‘Some thirteen years after the event, the shadow of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in Manhattan and the Pentagon still darkens our world. The legacy of that terrible day has impacted not only our foreign policy, bequeathing to a new generation an apparently endless “war on terrorism,” it also has led directly to what is arguably the most massive assault on our civil liberties since the Alien and Sedition Acts. Getting all the information about what happened that day – and why it happened – is key to understanding the course we have taken since.
This was supposed to have been the purpose of the 9/11 Commission, whose massive report is now looked to as the primary source on the subject. Yet there is another, far more specific investigative report, the one issued by the intelligence committees of both houses of Congress, entitled “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.”
If you actually take the time to read the report, all goes along swimmingly (except for occasional redactions) until you get to p. 369, whereupon the text is blacked out for the next twenty-eight pages.
What is in the twenty-eight censored pages? You aren’t allowed to know that, but members of Congress can read them provided they write to the heads of the Senate and House intelligence committees and get permission. If such is granted, they are escorted into a soundproof carefully guarded room in the company of various spooks, where they get to read the material: they aren’t allowed to take notes.
Do you get the impression someone has something to hide?’
- It’s Time to Declassify Those 28 Pages
- Campaign Mounts to Declassify 9/11 Report’s References to Alleged Saudi Involvement
- Senator Bob Graham On Bush-Saudi-9/11 Coverup
- Rep. Massie on the Experience of Reading the 28 Pages
- New questions about FBI probe of Saudis’ post-9/11 exodus
- Shocking cable: US says Saudi donors are chief financiers of al Qaeda
- Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commission (Book)
- Report: Netanyahu says 9/11 terror attacks good for Israel
- The Israeli “art student” mystery
- What Did Israel Know in Advance of the 9/11 Attacks?
- 60 Israelis on Tourist Visas Detained Since Sept. 11
- Suspicious Activities Involving Israeli Art Students at DEA Facilities
- The ‘Israeli Art Student’ Files
‘Threatening a borderless conflict between “extremist Shi’ites,” funded by leadership of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and equally extreme Sunnis— a soft “alliance” between ISIS and al Qaeda— the Israeli prime minister suggested the United States should largely stay out of the fight, and instead allow the parties to weaken one another.
“Don’t strengthen either of them. Weaken both,” Netanyahu said.’
Editor’s Note: What Netanyahu suggested is something a lot like the eight year blood bath that was the Iran-Iraq War of the 1980’s, a war which cost Iraq 500,000 lives and Iran over 750,000. Israel played a secret role by selling $75 million worth of weapons to Iran during Operation Seashell in 1981. The following year the United States started providing Iraq with weapons after Ronald Reagan removed them from the list of State Sponsors of Terrorism. Everyone remembers the famous when Rumsfeld met Saddam moment from 1983. It’s a very dirty game and clearly the same kind of thinking still exists today, let your enemies kill each other while you sit back and enjoy the show. You can watch a documentary on the Iran-Iraq War here.
‘[...] The group’s leader, Helbrans was born in 1962 as Erez Shlomo Elbarnes. He was raised by secular parents in Jerusalem, but “found religion” during his teens and left to study at yeshiva.
After moving between different ultra-Orthodox schools, he found himself in the Satmar sect. He also adopted the anti-Zionist Satmar ideology, which is why he changed his name to Shlomo Helbrans, shedding the Zionist name Erez and taking a more diaspora spelling of his last name.
In the late 1980s, Helbrans began to attract a following in Jerusalem, mostly among secular Jews converted to the ultra-Orthodox lifestyle. By the decade’s end he was preaching the destruction of the evil State of Israel, based on biblical prophesies.’
‘Declassified documents from 45 years ago have revealed how cabinet secretaries and senior advisers to the then US president Richard Nixon withdrew from a plan to block Israeli nuclearization ahead of a meeting with then Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir at the White House in September 1969.
