Israel’s anti-terrorism justification abridges international law, writes Marjorie Cohn. The government has no right of self-defense against the people whose land it occupies.
Netanyahu Is Out But Nothing Has Changed for Palestinians
James Zogby says that once again the U.S. media is ignoring Israel’s creeping annexation of Palestinian lands and the government’s brutal aggression.
A Kinder, Gentler US Empire Is Not Possible
Caitlin Johnstone responds to the latest rebuke of progressive House member Ilhan Omar by members of her own party.
The Fumbling King & Palestinians’ Defeat of Oslo Culture
Like Biden’s foreign policy, Abbas is equally bankrupt, writes Ramzy Baroud.
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.
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.
Democratic Opposition to Israel Grows, Putting Biden in a Bind
Democrats in the U.S. Congress are split between traditional, knee-jerk support for Israel, and a rising chorus of Democratic members who are daring to speak out.
Gaza Between Occupation, Division & COVID-19: Confronting Total Collapse
Palestinians in Gaza are haunted by social misery, violence and wars every second of their lives, writes Ali Abdel-Wahab.
COVID-19: Coronavirus Meets the Israeli Occupation
Gaza has only 78 ICU beds and 63 ventilators, while in the West Bank Israeli house demolitions and military raids continue, reports Yara Hawari.
Trump’s Amateur Hour on Israel
Despite President Trump’s professed optimism, prospects for Israeli-Palestinian peace remain dismal, partly because Trump shows no sign of deviating from Israel’s hard-line stance, as ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar explains.