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Israel: Many Enemies, Much Prestige ~ by Uri Averny

By Uri Avnery | Palestine Chronicle | Oct 8, 2011 An old photo from World War I shows a company of German soldiers getting on the train on their way to the front. On the wall of the car somebody had scribbled: “viel Feind, viel Ehr’” (“The more enemies, the more Honor”.) In those days, […]

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Refusing to Be Enemies – Book Review

By Jim Miles | Palestine Chronicle | Aug 11, 2011 Refusing to be Enemies – Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation.  Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta.  Ithaca Press (Garnet Publishing, Reading, UK), 2011. Israel has always indicated that there is no partner for peace in its relationships with the Palestinian people.  Refusing to be Enemies […]

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Zionism: The Real Enemy of the Jews | An Interview With Alan Hart

By Asma Hanif | Brussels, Belgium | July 23, 2008 When Alan Hart started his journalism career in Africa at the age of 18, joining ITN television, his editor summed up what his job ought to be: “Keep democracy alive.” Hart made it his life’s mission. The profession took him around the world as a […]

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Worried Israel: Encircled by enemies again?

Israelis are jittery about trends in Egypt, the Arab world and even in America Worried Israel Feb 17th 2011 | JERUSALEM BINYAMIN NETANYAHU, prime minister of Israel’s hawkish coalition government, makes no secret of his queasiness about Egypt’s upheaval and his fear that the peace treaty with Israel’s giant Arab neighbour could unravel after 32 […]

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