by Brenda Heard
The 15th of May is a day of remembrance. Around the world, we remember the systematic displacement and massacre of the Palestinian people. In their honour, we take note of the necessity of safeguarding the sliver of impoverished land that has been left to the survivors.
by Brenda Heard
The Arab peoples have had enough of the condescending advisories from those who have their strategic eye on Aladdin’s cave. The Arab peoples do not need the dubious money-maker George Soros to sort out on the BBC the Arabs’ handling of their own natural resources. Nor do they need David Cameron’s vision of ‘stability and security for all.’ Because his vision is simply not for all. He said it himself: he will always be an advocate for the State of Israel.
Share Alice Speri, The Electronic Intifada As Israel’s illegal settlement enterprise in the occupied West Bank continues to be a strain on US-Israel relations, an unflattering light is being shone on US private donations towards the development of the settlements that are increasingly encroaching on Palestinian land. Most of the construction work in the settlements [...]Read more
By Yousef Munayyer
The Unspoken Alliance is an important work that uses declassified government documents to confirm what many had always suspected. There is little in this book which comes as a shock to those who had long presumed deep ties between Israel and South Africa, but the level of detail, precision and documentation is first-class and unique.Read more