Israel’s Fingerprint Are All Over the Assassination of Qasem Soleimani

The fingerprints of Israeli intelligence, the Mossad, are unmistakably present in the assassination. It is plausible that the attack at Soleimani’s convoy was a joint CIA-Mossad operation.

Israel’s Fingerprint Are All Over the Assassination of Qasem Soleimani

By killing top Iranian military commander, Qasem Soleimani, American and Israeli leaders demonstrated the idiom ‘out of the frying pan into the fire.’ US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are both politically and legally embattled – the former has just been

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An Act of Cowardice: US Assassination of Soleimani Puts US-Israeli Fear of Iran on Full Display

Neither Israel or the US is prepared for an all out war with Iran, “hit and run” seems to be the tactic of choice. Hit Iranian targets in Syria or Iraq, and then run.

An Act of Cowardice: US Assassination of Soleimani Puts US-Israeli Fear of Iran on Full Display

In what can only be described as one in a long series of reckless, thoughtless and short sighted acts that serve only the narrowest interests, the Trump administration assassinated Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. This assassination, which was an act of cowardice, one may safely assume was concocted by Benjamine Netanyahu, another corrupt, reckless

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A New Year and a New Trump Foreign Policy Blunder in Iraq

Trump’s effort to blame Iran for this crisis is simply a ploy to divert attention from his own bungled policy. In reality, the blame for the present crisis should be placed squarely on the doorstep of the White House itself.

A New Year and a New Trump Foreign Policy Blunder in Iraq

It’s a new year, and the U.S. has found a new enemy—an Iraqi militia called Kata’ib Hezbollah. How tragically predictable was that? So who or what is Kata’ib Hezbollah? Why are U.S. forces attacking it? And where will this lead?  Kata’ib Hezbollah is one of the Popular

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Archbishop Atallah Hanna: The Palestinian Christian Leader Israel Loves to Hate

Archbishop Hanna has been on Israel’s radar for many years, as his kind of leadership is problematic from the viewpoint of a hegemonic power that requires utter and absolute submission. 

Archbishop Atallah Hanna: The Palestinian Christian Leader Israel Loves to Hate

They will run and not grow weary, is a quote from the Bible (Isaiah, 40:41) that adorns the homepage of Kairos Palestine. This important document, which parallels a similar initiative emanating from South Africa during the anti-apartheid struggle

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Will the ICC’s Investigation into Israeli War Crimes Finally Bring Justice to Palestine?

It doesn’t take a great legal scholar to understand that dropping tons of bombs from fighter jets on a defenseless civilian population constitutes a war crime.

Will the ICC’s Investigation into Israeli War Crimes Finally Bring Justice to Palestine?

Fatou Bensouda, the International Criminal Court’s Chief Prosecutor, said in a statement regarding “alleged crimes” committed in the occupied Palestinian territories that “all the statutory criteria under the

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The Freedom Flotilla Will Make its 35th Attempt to Sail to Gaza in 2020

The solidarity mission is scheduled for the summer of 2020, and, like most of the 35 previous attempts, the Flotilla is likely to be intercepted by the Israeli navy.

The Freedom Flotilla Will Make its 35th Attempt to Sail to Gaza in 2020

What is Gaza to us but an Israeli missile, a rudimentary rocket, a demolished home, an injured child being whisked away by his peers under a hail of bullets? On a daily basis, Gaza is conveyed to us as a bloody image or a dramatic video, none of which can truly capture the everyday reality of the Strip - its formidable steadfastness, the everyday

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The Real Lesson of Afghanistan? Regime Change Does Not Work

The debacle in Afghanistan is only one case in a fundamentally flawed U.S. policy with worldwide consequences. New quasi-governments installed by U.S. “regime change” in country after country have proven more corrupt, less legitimate and less able to control their nation’s territory than the ones the U.S. has destroyed.

The Real Lesson of Afghanistan? Regime Change Does Not Work

The trove of U.S. “Lessons Learned” documents on Afghanistan published by the Washington Post portrays, in excruciating detail, the anatomy of a failed policy, scandalously hidden from the public for 18 years.

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