History shows Israel will again fail to implement its agreement with Hamas

On August 27, 2014, in Articles, by admin

History shows Israel will again fail to implement its agreement with Hamas By David Morrison 26 August 2014: Palestinian and Israeli leaders have finally agreed an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire to end the seven-week-old Gaza war. It is appropriate to recall that Israel’s last military offensive against Gaza in November 2012 also ended with an agreement concerning Gaza brokered by Egypt [1].  Under it, […]

The elephants in the room: Israel’s weapons of mass destruction

On November 19, 2013, in Articles, by admin

The elephants in the room: Israel’s weapons of mass destruction By David Morrison   Israel is not a party to the Chemical Weapons Convention.  It signed the Convention in 1993 when it opened for signature, but it has never ratified it. Now that Syria has become a party to the Convention, Israel is one of only 6 states in the world […]

The White Supremacy of Zionism

On June 5, 2012, in blog posts, by admin

The White Supremacy of Zionism by Brenda Heard Perhaps it was the audacity of quoting Martin Luther King’s dream speech, one of history’s most eloquent pleas for racial equality.  Perhaps it was how the Israeli political party mocked King’s rhetorical style, telling African asylum seekers to forget the Jewish gated community, to instead “Go forth […]

Tour d’horizon: An Iranian optic on the Middle East and its prospects

On January 25, 2012, in Articles, by admin

Tour d’horizon: An Iranian optic on the Middle East and its prospects By Seyed Mohammad Marandi Almost a year ago, in a well-remembered Friday prayer sermon delivered on February 4, 2011, Ayatollah Khamenei spoke at length, in Arabic, about the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt. At the time, the Egyptian people were on the streets […]