A blacklist report was released today by the human rights office of the UN containing names of 112 companies with ties to illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank. Of the 112 companies, which include Bezeq telecommunications, Teva Pharmaceutical industries and soft drink company Coca Cola, 94 are based in Israel, with 18 in six… via […]
Leading Irish political parties, Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil, have published election manifestos which support the adoption of the Occupied Territories Bill in Ireland. The bill, first tabled in 2018, bans trade with territories which are considered to be under occupation. Adopting the bill into law would effectively stop trade between Ireland and illegal Israeli… via […]
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will speak in the United Nations Security Council in the next two weeks about the US Middle East peace plan, Palestinian UN envoy Riyad Mansour said on Wednesday, Reuters reports. Mansour told reporters he hoped the 15-member Security Council, at the same meeting that Abbas would address, would vote on a draft… […]
By Ramzy Baroud Source At a talk I delivered in Northern England in March 2018, I proposed that the best response to falsified accusations of antisemitism, which are often lobbed against pro-Palestinian communities and intellectuals everywhere, is to draw even closer to the Palestinian narrative. In fact, my proposal was not meant to be a […] […]
Here’s a pro-Palestine song from an English punk band of yesteryear. Even punks back then knew the truth. Shows just how little Dirty Harry Callaghan really knew. Enjoy this? Why not share?
Regular followers of the news surrounding The Palestine Crisis will know that Israel has always, that’s always, escaped international sanction for both its crimes against humanity and its war crimes. The repeated atrocities perpetrated by the rogue Zionist state are well documented and acknowledged by international observers. Even UN committees have accepted that Israel is […]
It was a scandal of the highest caliber. On 23 November, the senate of the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa was practically bullied into reversing an earlier decision calling for the academic boycott of Israel. While the story may seem relevant in South Africa’s political and academic contexts, in reality, it exemplifies… via […]