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  1. Who Will Be Israel’s Next Prime Minister?

    I have a confession to make: I don’t hate Binyamin Netanyahu. I don’t hate Sara’le either. I generally don’t hate people. With the sole exception of people who have betrayed the trust I put in them and tried to stick a knife in my back. Not more than three or four in all my life. … Continue reading "Who Will Be Israel’s Next Prime Minister?"

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  2. The Tragicomedy of Russiagate

    The whole election-meddling distraction is remarkable in both comic and tragic ways. The tragedy can be summed up in three words: New Cold War. At a time when the U.S. and Russian governments ought to be working toward nuclear disarmament, relations are deteriorating dangerously. As the estimable Australian writer Caitlin Johnstone, notes, despite Donald Trump’s … Continue reading "The Tragicomedy of Russiagate"

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  3. Bodies Found Under Rubble; 91 Killed in Iraq

    Civilian and militant bodies were discovered in the rubble in northern Iraq.

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  4. More Than a Fight over Couscous: Why the Palestinian Narrative Must Be Embraced

    As soon as Virgin Atlantic Airlines introduced a couscous-style salad “inspired by the flavors of Palestine”, a controversy ensued. Israel’s supporters ignited a social media storm and sent many complaints to the company, obliging the airline to remove the reference to Palestine. In the Zionist narrative, Palestine does not exist – nor is it allowed … Continue reading "More Than a Fight over Couscous: Why the Palestinian Narrative Must Be Embraced"

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  5. The 9/11 Hijackers Were Iraqis, Right?

    Originally posted at TomDispatch. I was teaching the day the airplanes hit the World Trade Center. It was the second meeting of “The Communist Manifesto for Seminarians,” a course for my fellow graduate students. By the time I got to class, both towers had collapsed. A few hours later, Building 7 came down as well. … Continue reading "The 9/11 Hijackers Were Iraqis, Right?"

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