illegal settlements

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Israel’s Welcome now Reserved only for Jews who Back Netanyahu

By Jonathan Cook Global Research, March 07, 2017 Dustin Pfundheller, 30, an American dentist living in Singapore, was set to become the youngest person to visit every country in the world while in a full-time job. His globetrotting has taken him to 192 of the 193 recognised states, bringing his medical skills to the world’s … Continue reading

100,000 Hours of Isolation: Gaza Blockade Enters Its 12th Year

By Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor Global Research, January 28, 2017 Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor 25 January 2017  A recent report by the Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor exposes the catastrophic consequences of Israel’s 11-year long blockade on the Gaza Strip. While Israel is only continuing its long history of isolating Gaza yet at an unprecedented length and … Continue reading

Report Slams Israel over Extrajudicial Killings, Torture and Racism

By Telesur In a rare move by Washington, the 2016 U.S. report on human rights said Israel unlawfully killed over 70 Palestinians and tries minors in military courts. The United States accused Israeli Defense Forces of “excessive use of force” in the Palestinian territories, and “arbitrary arrest and associated torture and abuse, often with impunity,” as … Continue reading

The Political Zionist Accusation of ‘Self-Hating Jew

By Anthony Bellchambers Global Research, March 06, 2016 Why is the first line of defence, of any Likudnik, against valid Jewish criticism of his right-wing, political agenda always the same childish accusation: ‘You’re a self-hating Jew!’? Where is the justification for such character assassination? Could it be that the individuals concerned are really incapable of any … Continue reading