Times of Israel editor Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian tweeted about Saturday’s Gaza border protest – using half-truths & Israel-centric reasoning that defies logic
Israel controls water resources from the river to the sea, illegally pilfering water from Palestinian aquifers and selling it back at exorbitant prices to Palestinians. Israel’s “water war” is just a facet of its ongoing settler-colonial project to make life unbearable for Palestinians, and ultimately replace them with Israeli Jews.
Just as a new school year is getting underway, Israeli forces demolish a brand-new Palestinian kindergarten, citing, as usual, “lack of permit” in the context of an occupation that only rarely dispenses permits to non-Jews.
Israeli soldiers entered the Palestinian West Bank town of Jenin and its refugee camp on Monday, allegedly to arrest a Hamas member. Instead, they killed 4 Palestinian young men.
Imad Duikat was the sixth Palestinian to be shot dead by Israeli troops during recent protests against the settler outpost of Evyatar, and the 40th to be killed in the West Bank since May.
A new, “improved” definition of antisemitism still fails to acknowledge the history of Palestinian dispossession, preferring to focus on Israeli Jews’ desire to just live their lives, liberated from any obligation to provide Palestinians with actual equality or dignity.
Much has been written about Israel’s relentless offensive against the ice cream company. But less has been said about the consequences for Americans’ right to protest if our constitutional right to boycott is gutted per Israel’s demands…
The common evangelical Christian cry to “support Israel no matter what” has zero basis in Scripture – in fact, that is the opposite of what the Bible says.
Israel has long targeted Iran as an enemy to be taken down. Author/analyst Patrick Buchanan is not alone in suspecting that the recent strike on the Israel-linked MT Mercer Street tanker could be a false flag incident intended to cause an attack on Iran…
When the African Union chairperson unilaterally granted observer status to Israel, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called the move “appalling,” citing Israel’s recent bombardment of Gaza and attacks in Jerusalem. Other AU members also objected.