Ariel Sharon

India and Palestine: connected by struggle

Marcy Newman
20 March 2014

Although Ariel Sharon considered New Delhi a “strategic partner,” India’s independence movement was strongly critical of Israel.

After glorification of Sharon, only boycott can reveal Israel's truth

Richard Irvine
21 January 2014

What Sharon’s victims deserved, and never received, was justice and restitution.

On the UN Secretary-General’s praise for mass killer Ariel Sharon as a “hero”

A UN insider says that Ban Ki-moon’s statement “brings the UN’s obsequiousness towards Israel to a new high and the UN’s standing in the Middle East to a new low.”

The immense cruelty of Ariel Sharon

Claims that the prime minister coveted peace are a travesty.

When arms industry calls the shots, Israel stands to benefit

My new book explores efforts to militarize the European Union.

Why I have two brothers called Omar

Yousef M. Aljamal
Nuseirat refugee camp
30 May 2013

If he hadn’t been killed by Israeli forces, my elder brother would have celebrated his 27th birthday this week.

Italy's new foreign minister Emma Bonino wants Israel in EU

Veteran politician regards war criminal Shimon Peres as her friend.

“Flatten” Gaza like Hiroshima and “mow” the population, Israeli public figures urge

There are no “innocents” in Gaza say Israeli politicians, egging on soldiers to commit war crimes.

“They shot my father in the head”: interview with survivor of Sabra and Shatila massacre

Moe Ali Nayel
Sabra-Shatila camp
19 September 2012

A survivor of the 1982 Sabra and Shatila massacre in Lebanon recounts the three days of horror in Beirut refugee camps.


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