On the Origins of “Genocide”: What We Learn from Amnesty’s Report on Israeli Apartheid

The biggest lie perpetrated by Zionists is that Israel is somehow a response to the crime against humanity perpetrated against Jews by Nazi Germany. In fact, Israel is itself a crime that needs to be pointed out.

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JERUSALEM – With the war in Ukraine providing cover, Israel continues its unchecked violence towards the Palestinian people who live within its control. And as the world stands mesmerized and distracted by Vladimir Putin, Israel continues to perpetuate what Amnesty International called Crimes Against Humanity targeting the Palestinian

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Will Scathing Amnesty Apartheid Report Lead to Change in Israel’s Criminal Practices?

The reality that the Amnesty report has brought forward opens doors to a much more aggressive anti-apartheid campaign than we have seen so far.

LONDON – The Amnesty International report about Israel’s apartheid system states that, since its founding in 1948, Israel has in fact constituted a “cruel system of domination and crime against humanity.” It further states: Amnesty International has analyzed Israel’s intent to create and maintain a system of oppression and domination over

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No Sign that Amnesty Apartheid Report Will Shatter Pan-Israeli Denial of “Palestinian Problem”

The general attitude taken by Israeli politicians – and one dares say the people who voted for them – is that the Palestinian problem is not their problem. If the Palestinians misbehave, the Israeli war machine will know how to deal with them.

Palestinian men walk past a section of Israel's apartheid wall to cross IDF checkpoint from Palestine on their way to pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

JERUSALEM – For decades, Israel has tried to resolve the Palestinian “problem” by ignoring it completely. The heads of the Israeli parties that make up the coalition government met with their party members recently and discussed the issues on their agendas and there was not a moment spent on Palestinians. The following are examples of the

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Amnesty International: Facebook Plan To Target Children “Incompatible With Human Rights”

Facebook itself “poses one of the biggest threats when it comes to children’s privacy,” according to the human rights organization.

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SAN FRANSICO -- Facebook has let slip that it is launching an Instagram service for children under 13 years old, who are currently legally barred from using the platform. On Thursday, Instagram’s vice president of product told employees in a leaked communication that this was indeed the plan. Instagram’s boss, Adam Mosseri, confirmed the leak’s

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Amnesty International: Navalny a Prisoner of Conscience. But not Manning, Assange or Mandela

Amnesty International has a long and sordid history with its prisoner of conscience designation, denying it to enemies of the US government and granting it to some less than savory characters.

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Russian politician Alexei Navalny remains under arrest in Russia after returning to his homeland earlier this month. The event generated worldwide headlines as the 44-year-old lawyer was immediately detained at a Moscow airport, with Western figures hailing his bravery. "Navalny’s heroic struggle is no different from what Gandhi, King, Mandela and

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“A Disgrace”: Amnesty International Blocked From Monitoring Trial of Julian Assange

Amnesty International’s Europe Director described the hearings against Assange as an “assault on the right to freedom of expression” that would have a “chilling effect on media freedom.”

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The high profile extradition hearing of publisher and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange continued in Central London today. But it did so without oversight from international human rights groups. Julia Hall, an expert on criminal justice and human rights for Amnesty International, revealed that her organization was again denied entry to the court

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