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Gaza massacre: Distorted scriptures, Zionist goons and daddy’s little ghoul

By Ameen Izzadeen The Nakba Day massacre and the grotesque ceremony to mark the opening of the United States’ embassy in Jerusalem turned Monday, May 14, into one of the darkest days in recent history. Television footage of the massacre … Continue reading

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Just as apartheid ended in South Africa, so will it in Palestine

By Ameen Izzadeen Since the creation of Israel in 1948, almost all United States’ Presidents have been either ignorant of the true story behind the Palestinians’ suffering or advocates of injustice, however much the victimised Palestinians shout ‘Nakba, Nakba.’ Perhaps, … Continue reading

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Palestinians need a hero, not a gutless Guterres

By Ameen Izzadeen The stench that wafted across world politics last Friday was unbearable. It originated from a place where there was once an old slaughterhouse. The place now houses the 39-storey United Nations building, one of the most photographed … Continue reading

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Israel writes script for the crisis and solution

By Ameen Izzadeen President Barack Obama, wake up. The bloodletting in the holy city of Jerusalem sends you a stream of urgent messages that you should step in and act decisively to fulfil your promise of peace to the land … Continue reading

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Palestine: A taste of apartheid and colonialism

By Ameen Izzadeen Travelling in a lead escort vehicle driven by a police officer can be thrilling for a speed enthusiast. The lead vehicle, an SUV, in which I was occupying the rear seat, was cruising at top speed along … Continue reading

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Gaza crisis: US must choose between justice and hawkish Jews

Just a week after his reelection, President Barack Obama is facing a big foreign policy crisis – the escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip following the killing of Hamas’ military wing leader Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari on Wednesday by … Continue reading

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Faults, failures, the U.N. is now a farce

By Ameen Izzadeen As the United Nations General Assembly sessions continue in New York, it is time to say loud and clear that the world body stands exposed as an instrument of imperial powers. Its track record speaks for itself. … Continue reading

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