The files, that were made public by the Interagency Security Classification Appeals Panel (ISCAP), not only shows how American delegates agreed to Israel’s refusal to sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty, but also how they came to terms with allowing Israel to refuse an American inspection of the Dimona nuclear facility and a deal which would have seen the delivery of strategic ground-to-ground Jericho missiles to Israel in exchange for their signing of the treaty.
Although the details of Nixon’s meeting with Meir remain classified, the declassified files state that officials had on the eve of the talks advised Nixon to show restraint with regard to the Israeli nuclear program, and to abandon efforts to get Israel to cease acquiring 500-kilometer-range missiles with one-ton warheads developed in the Marcel Dassault factory in France, if it could reach an agreement with Israel on these points, the daily Haaretz reported.’
‘As the Israeli offensive in Gaza resumes, we look at the impact the military campaign has had on the children of Gaza. More than 467 Palestinian children have died since July. That is more than the combined number of child fatalities in the two previous conflicts in Gaza. According to the World Health Organization, more than 3,000 children have been injured, of which an estimated 1,000 will suffer from a life-long disability. The United Nations estimates at least 373,000 children require direct and specialized psychosocial support. And, based on the total number of adults killed, there may be up to 1,500 children orphaned. Gazan children’s right to an education has also been severely compromised with at least 25 schools reportedly damaged so severely that they can no longer be used. We speak to Pernille Ironside, chief of UNICEF’s Gaza field office. “There isn’t a single family in Gaza who hasn’t experienced personally death, injury, the loss of their home, extensive damage, displacement,” Ironside says. “The psychological toll that has on a people, it just cannot be overestimated, and especially on children.”’ (Democracy Now!)
‘Gaza‘s economy will take years to recover from the devastating impact of the war, in which more than 360 factories have been destroyed or badly damaged and thousands of acres of farmland ruined by tanks, shelling and air strikes, according to analysts. Israeli air strikes on Gaza have resumed since a temporary ceasefire brokedown on Tuesday after rockets were fired from Gaza. The Israeli Defence Force said it launched air stikes on 20 sites on Friday morning and Gaza health officials said two Palestinians were killed in an attack on a farm.
Almost 10% of Gaza’s factories have been put out of action, said the Palestinian Federation of Industries. Most other industrial plants have halted production during the conflict, causing losses estimated at more than $70m (£42m), said the union of Palestinian industries. The UN’s food and agriculture organisation (FAO) said about 42,000 acres of croplands had sustained substantial direct damage and half of Gaza’s poultry stock has been lost due to direct hits or lack of care as access to farmlands along the border with Israel became impossible. More than 9% of the annual fishing catch was lost between 9 July and 10 August, it added.’
- A War on Gaza’s Future? Israeli Assault Leaves 500 Kids Dead, 3,000 Injured, 373,000 Traumatized
- Gaza Cost Far Exceeds Estimate, Official Says
- Hope fades in Gaza as conditions worsen
- Gaza experiencing severe water shortage
- UN offers to monitor Gaza construction material
- Gaza to get floating power station from Turkey
- Israel bars Amnesty, Human Rights Watch workers from Gaza
- In Gaza, emotional wounds of war remain unhealed
- Qatar to pay $1,000 to Gazan families who lost their homes during conflict
‘With signs the ongoing Israeli war on the Gaza Strip is again escalating, the Israeli government has ordered the mobilization of another 10,000 reservists, bringing the number called up so far during the war to 96,000.
Israeli military officials say that the 10,000 will replace other reservists who are being temporarily sent home for rest, which also suggests that they are planning the war to be long enough they have to do troop rotations.’
