How Israel lobby tried to manufacture a wave of anti-Semitism.
US, UAE and Israeli officials met weeks before Trump ordered Iranian general’s killing.
Former justice minister Irwin Cotler helps legitimize Israeli crimes among liberals.
“Symbiotic relationship” between US hardliners and jihadists fuels Middle East chaos and right-wing extremism.
Pinkwashing organization has received donations from reactionaries.
Max Blumenthal joins us to talk Venezuela, the Integrity Initiative and “Russiagate.”
Media complicit in covering up Israeli spying, say Max Blumenthal and Ali Abunimah.
Israel lobbyist: "The foundation that AIPAC sat on is rotten."
Censored Al Jazeera film is now online.
Wife of jailed Saudi blogger is at the center of diplomatic spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada.
Anti-BDS operative Benjamin Weinthal admits "you have to exaggerate" in order to smear activists as anti-Semites.
Nazi group Azov is now a unit of the Ukrainian armed forces
Israel’s Bull Connor treated as equal to march organizer.
Only way for Qatar-based network to repair its reputation is to broadcast undercover investigation without further delay.
Forcing RT to register as “foreign agent” set precedent for Israel lobby to suppress Al Jazeera film.
Trump “peace” plan would revive 1990s fantasies, strip Palestinians of Jerusalem.
Human rights violations are foundational to the Israeli state.
Lawyer Nitsana Darshan-Leitner boasts of intimate spy links.
Pro-Israel mega-donor tweets anti-Semitic image.
Segregation and denial of Palestinian existence is key to Israeli identity.
Newseum ejected protesters who challenged Israeli spokesperson Avital Leibovich.
Omar Barghouti unnerved but undeterred by Israeli vow to act against him.
Outgoing New York Times Jerusalem bureau chief intoxicated by Zionism from the very start of her term.
Reparations paid to Israel after the Second World War helped bolster the occupation.
Visiting what remains of Shujaiya yields evidence of massacres and stories of impossible courage. August 17, 2014 | by Max Blumenthal | Alternet As the five-day ceasefire between Israel and Hamas took hold on August 15, residents of Shujaiya returned to the shattered remains of their homes.