Posts Tagged: Gaza
There's plenty to criticize in Turkey's conduct. But is it really an evil puppet master?
Israel's attack on the unarmed flotilla last weekend could be a "Kent State moment." When white middle-class students were gunned down on a college campus, it woke up a whole new segment of American society to police killings of minority students. Similarly, while the Israeli military has been killing Arab civilians for years, now that they have attacked European and American peace activists it has created a whole new dynamic.
Charles Krauthammer's columns defending Israel's handling of the Gaza flotilla demonizes Muslims.
We must maintain the overall pressure to discredit and break the U.S.-backed Israeli blockade and siege of Gaza
Israel as we know it, will cease to exist in the foreseeable future.
Pro-Palestinian humanitarian flotilla refuses offer of Gilad Shalit's father.
The club of the richest countries in the world is about to invite Israel to join. But does it really meet the political requirements?
The latest attempt to highlight the crisis in Gaza captured some media attention. But a failure to balance principle with pragmatism meant that the Gaza Freedom March did not achieve its full potential.
Foreigners recently joined a weekly march for peace in the West Bank.
The bloodshed in Gaza was a testing ground for dangerous hypotheses about far greater global political issues.