You Are Here: Home » Analysis (Page 6)

Gilad Atzmon: Third Intifada or Nakba II?

By Gilad Atzmon Who cares? The Western media displays little interest in covering the current Israel/ Palestine clashes. The Israeli Hasbara prefers to keep a low profile right now. The current collisions between Israeli policing forces and Palestinians are taking place well within Israel’s pre-1967 borders. This means that for all practical purposes, the Two State Solution has lost any viability ...

Read more

Susan Abulhawa: Three Israeli Settlers And The The Searing Hypocrisy of the West

The bodies of three Israeli settlers who went missing on June 12th were found in a hastily dug shallow grave in Halhul, north of Hebron. Since the teens went missing from Gush Etzion, a Jewish-only colony in the West Bank, Israel has besieged the 4 million Palestinians who already live under its thumb, storming through towns, ransacking homes and civil institutions, conducting night raids on families, steal ...

Read more

Gideon Levy: Our Wretched Jewish State

Now we know: In the Jewish state, there is pity and humane feelings only for Jews, rights only for the Chosen People. The Jewish state is only for Jews. By Gideon Levy July 07, 2014 "ICH" - "Haaretz" - - The youths of the Jewish state are attacking Palestinians in the streets of Jerusalem, just like gentile youths used to attack Jews in the streets of Europe. The Israelis of the Jewish s ...

Read more

Felix Hoffmann: Rede eines 17-jährigen Abiturienten auf dem Abiball 2014

  Liebe Leserinnen und Leser dieser Homepage, nachfolgend finden Sie die Rede von Felix Hoffmann, einem 17jährigen Abiturienten des Wentzinger Gymnasiums in Freiburg. Felix hielt diese außergewöhnliche Rede am 27.6.14 auf dem Abiball der Schule vor 600 ZuhörerInnen. Mich hat der Mut und die kritische Auseinandersetzung von diesem jungen Mann fasziniert, habe ich doch die Abiturszei ...

Read more

John V. Whitbeck: What “Destruction of Israel”?

When, in response to the threat of potential Palestinian reconciliation and unity, the Israeli government suspended “negotiations” with the Palestine Liberation Organization on April 24 (five days before they were due to terminate in any event), Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s office issued a statement asserting: “Instead of choosing peace, Abu Mazen formed an alliance with a mur ...

Read more

Sam Bahour: Palestinians Must Be Stopped!

    I have had enough of those Palestinians. I think the world in general is also fed up with Palestinians. They have gone too far in demonizing Israelis and must be stopped. The international community must act now before it is too late and Israel is wiped off the map and a second tragedy of historic proportions fall on a significant part of the world’s Jewish population.   For starter ...

Read more

Nureddin Sabir: Remember Israel’s Abuse of Palestinian Kids

By now the whole world must have heard about the alleged kidnapping of three Jewish squatters’ offspring in the occupied Palestinian West Bank. The three, Eyal Yifrach, 19, and Gilad Sha’er and Naftali Frankel, both 16, are said to have disappeared while hitchhiking near the Jewish squatter colony of Kfar Etzion, close to the occupied city of Hebron. Pavlovian reflex Predictably, the Israeli pri ...

Read more

Avi Shlaim: The Debate About 1948 (1995)

International Journal of Middle East Studies, 27:3, 1995, 287-304.  Reprinted in Ilan Pappé, ed., The Israel/Palestine Question (London: Longman, 1999). 'Conquerors, my son, consider as true history only what they themselves have fabricated.'[1] Thus remarked the old Arab headmaster to young Saeed on his return to Haifa in the summer of 1948 in Emile Habiby's tragicomic novel The Sec ...

Read more

Marc H. Ellis: Exile and the Prophetic – Daily Diary (Beginning July 4th, 2012) – Mondoweiss Feature

It may be a coincidence that my new exile arrives during the twenty-fifth anniversary year of the publication of my Toward a Jewish Theology of Liberation. In that book I outlined what I still hold to be true – that the central facing us as Jews is justice for and reconciliation with the Palestinian people. Without both we as Jews are nowhere, at least ethically speaking. Of course, on the empire fron ...

Read more

Israel Shahak: Jewish History, Jewish Religion – The Weight of Three Thousand Years

Israel Shahak was a resident of the Warsaw Ghetto and a survivor of Bergen-Belsen. He arrived in Palestine in 1945 and lived there until his death in 2001. He was an outspoken critic of the state of Israel and a human rights activist. He was also the author of the highly acclaimed Jewish Fundamentalism in Israel (Pluto Press 1999) and Open Secrets: Israeli Nuclear and Foreign Policies (Pluto Press 1997). Pr ...

Read more

Legal | Contact | © 2012 othersite.org

Scroll to top