Tag Archives: Israel

Outraged about Gaza? Fine. Now worry about Syria

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The lack of action over the fate of Palestinians in Syria suggests the death and suffering of Palestinians is not enough to get people onto the streets.

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The Hamas rockets matter too: a reply to Owen Jones

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Yes, some of those obstacles are found on the Israeli side. But the rocket threat from Hamas is a huge obstacle, too.

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Cameron cosies up to Israel while lecturing Palestinians on peace

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Cameron’s speech demonstrates everything that’s wrong with international engagement with the Israel-Palestine peace process.

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An interview with pro-Palestinian activist Gary Spedding about anti-semitism in Galway

Left Foot Forward editor James Bloodworth caught up with Gary Spedding to ask him about his concerns over anti-semitism in some sections of the pro-Palestinian movement.

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Bob Crow: a two states for two peoples trade unionist

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Bob Crow wasn’t just a class fighter. He was proper two states for two peoples trade unionist when it came to Israel and Palestine.

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An interview with new Israeli Labour leader Isaac Herzog

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The newly elected Israeli Labour leader Isaac Herzog sat down to discuss the Britain-Israel relationship with Toby Greene, the deputy editor of Fathom, and Richard Pater, head of BICOM in Israel.

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Neturei Karta: enemies not allies

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The struggle for justice for the Palestinians is an urgent and necessary one, but is utterly discredited by allying ourselves with reactionaries.

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Ariel Sharon’s mixed legacy

When Sharon fell into his coma, Israel was left with the question: what if?

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Why a bad deal on Iran is a nightmare scenario

Israel’s worst fear is the P5+1 signing a deal that leaves Iran closer than it can live with to a nuclear bomb.

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Feature: The formal political process isn’t always the best way to effect social change

The tools that citizens are using to advance human rights in Tel Aviv and beyond are evolving.

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