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Israeli football, racism and politics – the ugly side of the beautiful game ~ by Jonathan Cook

By Jonathan Cook | Jonathan-Cook.net | 25 April 2013 Israel’s increasing integration into European competitions, despite its refusal to revive peace talks with the Palestinians, respect human rights and halt illegal settlement, is, according to critics, contrary to sporting values and should be met with international opposition of the kind faced by apartheid South Africa. […]

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Israeli occupation forces kidnap Hamas official Ra’fat Nasif, and many others in night raids

[ PIC 12/02/2013 – 12:08 PM ] TULKAREM, (PIC)– The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) at dawn Tuesday kidnapped 16 Palestinians affiliated with the Hamas Movement, including senior official Ra’fat Nasif, in Tulkarem city. Local sources told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that a large force of Israeli troops raided the house of Hamas official Ra’fat […]

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Apartheid Democracy: Israel Elects Itself

 Mohamad Bdeir | Al Akhbar English | Tuesday, January 22, 2013 Israel’s recent election has been light on political programs and heavy on personal competition. Talk of the peace process has been marginal, one sign among many of the growing clout of the Israeli right-wing. Before Israel’s 1977 elections, with Likud defeating Labor for the […]

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In speech to hawkish US Jews, Netanyahu omits major threats

Wednesday, February 29 2012|Mairav Zonszein | 972 Magazine   Attention American Jewish leaders: In outlining the major threats facing Israel, the prime minister patronized you by leaving a few out, which I’m sure you must be well aware of. Last week on Sunday evening, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed leaders of the hawkishly-led Conference of […]

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