10 October 2018 — Dissident Voice
Is this where the fight-back begins?
8 October 2018 — Jonathan Cook
Former Israeli soldiers exposing the brutality of the occupation of the West Bank face fresh challenges
The National – 8 October 2018
Ido Even-Paz switched on his body camera as his tour group decamped from the bus in Hebron. The former Israeli soldier wanted to document any trouble we might encounter in this, the largest Palestinian city in the occupied West Bank.
5 October 018 — Electronic Intifada
After exploring the vast surveillance regime along the US-Mexico border and finding Israeli systems installed at every turn, the author Todd Miller and I were drawn to investigate Israel as the largest homeland security industry in the world. Israel’s arms industry is twice the size of its US counterpart in exports per capita and employs a percentage of the national workforce double that of the US or France, two of the top global arms exporters.
4 October 2018 — Global Research
Is Trump being held captive by political operatives within his Cabinet – notably Pompeo, Bolton and Haley on geopolitical issues? They’re hostile to world peace, democratic values, and respect for international law.
On Wednesday, John Bolton announced the Trump regime’s withdrawal from the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (VCDR) optional protocol.
30 September 2018 — Jonathan Cook
The National – 30 September 2018
The moment long feared is fast approaching in Gaza, according to a new report by the World Bank. After a decade-long Israeli blockade and a series of large-scale military assaults, the economy of the tiny coastal enclave is in “freefall”.
26 September 2018 — Electronic Intifada
Delegates listen as Colin Monehen, a delegate from Harlow, proposes the motion to end British arms sales to Israel, at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool, 25 September. –
In a historic move, the Labour Party’s annual conference on Tuesday voted to end UK arms sales to Israel.
But The Electronic Intifada has learned that Emily Thornberry, the woman who would become foreign minister were a Labour government elected tomorrow, had privately tried to scupper the motion.