Stamping “Judea and Samaria” on passports doesn’t alter the fact that the Israeli occupation has no historical justification. Read more about Why the Bible doesn't give Israel a claim to the West Bank
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Representing 20 million workers, Public Services International has given a major boost to the Palestine solidarity movement. Read more about Major trade union backs boycott of Israel
“Imagine if there were a national candidate whose ads showed Gazan children wounded by Israeli weapons” Read more about As election day approaches in swing state Ohio, my TV keeps blaring 'vote for Israel'
Is the Bible one book written by Moses, David, Solomon and the Prophets? Is the Bible historically accurate? Read more about Whose Bible is it Anyway?
Israeli settler chief Dani Dayan seems to be the New York Times man of the month. First an OpEd and now aspotlight interview with Jodi Rudoren, who writes more like a fan than a journalist. Read more about Turning Palestinian water into Jewish wine or When Jodi met Dani
Senator Joe Lieberman’s demands for war against Iran delight the Christians United for Israel conference. Read more about Bibi lauds "prophet of peace" as Christian Zionists lust for war
At its seventh annual conference in Washington, DC, Pastor John Hagee and 8,000 registered followers vow to support Israel, today, tomorrow, and forever. Read more about Cowboy hats and kippas: Christian Zionists gather in Washington to cheer for Israel, pressure politicians
If the Israeli government succeeds in extending the Apartheid Wall through Beit Jala, the Salesian Sisters of Cremisan will be on one side, and the school children they have taught for many years on the other. Read more about Salesian Nuns and Priests to be separated by Apartheid Wall
The Vatican is trying to prevent American sisters from caring for the poor and oppressed, as the Gospels instruct them to do. Read more about Nuns take on Republican budget and Israel's apartheid wall
Reflections on the Occupy movement in Ohio and America’s double standards in the Middle East. Read more about How the 99 percent are cannon fodder for America's wars