Secretary John Kerry did not invoke Zoroaster, Emerson or even Whitman when he stated repeatedly on behalf of the State Department that Tel Aviv’s security is U.S. security. The U.S. continues to perpetuate the 1948 political earthquake that hit the eastern Mediterranean.
Palestinians had awaited what Kerry would [Read more]
The Western bloc is not what it used to be. Every day, it erodes a little more.
No constitution, law, or humanitarian consideration can restrain America’s desires and interests, regardless of their grave consequences for the world.
Providing publicity for such a distortion of reality is dangerous and harmful with the tailwind it provides for Islamic State group terrorism.
Soon, the U.S. administration will present us with an all new, elementary foreign policy, characterized by contradictory and ambiguous positions regarding the Arab region, particularly the Palestinian cause. Still, the policy has yet to approach its ally and mistress “Israel” critically.
The U.S. Department of [Read more]
Regardless of whether John Kerry or any other U.S. official successfully serves as midwife for this deal, he should know that the birth of a child should only be rushed if the mother is in danger.
Since the era when U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower forced Israel to withdraw its troops from the Sinai and Gaza following their capture by Egypt in 1956, Arabs remain convinced that the one who sits in the White House can make war or peace between Arabs and Israelis. The eras of President Nixon and the Separation [Read more]
A few days ago the world witnessed the destruction of a Palestinian home, built with stone and sweat, because the occupation authorities gave the owner a choice between destroying the house himself or paying for the rental of the bulldozer. The scene is reminiscent of the incident in 1948 in a Palestinian village when [Read more]
It’s puzzling when dealing with the fabrications of American politicians concerning Palestine’s people and history, while candidates for the White House and Congress vie to show their dedication and allegiance to the Zionist state. The fact that only Israel is treated as a domestic issue indicates that the main [Read more]