Benny Gantz’s comments “should be entered directly as evidence of war crimes to the International Criminal Court,” said one critic.
Month: May 2021
THE ANGRY ARAB: US Defeat in Afghanistan — A Contrast With the Soviet Experience
As`ad AbuKhalil says Western media never regarded the U.S. involvement for what it really was.
LETTER FROM LONDON: The Troubling Sentencing of Craig Murray
The defence counsel has reasonably criticized the decision to impose a prison sentence, writes Alexander Mercouris.
‘The Russia Question’
Diplomacy must not die, write James W. Carden, Marshall Auerback and Patrick Lawrence.
Corporate Media’s War to Snuff Out Independent Journalism
Journalist Jonathan Cook’s searing talk at the International Festival of Whistleblowing, Dissent and Accountability on Saturday on the counterattack from legacy media.
Destroying Palestinian Jerusalem
Yara Hawari describes the vital — and increasingly threatened — role Jerusalem has played in shaping Palestinian identity.
The Israel Narrative Is Crumbling
There are only so many viral videos of unconscionable acts that can be dismissed, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Western Media Slammed for Coverage of Deadly IDF Attacks on Gaza
A U.S. State Department spokesperson also faced criticism for refusing to condemn the reported killing of Palestinian children.
Murray Sentenced to 8 Months in Prison
Craig Murray, the former British diplomat, has been sentenced to 8 months in prison for contempt of court during the 2020 trial of former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond.
Questioning America’s Warlords
Endless war is a feature of American national programming, argues William Astore.