Christian denominations at summit with Jimmy Carter call for end to occupation. Read more about US churches call for economic pressure on Israel
Josh Ruebner’s book exposes the Obama administration’s Palestine policies. Read more about Obama: Who had hopes to shatter?
A plain reading of the “correction” is that it is an effort to mislead readers into thinking the United States has never considered Israeli settlements to be illegal. Read more about NY Times “correction” on Israeli settlements gets the facts wrong
While Palestinians continue to be robbed of their land, heritage and human rights to atone for Germany’s sins, Germany unreservedly supports Israel. Read more about Why are Palestinians paying for Germany's sins?
As Khader Adnan begins the 62nd day of his hunger strike, the European Union’s foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton might finally say something about his suffering. Read more about A few weasel words from EU as Adnan nears death
On Dec. 7, 2006, CNN journalist Glenn Beck savaged President Jimmy Carter’s important new book, Palestine Peace Not Apartheid, despite clearly not having given it a close read. In the course of his diatribe he referred to President Carter as a “fathead.” Time was that an employee would be fired on the spot for such a transgression. Had my mother or father run CNN and been listening I am quite certain that Beck would have been pulled from the set and a sincere apology offered to viewers within minutes. Clearly, no real standards exist at CNN. Read more about Vile Jibes At President Carter Ignored By Media