Clinton Email Shows US Sought Syria Regime Change for Israel’s Sake

by Jason Ditz on March 21, 2016 It is rare for a succinct foreign policy platform paper to so fully encapsulate a candidate’s thinking process. A policy paper sent to Hillary Clinton, available on WikiLeaks, lays out the Democratic front-runner’s… Continue Reading

Forget ISIS: Humanity Is at Stake

by Ramzy Baroud, November 28, 2015 I still remember that smug look on his face, followed by the matter-of-fact remarks that had western journalists laugh out loud. “I’m now going to show you a picture of the luckiest man in… Continue Reading

The Paris Attack is Truly Horrific, But Nothing Occurs in a Vacuum

by Nicholas Stuart, November 16, 2015 And now Paris. Acres of newsprint sacrificed in memorial to the terrible violence. Truly horrific, it deserves to be condemned in the loudest tones. But unexpected? Incomprehensible? I think not. Did President Francois Hollande… Continue Reading

What Israel Is Up To in Jerusalem

by Ran HaCohen, October 19, 2015 Once again, war atmosphere in Israel. In television day and night nothing but Palestinians stabbing, hurling, burning; current footage is recycled ad nauseam, and, a second before vomiting, reminders from previous Intifadas are aired, to… Continue Reading

Understanding the Paris Violence

by Sheldon Richman January 14, 2015 Contrary to American officialdom and its stalwart “manufacturers of consent” — the intelligentsia and mainstream media — we will never comprehend the reasons for the slaughter of 17 innocent people in Paris as long… Continue Reading