- Knesset authorizes call up of 10,000 more reservists
- Israeli military retracts claim that fatal mortar bomb was fired from UN school
- Israel Vows Escalation of Gaza War After Child Killed in Shelling
- Second half of RT’s Crosstalk: Israel “mowing the lawn”
- IAF strikes some 50 targets in Gaza, Hamas money-launderer killed
- Israel destroys homes of Palestinians suspected of killing Israeli teens
- Netanyahu sees extended Gaza military campaign
‘Dozens of Holocaust survivors, together with hundreds of descendants of Holocaust survivors and victims, have accused Israel of “genocide” for the deaths of more than 2,000 Palestinians in Gaza since the conflict erupted in July. In an open letter released by the International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network and published as an advert in The New York Times, the group calls for a full economic, cultural and academic boycott of Israel over its “wholesale effort to destroy Gaza”.
“Genocide begins with the silence of the world,” the statement reads, “We must raise our collective voices and use our collective power to bring about an end to all forms of racism, including the ongoing genocide of Palestinian people.” The statement also condemns the United States for its financial and diplomatic support of Israel. The signatories express alarm at “the extreme, racist dehumanization of Palestinians in Israeli society, which has reached a fever pitch.”’
‘Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Palestinian civilians on Sunday to leave immediately any site where militants are operating, one day after Israel flattened a 13-storey apartment block in Gaza. Israeli aircraft fired a non-explosive rocket at the building as a signal to residents to get out before attacking it on Saturday. Seventeen people were wounded in the strike on the structure, which Israel said had housed a Hamas command centre.
“I call on the inhabitants of Gaza to evacuate immediately from every site from which Hamas is carrying out terrorist activity. Every one of these places is a target for us,” Netanyahu said in public remarks at a cabinet meeting. With no end in sight to fighting in its seventh week, Netanyahu’s tough talk seemed to indicate a move towards bolder strikes against Hamas targets in densely populated neighbourhoods, even at the risk of raising more international alarm.’
‘The Iranian media released footage Monday of the Israeli spy drone it claimed to have shot down Sunday as it was heading for its Natanz nuclear enrichment site. The Iran Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) claimed Monday that it was working to extract intelligence and data from the drone’s remains. According to an Iranian military official, the drone was a Hermes model with a combat radius of 800 kilometers.
IRGC’s Public Relations Department General Ramezan Sharif was quoted by Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency as saying that some of the parts of the downed aircraft are working, “and our experts are studying the information and intelligence of these parts. We are now analyzing the information of this plane. The downed aircraft was of the stealth, radar-evasive type and it intended to penetrate the off-limits nuclear area in Natanz … but was targeted by a ground-to-air missile before it managed to enter the area,” state news agency ISNA said, citing a statement by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.’
‘UN agencies and leading charities confirmed over the weekend what many people are thinking and feeling about the state of the world – we are witnessing an unprecendented level of global turmoil and violence. The UN added a series of countries to its extreme crisis list and a senior foreign policy advisor at Oxfam briefed “I haven’t seen anything of this scale before…across the board, the humanitarian community sees this as one of the worst moments we’ve ever had to confront in terms of simultaneous, mostly man-made crises.” This follows a UN announcement a few weeks ago that for the first time since World War II, the number displaced people worldwide exceeded 50 million.
This is the disturbing context in which the leaders of the Western world will be coming to Newport in South Wales for a high-profile NATO summit. The crises in Gaza, Iraq, Eastern Europe and beyond tend to be reported as entirely separate cases with little or no investigation of either wider context or history. Palestinian representatives – on the few occiasions have been given air time – have argued that the long history of Israeli expansionism backed by Britain and the US is key to comprehending current events. Invariably they have been brusquely brought up to date, told that ‘we are where we are’ and that they should concentrate on finding solutions. But there is no prospect of solutions to any of these terrible crises without understanding what is driving them.’
