Posts Tagged: Gaza
Ahmad Jaabari negotiated the ceasefire that had mostly held over much of the last year.
A new book tells the story of how the ships to Gaza movement was born.
A poem about Gaza asks whether there is a poem in Gaza that hasn't been written?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu throws in with Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on legislation targeting dissident NGO's.
Defending itself is not the only motivation for Iran's retaliation if Israel mounts an airstrike against it.
Israeli denunciations of the "Arab Spring" are counterproductive because they only reinforce the perception that Israel supports dictatorial rule in the region.
"Strange fruit" of a different kind, but similarly chilling, hangs in Gaza
Gaza is for resilience, writes the poet, Gaza is for people thicker than stone.
Nine people were killed when Israel intercepted Gaza-bound aid ships last year. Now a new flotilla is planned, but Instead of condemning the murder, the Obama administration appears to be giving the right-wing Israeli government a green light to flout international law and human rights.
Although China still attracts major foreign investment, fears that its model will not last have prompted capital flows to other rising countries like Brazil and Indonesia.