How Israel and its supporters ensured a one-state reality.
Nirit Sommerfeld is a descendant of Holocaust victims and survivors.
Black anti-Zionist Jew long predicted outcome of hearing.
At 94, survivor of concentration camp orchestra is still playing music and speaking out against fascism.
Anti-Semites remain among Israel’s closest supporters and most fervent cheerleaders.
Campaigners unbowed as Israel names 20 groups whose members will be denied entry.
As a youth, Jacques Bude was taken to Israel against his will, and then returned to Belgium.
Moshé Machover has for decades been a supporter of the Palestinian cause.
Holocaust expert says values of Israeli Knesset deputy speaker resemble German SS.
Avishai Ivri is the face of EU promotional campaign to win favor of Israelis.
We Are Change WATCH: White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, made the bizarre claim while comparing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolf Hitler stating that, Assad is even worse because Hitler, “didn’t even sink to using chemical weapons.”
Why is the celebrated public intellectual promoting Israel as a model for reparations?
Just 31 percent of US Jewish students view Israel as a democracy.
Martin Lejeune has been denied entry by a press office which claims to respect media freedom.
I cannot remain silent while Jewish leaders turn the lessons of Nazi genocide upside down.
Reparations paid to Israel after the Second World War helped bolster the occupation.
Ruth Padel avoids the clumsiness that often characterizes attempts to compare Israel and Nazi Germany.
The Israeli author and academic lives in what he describes as “one of the most racist societies in the Western world.”
Russia Today | Published time: August 24, 2014 17:26 Palestinians look at the remains of a commercial center, which witnesses said was hit by an Israeli air strike on Saturday, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip August 24, 2014 (Reuters / Ibraheem Abu Mustafa) Over 300 survivors and descendants of the Holocaust have published […]
Hamas political chief Khaled Meshaal said: “We will not give up until Palestinian demands – at the top of which is lifting the Gaza siege – are fulfilled.” World Bulletin / News Desk / Aug 21, 2014 Hamas political chief Khaled Meshaal has vowed to continue fighting Israel until the self-proclaimed Jewish state meets Palestinian [&
By Anthony Bellchambers | Global Research, August 16, 2014 These last days have seen a dramatic rise in reported antisemitism throughout Europe, and as far afield as South Africa, as a direct result of the invasion of Gaza and the killing of 1000 defenceless civilians.
History of Palestine Zionism arrived in Palestine in the late 19th as a colonialist movement motivated by national impulses. The colonisation of Palestine fitted well the interests and policies of the British Empire on the eve of the First World War.
The Last Days of the Big Lie is a documentary which debunks the disgusting liars glorified as heroes and victims in the Steven Spielberg produced, Academy Award winning “Holocaust” documentary The Last Days.
blackbirdsPepperPlan 5 months ago Once again, Mr. Ryan Dawson takes a very delicate subject and breaks it down so that even the most "faithful" must acknowledge that there is a lot more to this "Taboo" story than we have been told. Conversely, we must all accept the FACT that much of what we have been told has been exposed as exaggerations, if not deliberate fabrications. Cui bono? Who benefits? . . . peace.
Conventional histories have counted only 100,000 Indian soldiers who were slaughtered in savage reprisals, but none have tallied the number of rebels and civilians killed by British forces desperate to impose order, claims Misra. The author says he was surprised to find that the “balance book of history” could not say how many Indians were killed in the aftermath of 1857. This is remarkable, he says, given that in an age of empires, nothing less than the fate of the world hung in the balance.
Compare the photos on the left from the Nazi regime to the photos on the right from the Israeli regime in Palestine. You’ll find the pictures in black & white in most American and other western countries history books, encyclopedias, libraries, museums. One, for instance, depicts a young Jewish boy with his hands up while Nazi troops point their guns at him and his family in order to expel them from their homes. They make you sympathize with the victims and support their cause for justice and a homeland.