- Countries in Crisis at Record High
- NATO Would Respond Militarily to Crimea-Style Infiltration, Says General
- Amnesty International Report Details Crimes by US/NATO Forces in Afghanistan
- The United States, NATO and the Destruction of Libya
- Ukraine Crisis Reminds Americans Why NATO Should Not Expand
- U.S. Backs NATO Proposal For Russia Threat Response
- General Breedlove calls for a retooling of NATO’s Response Force
- Senator Feinstein: The U.S. Is Now At Cold War Levels With Russia
- NATO will not offer Georgia membership step, avoiding Russia clash
- Think Again: NATO
‘A Free Syrian Army commander, arrested last month by the Islamist militia Al-Nusra Front, told his captors he collaborated with Israel in return for medical and military support, in a video released this week
In a video uploaded to YouTube Monday by the Executive Sharia Council in the eastern Daraa Region, an Islamic court established by Al-Nusra in southern Syria, Sharif As-Safouri, the commander of the Free Syrian Army’s Al-Haramein Battalion, admitted to having entered Israel five times to meet with Israeli officers who later provided him with Soviet anti-tank weapons and light arms. Safouri was abducted by the al-Qaeda-affiliated Al-Nusra Front in the Quneitra area, near the Israeli border, on July 22.’
‘The United Nations Human Rights Council, or UNHRC, in a statement released Monday, announced the appointment of three experts to an international commission of inquiry that will investigate allegations of war crimes and violations of “international humanitarian and human rights laws” during the Israeli military’s assault on the Gaza Strip.
[...] The international commission of inquiry, which was launched on July 23 after 29 countries voted in its favor, is slated to submit its report by March 2015. Israel, responding to Monday’s announcement, reiterated its earlier stance and denounced the UNHRC panel as a “kangaroo court,” Al Jazeera reported… Hamas, on the other hand, said that the formation of the commission was an important step forward… The UNHRC announcement came on the second day of a 72-hour cease-fire between Hamas and Israel during which the two sides have resumed indirect talks in Cairo, mediated by Egypt.’
- UN names Gaza probe panel, headed by harsh Israel critic
- Netanyahu asks US to help Israel avoid war crime charges
- Ban Ki-moon secretly worked with Israel to undermine UN report into Gaza war crimes, says WikiLeaks
- If the Nobel Peace Prize can be handed to Obama, why not hand it to the Israeli Defence Force?
- Fidel Castro: The Palestinian Holocaust in Gaza
- Israel deliberately attacking medical workers in Gaza, Amnesty says
- Justice for victims of alleged Israeli crimes remains elusive
- Israel to declare Gaza ‘enemy territory’ to avoid payouts to inhabitants
- Evidence shows Sony helps Israel in Gaza war
- Gaza conflict: The hundreds who lost their lives
- Jordan’s Abdullah: Israel must be held accountable for what is happening in Gaza
- Israeli Forces Shoot Dead 11 Year Old Palestinian Boy Near Al-Khalil
- How the Israeli discourse on terrorism seeks to justify blatant war crimes
- Evidence Emerges of Israeli “Shoot To Cripple” Policy In the Occupied West Bank
- Netanyahu: Would Have Been a ‘Moral Mistake’ Not to Attack Gaza Schools
- Gaza Strip: ‘Nuremberg Trials’ against Israel Demanded by Italian Academics
- Israeli attacks designed to “terrorize” Gaza population, international law experts say
‘But seriously. Is Dermer, one of Benjamin Netanyahu’s most trusted advisers, simply delusional? At one point in his extraordinary address, he even referred to the RAF’s carpet-bombing of German cities in the Second World War – as if this was the template for Israel’s “restraint”. It was like the old Blair refrain that whatever mistakes we made in Iraq, we weren’t as bad as Saddam. Well, I should hope not. But then Dermer went on: “I especially will not tolerate criticism of my country at a time when Israeli soldiers are dying so that innocent Palestinians can live.” These soldiers, according to Dermer, were being sent “into the hornet’s nest of Palestinian terror” – but WERE TRYING TO SAVE “INNOCENT” PALESTINIAN LIVES!’
