by Alan Hart
In my analysis global concern from here on should be less about trying to start a real peace process in which Israel’s present and likely future leaders have no interest and more about stopping a final Zionist ethnic cleansing of Palestine.
by Alan Hart
The most devastating in this chronicle of enemies is the most difficult to see. The phrase “enemy within” brings to mind the image of a shadowy spy stealing military secrets. That was the case for Israeli master spy Jonathan Pollard jailed for 1980s espionage that compromised U.S. Cold War strategy.
Many veterans of the Palestine Liberation Organisation, like the Tunis-based Farouq Al Qaddumi, see the PNA as nothing but a miserable pretext for power-hungry officials to stay in power, regardless of whether Palestinian aspirations are met or not.
Hundreds of businesses serving the settlers are booming in the 60 per cent of the West Bank, the so-called Area C, which falls under Israel’s full control. The real estate and construction industries, in particular, benefit from cut-price land – and increased profits – made available by theft from Palestinian owners
Shareby: Nureddin Sabir Often at seminal historical junctures the need to venture “outside the box” and think the unthinkable becomes critical. Such a moment is now upon the Palestinians. At stake is whether they will survive as a people or dissolve into the oblivion of the banished: ethnically cleansed from their homeland, the world’s new [...]Read more