Hizballah

Maronite patriarch to meet Lebanese collaborators, defying Israel boycott

A key Lebanese religious leader is planning a controversial official visit to occupied Palestine.

Tel Aviv University bans Palestinian speaker

Patrick O. Strickland
9 April 2014

Muhammad Kanaaneh was prevented from speaking on Land Day after violent threats from right-wing groups.

London "terrorism experts" have strong links to Israeli establishment

Links between “radicalization” school and supporters of Israeli apartheid are never spelled out in press reports.

Canada’s double standards on Middle East sink to new low

Yves Engler
14 August 2013

Aiding projects linked to Hizballah is a criminal offense; aiding the Israeli military is considered an act of charity.

Britain admits selling $12 billion in weapons to Israel

David Cameron’s government publishes data showing that sales of military goods are far higher than previously believed.

Israel charges Stop the Wall activist with supporting prisoners

Patrick O. Strickland
5 June 2013

Hassan Karajah is on trial for organizing protests urging the release of fellow Palestinians.

Why aren't Israeli F-16s over Beirut headline news?

Moe Ali Nayel
Beirut
24 May 2013

When Israel claims to shoot down a drone, it is front-page news; when Israel invades Lebanese airspace, it is unreported.

Cairo remains dependent on US aid, says scholar of Egyptian foreign policy

Sarah Irving
Edinburgh
10 April 2013

Making Egypt more critical towards Israel requires a “structural change” within Egypt itself.

Ameer Makhoul: still shaking the foundations of Israeli apartheid after 2 years in jail

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jerusalem
3 May 2012
This weekend marks the second anniversary of Israel’s arrest of Palestinian civilil society leader Ameer Makhoul, who is serving a lengthy prison for trumped-up security charges.

The case for UN recognition of Palestine

Victor Kattan
13 June 2011
Victor Kattan argues that UN membership for a State of Palestine would be a strategic asset to the Palestinian struggle for self-determination, although there are risks involved.

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