- Netenyahu: “We’re targeting civilian, uh, military targets”
- US Leaders Aid and Abet Israeli War Crimes, Genocide & Crimes against Humanity
- Israeli right urges tougher Gaza approach
- Inside Israel’s Pro-War Nationalist Camp
- Israeli sniper admits to murdering 13 Gazan children on Instagram
- Message on ‘Israeli shell to Gaza’ reads: ‘That’s for cancelling the Backstreet Boys, you scum!’
- “Concentrate” and “exterminate”: Israel parliament deputy speaker’s Gaza genocide plan
- Cut off power to Gaza dialysis patients, Knesset deputy speaker urges
- Behind the lying eyes of Mark Regev, Israel’s spokesman
- Jewish volunteers for racial supremacy in Palestine
- Far-right Israelis celebrate Gaza kids’ deaths
- The lonely path of Israel’s military dissenters
- “Brutal Operation Taking Place In Our Name,” Israeli Military Reservists Refuse to Serve
- Donations to IDF troops overflowing – but units forbidden from making requests
- CBS’ Schieffer quotes Golda Meir: We can never forgive the Arabs for making us kill children’
- Israeli university rebukes professor who expressed sympathy for both Israeli, Gazan victims
- The Gaza massacre is the price of a “Jewish state”
- Merciless Israeli mobs are hunting Palestinians
ICG’s Nathan Thrall: Likely solution for a lasting ceasefire was on the table before Israeli assault and over 1,800 dead
‘Is a lasting ceasefire in Gaza possible — and on what terms? Our guest Nathan Thrall has laid out a possible plan for a ceasefire in his new article in the London Review of Books, “Hamas’s Chances.” Thrall writes: “The obvious solution is to let the new Palestinian government return to Gaza and reconstruct it. Israel can claim it is weakening Hamas by strengthening its enemies. Hamas can claim it won the recognition of the new government and a significant lifting of the blockade. This solution would of course have been available to Israel, the U.S., Egypt and the Palestinian Authority in the weeks and months before the war began, before so many lives were shattered.” Speaking to us from Jerusalem, Thrall is a senior analyst at the International Crisis Group, covering Gaza, Israel, Jordan and the West Bank. He also addresses Hamas’ accusation that Israel misled the world about the alleged capture of an Israeli soldier. On Friday, Israel said one of soldiers, Lt. Hadar Goldin, had been captured near Rafah. His suspected abduction led to an Israeli offensive in Rafah that killed more than 100 people and the collapse of a U.S.- and U.N.-brokered ceasefire.’ (Democracy Now!)
- If War Ends, What’s Next for the Gaza Strip?
- Hamas proposes 10-year cease-fire in return for conditions being met
- Livni: Israel mulling underground barrier to physically separate from Gaza
- Netanyahu’s vision for Gaza: Internationally supervised demilitarization
- Liberman calls for UN mandate in Gaza
- Israel not to attend Gaza truce talks in Cairo
- After Ceasefire Collapse, Israeli Cabinet Likely to Approve Escalating Gaza War
- Israel may be required to help displaced Gaza Palestinians: U.N. envoy
- British PM: Two-state solution beginning to look impossible
- List of Hamas demands, and why Israel unlikely to accept them
- Israel should consider Hamas’ cease-fire offer more seriously
‘Israel wiretapped US Foreign Secretary John Kerry’s phone while he was brokering peace talks between the Palestinian Authority and the Jewish state, intelligence sources have claimed.
Israeli intelligence agencies intercepted Kerry’s phone calls and listened to his conversations via satellite while he was attempting to reach a peace deal between Israel and Palestine earlier this year, German news magazine Der Spiegel reported.
The Israeli government then used the information obtained from Kerry’s conversations in its negotiations. The US-led peace talks fell apart at the end of April.’
‘Despite a 72-hour ceasefire starting early Tuesday morning, supposedly to give way to negotiations in Cairo on a settlement of the conflict, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to rule out ending the Gaza War.
