Atzmon and O’keefe look into the terminology that diverts the attention from the crimes committed in Palestine: BDS, infiltration, George Soros, Liberal Zionism, NGO, Civil Society and the transformation of nations into a bunch of beggars.
Max Blumenthal’s Goliath: Life and Loathing in Greater Israel is a good read: A personal journey of a young American righteous Jew who finds plenty of faults in other Jews in general and in The Jewish State in particular.
Not many people doubt that Israel was behind Arafat’s death, especially now, when it became immanently clear that it was radioactive Polonium 210 that was responsible for the late leader’s lethal symptoms.
There was something in America and NYC that brought about jazz, that unique combustible mixture of imaginary freedom confronted with harsh oppressive capitalism, urban complexity, all sparked by a lot of talent
Israel’s enemies: Arab countries, as well as Iran, must pursue every possible means to posses the kind of weaponry that deters Israel.
It seems this is the only way to bring Israeli aggression to an end.
Today, with the American Jewish establishment uniquely supporting both an attack on Syria and on Iran, unless it kneels down before the only nuclear power in the Middle East, it is more than appropriate to analyse and criticize the Jewish role in US and European politics, it is absolutely necessary to do so.
judgment: Jim Dean: the next six month are the most crucial to our Nations and the world. A global turning point that will be felt by the entire world, be ...
Tyron Parsons: Jim
I think I get you. My MO is this as I think anyone who has heard me will agree. I have a view. I do not (inside myself) believe that ...
sweetliberty: Thank you for this, Mr. Jahdallah - always enjoy your articles.
Is it all theatre once again? Another perspective on the deal with Iran...
'The Abdication of Iran'
sweetliberty: GD had an article (or two) this year that exposed Zionists behind many White Supremacist sites, didn't he?
Tyron Parsons: Jonas
While you speak of these all important issues, and while I agree about truth vs falsehood, those terms in and of themselves beg a context, of which you're are somewhat ...