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Strange Slow Dance Between Israel And The Gulf States, Despite Annexation

Strange Slow Dance Between Israel And The Gulf States, Despite Annexation

July 9, 2020

UAE ambassador Yousef al-Otaiba wrote an article promising normalization on the condition that Israel does not annex parts of the West Bank. Jamal Juma’ of Stop The Wall pushed back with an opinion piece in Middle East Eye exposing the reality of Israeli apartheid.

Can Public Education Survive COVID-19?

May 22, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted apartheid conditions in US public schools.

Is This The Death Of The Two-State Solution?

April 6, 2020

In his new book, “Paradigm Lost: From Two-State Solution to One-State Reality,” Ian Lustick describes the end of not only the two-state solution, but also the idea of partition.

Netanyahu Indicted on Corruption Charges, But Won’t Step Down

November 22, 2019

Is this the end of the 13-year Netanyahu era? What is Trump learning from Netanyahu’s unprecedented response to the charges against him?

Israelis Lose Interest in Politics and Upcoming Election

Israelis Lose Interest in Politics and Upcoming Election

September 13, 2019

Shir Hever talks about the slow election cycle in Israel, the second in the same year, in which the parties make minimal effort to campaign. Opinion polls predict the same result as the election last April, meaning that no clear winner can be identified

Orwellian Surveillance of Tohono O'odham Nation - A Test Case for Entire US Border?

Orwellian Surveillance of Tohono O’odham Nation – A Test Case for Entire US Border?

August 28, 2019

Will Parrish tells the story of how Israeli surveillance techniques originally developed to control Palestinians are now being used on Indigenous land near the border to control migrants, and could be expanded to the entire nation

Trump Tweets About Disloyal Jews, Then Tweets He’s “King of Israel”

Trump Tweets About Disloyal Jews, Then Tweets He’s “King of Israel”

August 22, 2019

Haggai Matar, editor of #972 Magazine discusses Netanyahu’s Trump-inspired Omar and Tlaib ban, Trump’s bizarre retweets, and its effect on Jews and the U.S. election

Rep Ayanna Pressley on Israel's Ban: “Bigoted, Short-Sighted and Cruel”

Rep Ayanna Pressley on Israel’s Ban: “Bigoted, Short-Sighted and Cruel”

August 21, 2019

These are the words tweeted by Rep. Ayanna Pressley in response to the Israeli decision to ban the entry of Rep. Ilhan Omar and Rep. Rashida Tlaib. The story has a striking resemblance to South Africa and Rhodesia blocking the entry of African American Democratic Representative Charles C. Diggs Junior in January 1972

Netanyahu Becomes Longest-Serving Prime Minister in Israel History 

Netanyahu Becomes Longest-Serving Prime Minister in Israel History

July 24, 2019

Shir Hever compares the world of founding Prime Minister Ben Gurion, who pushed a collective spirit and built an Israeli security elite, to that of populist Benjamin Netanyahu, who has profited from the spoils of colonialism while building a cult of personality.

State Capture Crisis Grips South African Elections

May 9, 2019

Widespread corruption, unemployment, inequity and disillusionment hovers over South African elections.  We must have higher expectations from a national liberation movement says Professor Rasigan Maharajh