Dismissing the negotiations, Netanyahu insisted the military operation would continue until the entire Gaza Strip became “calm,” and that there would be no cessation of fire before that. Even during Monday’s humanitarian “ceasefire,” Israel never really ceased fire, and continued to pound refugee camps around Rafah, killing more civilians, including an eight-year-old girl.’
- We will stay in Gaza Strip, Israel says despite destroying all ‘tunnels’
- Israel, Hamas Agree to 72-Hour Gaza Ceasefire
- Damage bill for devastated Gaza could cost up to $6 billion
- Assault on Gaza—Rafah, a Case Study: Israeli’s Adeptness at Genocide
- “Everything That Moves in Rafah is a Target”: Israel Continues Shelling of Gaza During Short “Pause”
- Israel Bombs ‘Exempt’ Refugee Camp During Ceasefire, Killing Child
- ‘We come in sadness, we go in sadness': Gaza family briefly returns home
- In Fatal Flash, Gaza Psychologist Switches Roles, Turning Into a Trauma Victim
- Dozens of innocents killed in IDF’s ‘Hannibal’ protocol
- Seventh Israeli Attack on UN School
- Israel Shells Rafah in Gaza
- Israel Resumes Gaza Strikes After Cease-Fire Lull
- Palestinians Arrive in Cairo for Gaza Talks, But Israel Not Coming
- Israel Plans 7-Hour ‘Humanitarian Truce’ for Parts of Gaza
- IDF, Shin Bet kill nephew of senior Hamas figure Mahmoud al-Mabhouh
- Israel bans Palestinians from entering al-Aqsa Mosque
- UNRWA investigating discovery of 20 rockets found in empty Gaza school
‘Documents provided by National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden to journalist Glenn Greenwald reveal specific details on the close relationship between the NSA and Israeli spy agencies and how cooperation enables military operations, such as the assault that has been ongoing in Gaza and has now killed over 1,800 Palestinians.
Previously, Greenwald reported in September 2013 on a “memorandum of understanding” between the NSA and Israeli intelligence from Snowden, which showed the NSA shared “raw intelligence” including the data of Americans with Israel. It also noted a document that stated, ”The survival of the state of Israel is a paramount goal of US Middle East policy.”
In his most recent report for The Intercept, Greenwald describes an information paper dated April 19, 2013, which was marked “top secret.” It indicates, “NSA maintains a far-reaching technical and analytic relationship with the Israeli SIGINT [signals intelligence] National Unit (ISNU) sharing information on access, intercept, targeting, language, analysis and reporting.” This relationship has brought about a stronger intelligence relationship between the United States and Israel and “prompted an expansion to include other Israeli and US intelligence organizations such as CIA, Mossad and the Special Operation Division (SOD),” which is a division of Israeli Defense Intelligence.’
‘It is amazing how quickly Israel has learned the elements of colonial staying power. It is even more amazing how the American media has taken up the cause of racism against the Palestinians.
We can start with how the Israelis, and their lobby headquartered in Washington, have managed to demonize Palestinians, with the result that Israel can undertake a massive slaughter and be barely criticized for it both by our media. We can begin with Israel’s request to the US government a couple of decades ago to label Hamas as a “Terrorist Group,” which our government happily agreed to do. Other people in other parts of the world have tried this tactic, with some success, but for the most part such rebels are labeled “insurgents.”
Demonization of those you occupy is an essential first step to allow a colonial power to do what it wishes with the people being occupied. How else can one explain the lack of meaningful protests by Americans, who have furnished the money and the weapons to the maiming and the slaughter by Israel of thousands of Palestinians in the many wars its Army has conducted against the Palestinians.
It is useful to look back at our own colonial experience to understand what our government is doing to abet this slaughter of innocents.’
- Greenwald: ‘There’s a Racist Element’ to Media’s Gaza Coverage
- Google Play offers ‘Bomb Gaza’ game that lets you kill Muslim women and children
- Israel’s Military Censors Demand ‘Prior Review’ of NYT’s Gaza Reporting
- How can journalists be objective when writing about dead children?
