Wright reports on an open letter from the director general of the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme.
Month: May 2021
What is Left for Palestine?
An entire nation cannot turn the other cheek to a power that is seriously intent on genocide, writes Craig Murray.
Refusing Erasure: Palestinian Resistance
Danny Sjursen sees the Biden administration continuing American complicity in historic injustice in the Holy Land.
The Moral Cowardice of UK’s Opposition Leader on Palestine
Jonathan Cook condemns Keir Starmer’s failure to make it clear that Israel is committing war crimes for which there should be harsh consequences.
Google Employees Call on Company to Cut Ties to Israeli Military
A group of Jewish and “allied” employees of the tech giant have published an open letter calling for the end of contracts with the IDF; to not censor public debate on Israel and Palestine; to recognize the pain of Palestinians…
Israel Isn’t Entitled to ‘Self-Defense’ Against the People Under Its Occupation
Seven years after Operation Protective Edge, Israeli officials are once again committing war crimes in the occupied Palestinian territories, writes Marjorie Cohn.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: 1948 — No Longer Shrouded in the Mists
What we see now is a purposeful program of terror and it is merely the latest, in form and intent, of what Palestinians have endured since the Nakba.
Israel Kills 11 Children Receiving Trauma Care in Their Homes
The Norwegian Refugee Council confirmed that 11 of over 60 children killed by Israeli air strikes in Gaza over the last week were participating in its psycho-social program aimed at helping them deal with trauma.
Leak Exposes Fissures in Iranian Establishment and Power Shift to Hard-Liners
Gareth Porter analyzes comments by Iran’s foreign minister that may portend a different nuclear-dealing posture after the country’s presidential elections in mid-June.
Time to End the Silence on Israel’s Nuclear Weapons
While Israel’s large arsenal of nuclear weapons is exempt from any discussion, its government drives the suspicion of Iran’s nuclear energy program, writes Mehrnaz Shahabi.