Playing with Political Fire

On July 12, 2011, in Articles, by admin

Playing with Political Fire By Brenda Heard The timing of political manoeuvring often reveals the stark business of domination.  Sometimes the timing is flagrant, like the recent commotion in Greece.  In the very hours of forbidding the passage of the aid flotilla to Gaza, the financially strapped Greek government welcomed the approval of an €8.7 […]

On Flotillas and the Law – An Analysis

On July 7, 2011, in Articles, by admin

On Flotillas and the Law – An Analysis By Lawrence Davidson   Part I – Civil Society Movements vs. Corrupt Politics   When it comes to the struggle against Israel’s policies of oppression there are two conflicting levels: that of government and that of civil society. The most recent example of this duality is the […]