Martin Indyk, the US official in charge of the Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” has publicly ridiculed the notion that Palestinians have rights or are seeking justice.
The backlash over US Secretary of State John Kerry’s use of the word “apartheid” to describe what would become of Israel if there is no “two-state solution” continues.
Kerry acknowledged that Israeli leaders have frequently used the term “apartheid,” but asserted that “it is a word best left out of the debate here at home.”
Anti-Palestinian advocates are up in arms over US Secretary of State John Kerry’s warning that Israel could become an “apartheid state” in the absence of a “two-state solution.”
How can the Palestinian leadership agree to a vague term that Israeli lawmakers cannot define?
A video of Ali Abunimah speaking about his new book, The Battle for Justice in Palestine, at the Palestine Center in Washington.
The New York Times rewrites history of a famous incident to claim US Secretary of State James Baker publicly rebuked Israelis and Palestinians, when in fact his rebuke was only aimed at Israel.
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