Media and international attention may be declining, but the momentum for the “Unity Intifada” is not, writes Yara Hawari.
Tag: Israel-Palestine 2021 war
UK Official Accused of Breaking Ministerial Code on Arms to Israel
And James Cleverly is not the only member of Boris Johnson’s government to fail to answer parliamentary questions on the same subject, Mark Curtis reports.
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.
New Israeli Government Bombs Gaza
The Israeli military characterized the latest airstrikes as retaliation for “incendiary balloons” released into Israel from the Gaza Strip.
Zionist Academics Take the Side of State Power
Two historical associations in the U.S. for scholars of Middle East studies reflect opposing attitudes about Israel and its behavior toward the Palestinians, writes Lawrence Davidson.
Arms Sales: What Americans Know About Bombs Dropped in Their Name
By the time citizens hear about a sale, the export licenses are already approved and Boeing factories are churning out weapons we’ve never heard of, writes Danaka Katovich.
The Fumbling King & Palestinians’ Defeat of Oslo Culture
Like Biden’s foreign policy, Abbas is equally bankrupt, writes Ramzy Baroud.
William Hartung says the bombing of Gaza this month by the U.S.-financed and supplied Israeli military is just the latest example of the devastating toll exacted by American weapons transfers.
Outrage at Israel Fueling Global BDS Movement
Amid growing opposition to the violation of Palestinian human rights, Marjorie Cohn notes that 31 U.S. states have legislation against boycott of and divestment.
THE ANGRY ARAB: The Palestinian Cause After the War on Gaza
The U.S. and Israel tried to erase the Palestinian problem from the face of the earth, writes As`ad AbuKhalil.