President Joe Biden has yet to reverse the worst of Trump’s anti-Palestinian maneuvers.
Defense minister Benny Gantz, who bragged about bombing Gaza to the Stone Age, will get an audience in the US.
Bruce Pearl ignores apartheid.
Far-right US lawmakers angered by Palestinians receiving healthcare.
Des révélations récentes prouvent qu’Hillary Clinton a joué un rôle direct dans la diffusion des accusations, aujourd’hui discréditées, qui ont alimenté la frénésie du Russiagate – un épisode qui a rendu encore plus difficile la tâche déjà ardue de mener une politique rationnelle vis-à-vis de la Russie. Source : Jacobin Mag, Branko MarceticTraduit par les lecteurs du site Les-Crises
Israel visits showcase bipartisan support for colonial violence and racism against Palestinians.
Yesha Council falsely terms violence against Palestinians “aberrant.”
Morton Klein and Dov Hikind attack Naomi Dann over her previous work with Jewish Voice for Peace.
Map for Fareed Zakaria’s show GPS does highlight Israel and Golan Heights.
Articles published by The Electronic Intifada anger top officials.
Chicago activists challenge congresswoman on her failure to support Palestinian children.
Diplomats dodge how their own governments are enabling police violence.
False accusations directed at Hizballah following rockets fired at occupied Shebaa Farms and not at Israel.
Congressman Gregory Meeks looks the other way as Israel debates bigoted citizenship law.
Blinken helps Lapid whitewash abuses and double down on new ones.
DMFI busy promoting new Israeli government.
Les décisions politiques intérieures du président Joe Biden, en particulier sur le front économique, sont plutôt encourageantes, offrant beaucoup d’espoir pour un avenir meilleur. Cependant, on ne peut pas en dire autant du programme de politique étrangère de l’administration, comme le montrent les observations perspicaces et l’analyse judicieuse de Noam Chomsky dans cette interview exclusive pour Truthout. Chomsky est un intellectuel populaire de renommée mondiale, professeur émérite au MIT et professeur lauréat de linguistique à l’Université d’Arizona.
Biden continues to stay disturbingly close to Trump.
Susanna Terstal distorts reality by depicting Palestinians as aggressors.
Palestinian voices are excluded in Washington Post’s coverage of Michael Che controversy.
Role of weapons makers in destroying Gaza gets magicked away by Brussels officials.
Falic family of settlement funders is to co-chair the Shmuley Boteach event.
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