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Adalah: Demolition and Eviction of Bedouin Citizens of Israel in the Naqab (Negev) – The Prawer Plan

On 24 June 2013, the Israeli Knesset approved the discriminatory Prawer-Begin Bill, with 43 votes for and 40 votes against, for the mass expulsion of the Arab Bedouin community in the Naqab (Negev) desert in the south of Israel. If fully implemented, the Prawer-Begin Plan will result in the destruction of 35 "unrecognized"Arab Bedouin villages, the forced displacement of up to 70,000 Arab Bed ...

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Anis Hamadeh: Der Koalitionsvertrag und Israel – Eine Einschätzung

Wie wird Deutschlands Politik gegenüber Israel und Palästina in den nächsten Jahren aussehen? Der Koalitionsvertrag zwischen CDU, SPD und der Regionalpartei CSU widmet dem Thema gegen Ende auf den Seiten 171-172 siebenundneunzig Worte, die im Folgenden analysiert werden sollen. Es beginnt mit dem Satz: "Wir bekennen uns zu der besonderen Verantwortung Deutschlands gegenüber Israel a ...

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Juan Cole: Israel Forces Gaza Children to Wade Through Sewage as Creepy, Evil Blockade Continues

The health minister in the Gaza Strip has warned that the territory is on the verge of a major health catastrophe. Children are risking cholera and worse because they have to walk through raw sewage to get to school. The sewage has flooded the streets in Gaza City because the sewage treatment plant has no electricity. It has no electricity because the Israelis are blockading the strip, including its childre ...

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Jonathan Cook: Another Covert Assassination – Why Israel Wanted Arafat Dead

Israel’s interests in killing Arafat are evident when one considers what occurred after his death. (Photo: WH/file) By Jonathan Cook – Nazareth It seems there are still plenty of parties who would prefer that Arafat’s death continues to be treated as a mystery rather than as an assassination. It is hard, however, to avoid drawing the logical conclusion from the finding last week by Swiss s ...

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Patrick Henningsen: Who is Behind the “Anonymous” Mask – Can the Million Mask March turn a Vendetta into a Victory?

As a general rule, state-run and corporate mainstream media networks will only allocate coverage to certain demonstrations, namely those that are aligned with either state-sanctioned political parties or advocacy groups. Anything else outside of that is normally swept under the control desk. The amnesty-immigration rally that took place on the National Mall in Washington DC during the government shutdown wa ...

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James Petras: Israeli Bombers Over Syria – Al Qaeda´s Air Force

Introduction Israel has committed repeated acts of war against countries that opposed its Zionist policies of colonization and annexation of Palestinian territory in East Jerusalem and the West Bank .  Israeli leaders have secured arms and diplomatic support for their attacks through their Zionist proxies in the United States Congress and the Executive Branch.  The current series of Israeli bombin ...

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Justin Raimondo: Killing Arafat

The investigation into the death of Yaser Arafat took a giant step forward the other day when Al Jazeera posted the report of a team of Swiss doctors that pretty conclusively shows he was poisoned. The big news, however, is that this was no ordinary poisoning: the agent was polonium-210, the same radioactive substance that knocked off Russian exile Alexander Litvinenko, an associate of the late Boris Berezo ...

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Alan Hart: Arafat´s Death – There Is Really No Mistery

    For once Israel is telling a part of the truth. It was impossible for any of its own (Israeli-Jewish) agents to get into the rubble of Arafat’s compound to administer the poison that killed him. But they didn’t need direct access. Israel’s role was to provide the radioactive polonium for one of its collaborators in Fatah’s leadership.   I was convinced that Arafat ...

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Desmond Tutu: Where is the Ethical Leadership Over Syria?

Tutu says it is tragic to see Western politicians who opposed military intervention get slammed for being cowardly. By Desmond Tutu Since the Syrian tragedy began three years ago, commentators have been quick to lambast one side or another for their lack of leadership, singling out Bashar al-Assad, or the rebels, or Russia, or the United States, or the Arab League, or the United Nations, or perhaps another ...

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Stuart Littlewood: Balfour´s Apartheid Legacy

By Stuart Littlewood | 5 November 2011 | Redress Stuart Littlewood charts the British lies and duplicity, manifested most blatantly in the Balfour Declaration whereby Britain promised to give something it did not own (Palestine) to someone who had no right to have (the Zionist settlers), and the resulting bloodshed, pain and injustice. Arthur Balfour​‘s infamous “Declaration” was written 9 ...

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