Marjorie Cohn says Trump is aiding and abetting Israel’s war crimes under the cover of Covid.
THE ANGRY ARAB: How Arabs Watch Israeli Elections
The view is no different from how South African blacks regarded elections of whites in apartheid South Africa, writes As’ad AbuKhalil.
Israeli Politics Enter Grubby Realm of Reality TV
Netanyahu demands a TV showdown with his corruption accusers and Roseanne Barr prepares to address the Knesset. The poverty of public discourse has never been more apparent, writes Jonathan Cook.
The Legacy and Fallacies of Bernard Lewis
Bernard Lewis, seen by some in the West as a giant of Arab and Muslim scholarship, left behind a legacy of falsehoods and politically-motivated distortions, as As’ad AbuKhalil explains.
After Gaza Massacre, Israeli Leaders Should Be Prosecuted for War Crimes
After its soldiers conducted a massacre against unarmed protesters in Gaza, Israeli leaders should be prosecuted by the International Criminal Court, argues Marjorie Cohn.
The Arab Struggle Against Bigotry
For decades, Arabs in the United States have been the focus of bigotry that spikes after incidents of violence and its exploitation by politicians, including President Trump, writes Marjorie Cohn at Truthdig.
Trump’s Unrealistic Foreign Policy ‘Realism’
President Trump fancies himself a “principled realist,” but the reality is that there are very few principles and very little reality attached to his foreign policy, says ex-CIA analyst Paul R. Pillar.
Government Smearing of Israel’s Critics
Israel’s pressure to conflate criticism of its treatment of Palestinians with the evils of anti-Semitism has stifled a needed debate in Western societies, as Lawrence Davidson explains.
Netanyahu’s No-Way to a Peace Deal
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu tried to sound reasonable in his first meeting with President Trump, but he will never agree to a reasonable peace deal with the Palestinians, says Alon Ben-Meir.
Israel’s Above-the-Law Behavior
Despite stern warnings from the U.N. and even the U.S., Israel continues its steady march toward becoming an apartheid state that relies on anti-Arab racism to justify its behavior, as Lawrence Davidson describes.