- The Media’s Pro-Israel Bias: Why Does TV News Look Like a Netanyahu Ad?
- Two Jewish Voices Fiercely Debate Gaza Siege: Max Blumenthal vs. ZOA’s Morton Klein
- Twitter hashtags are finally neutralizing the Israeli government’s propaganda
- The difficulty with David Frum’s apology for bogus photo-fakery allegations
- Patrick Cockburn: Israel’s Propaganda Machine Is Finally Starting to Misfire
- Two Films by John Pilger: Palestine, War and the Lethal Role of Journalists
- When the Daily Mail’s Max Hastings turns against Israel, you know it’s in deep trouble
- Is Gideon Levy the most hated man in Israel or just the most heroic?
- Foreign Press Complain of ‘Intimidation’ by Israel During Gaza War
- How Israel Uses Twitter, Facebook & Tinder to Legitimize Murder
‘Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered troops to redeploy and continue the invasion of the Gaza Strip, though reports of some of the troops being moved out of the strip are a sign Israel is winding down the war.
Netanyahu denied that the war was coming to an end, but said it would continue “only on the basis of security considerations,” and that “all options are open” for further escalation.
…The apparent Israeli strategy at this point is to draw down the Gaza War to an eventual halt without any negotiated settlement, to avoid having to make any concessions on the blockade of the Gaza economy in a ceasefire.’
- Hamas says Netanyahu’s remarks show Israel army “in trouble”
- UN identifies 1,117 Gaza casualties, 83% of them civilians
- UN: Nearly 300 Palestinian children killed in Gaza]
- Egypt increases electricity to Gaza, urges Israel to repair power lines
- Hospitals in Gaza Overwhelmed as Attacks Continue
- Freed Palestinian prisoners shocked at damage in Gaza
- Israel army says ‘safe’ to return to part of north Gaza
- Gaza: Mapping the human cost
- The reasons why Gaza’s population is so young
- Children Sponsored by Christian Charity In Gaza Dying
- Gaza miracle baby died amid severe Gaza crisis
- 11 members of a Palestinian family are killed in a single strike
- Israel’s Campaign to Send Gaza Back to the Stone Age
- ‘Smell of death is thick in the air’ in Shujayea
- Palestinian artists transform smoke-filled Gaza into symbol of resistance
- Gaza Morgue Worker Numbed as Bodies Pile Up Under Israeli Raids
- Israeli General Insists Strike on Gaza Power Plant an Accident
- Israeli Forces Target UN School Shelter, Children and Hospitals
- Israel Calls Up 16,000 More Reservists: 86,000 Since Start of War
- Collective Punishment in Gaza
- Israel mows the lawn
- Israel Attacks Gaza’s Only Power Plant, Knocking Out Power for a Year
- Gaza Tunnels: Used in War, But Built for Economy
- The Dangerous Logic Used to Justify Killing Civilians
- 1973-1978: With Israel’s support, Ahmed Yassin Forms Islamist Organizations in the West Bank and Gaza’
- Roots of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Who is Instigating Who?: Interview with Alison Weir
- The Heart of the Problem With Israel: The Mass Expulsion of the Palestinian People
- Historian Alison Weir lecture on the History of the Israeli Palestinian Conflict
- The War Between Gaza and the Zionists: Why Hamas’s Fight is Legitimate
- Wiping another Country off the Map: Israel does it to Palestine
- Understanding Hamas: part terrorism, part good works
- How the Likud Bloc Mid-wifed the Birth of Hamas
- Hamas: ‘Israel started this conflict in 1948′
- Israeli Spies Once Poisoned A Hamas Leader
- How Israel Helped to Spawn Hamas
- Israel Aided Hamas
‘Abby Martin sits down with Mikey Huff and Andy Roth of Project Censored, discussing the backlash faced by whistleblowers in the US as well as providing a perspective on the way media outlets are reporting on the conflict in Gaza.’ (Breaking the Set)