Posted June 25, 2007, by & filed under Analysis, Articles .

For all the attention and hysteria the latest events in Gaza have generated since the Hamas _takeover,_ for Israel they represent nothing but a minor blip in its inexorable drive towards its own unilateral _solution:_ apartheid. Israelas end-game, explicit and unruffled by the recent turmoil on the ground, is clear. It is laid out in… Read more »

Posted June 18, 2007, by & filed under International, News .

After meeting President Jacques Chirac in France in June, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert vowed to push ahead with his contentious plan to redraw Israel’s borders with the Palestinians, unilaterally if necessary. “The plan is inevitable, it will be implemented, hopefully by agreement, but it will be implemented,” he told reporters. Olmert also insisted that… Read more »

Posted June 16, 2007, by & filed under Articles, UK Specific .

Imagine that we lost the war in 1945. What would life be like? Imagine that England is occupied and ruled by a _foreign power_. Imagine foreign soldiers in tanks and armoured cars patrolling our towns and countryside. Imagine foreigners with the correct credentials from all over the world coming to make their home in England… Read more »

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Just as I campaigned for boycotts against apartheid in South Africa many years ago, now I shall do so against Israeli apartheid, says Colin Green, who has recently been elected new Chair of ICAHD UK. EducationGuardian.co.uk, Monday, 11th June, 2007 The strong and hostile response from pro-Israeli groups, as well as the UK government fearful… Read more »

Posted May 18, 2007, by & filed under Articles, Personal Experiences .

WHY I HAVE TO RETURN George Small, a UK-based freelance writer, spent a week in 2006 with the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitionsa Summer Work Camp. He reflects on its impact on him. Years ago, in the divided and occupied city of Berlin, in a Germany itself split into two halves by a Wall 1,393… Read more »

Posted May 16, 2007, by & filed under International, News .

By Steven Erlanger JERUSALEM, May 14 o The International Committee of the Red Cross, in a confidential report about East Jerusalem and its surrounding areas, accuses Israel of a igeneral disregardi for iits obligations under international humanitarian law o and the law of occupation in particular.i The committee, which does not accept Israelis annexation of… Read more »

Posted May 11, 2007, by & filed under Articles, Personal Experiences .

Los Angeles Times Amman, Jordan. I AM A PALESTINIAN from Nazareth, a citizen of Israel and was, until last month, a member of the Israeli parliament. But now, in an ironic twist reminiscent of France’s Dreyfus affair, in which a French Jew was accused of disloyalty to the state, the government of Israel is accusing… Read more »