In June 2010 a news story
briefly appeared on the Yediot website about Prisoner X in solitary confinement in an Israeli jail. His jailers did not know who he was, did not share a word with him, no one came to visit him. No one seemed to know he was there. They didn’t even know what crime he had committed or how he came to be in the prison. His prison cell was completely isolated from other prisoners and he couldn’t communicate in any way with them
. ABC News Australia has broken the News that Prisoner X
was an Australian citizen suspected of Mossad links and who commited suicide two years ago in an Israeli jail. [more inside]
American Jews Rethink Israel:
The US-Israeli relationship is largely unparalleled in history, with a monolithic Lobbyist
. This is changing
, a decidedly more liberal Jewish lobby than AIPAC
, seems to be having a hard time
. ( self loading video
Perhaps, as the comment suggests, it is being thwarted by the religious right
J Street And World Order - an analysis
What’s Driving the Jihad Against J Street - Matthew Yglesias
thinks J Street is scaring the shit
out of the old Israeli lobby.
The first Jewish member
of the Revolutionary Council of Fatah talks about a unique political journey.
as the small number of white members of the ANC widened its legitimacy during the apartheid era in South Africa, other Jews can be attracted to participate in Fatah, transforming it into a broader-based movement that stands for equal rights for both Arabs and Jews in a federated state. Uri Davis
whose motto is Against Israeli Apartheid — for Freedom and Justice in Palestine.
Tul Karem’s refugee camp, the time, if I remember correctly, Chanukah 2003, it was to execute there about 9 people. Sorry, I don’t remember the pretense we were given for the mission.
Shovrim Shtika or Breaking the Silence
where Israeli soldiers confess the horror they have visited on Hebron
Behind the 'Zion curtain'
Just as Arabs do not realise just how 'Middle Eastern' Israelis are, Israelis don't realise how 'western' millions of Arabs are.
An article by Kaled Diab