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Deadly 'Russian airstrike' hits market in Syria's Idlib At least 44 people killed and scores wounded in air attack on popular marketplace in town of Ariha, activists say.
French police fire teargas to disperse climate protest Police also pepper spray activists defying ban on demonstrations in Paris, a day ahead of UN summit on climate change.
Saudi firm secures funding for world's tallest building The 170-storey building in Jeddah will rise to a height of more than one kilometre, surpassing Dubai's Burj Khalifa.
#Israel suspends EU role in peace process over labelling Contact with EU institutions to be cut after bloc's decision to label products produced in Israel's illegal settlements.

Who is Right in Syria?

airstrikesHere is the situation in Syria as I see it: Russia is taking a long-range view and wants stability in post-ISIS Syria. France and the United States are taking the short-range view and really have no achievable plans for Syria’s future stability. Turkey appears to have given little thought to Syria’s future. Ankara may be willing to see indefinite chaos in Syria if it hurts the Assad regime on the one hand and the Kurds on the other.



Israel Divides the Jews

Rabbi Rick JacobsSomething significant recently happened in the ongoing political-ethical drama that grips Israel and, by extension, Jewish communities worldwide. As reported by the Jewish Daily Forward on on 6 November 2015, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, the president of the Union for Reform Judaism (a position that makes him the leader of largest Jewish denomination in the United States), publicly broke with Israel’s political and religious leadership.




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Pre-Paris Betrayal People’s Climate Marches

We are badly running out of time to tackle climate change. It is now effectively too late to avoid a catastrophic plus 2 degrees C temperature rise but we are nevertheless obliged to do everything we can to make the future “less bad” for our children, grandchildren and future generations.

The Reign of Absurdity

There is no such thing as "international terrorism". To declare war on "international terrorism" is nonsense. Politicians who do so are either fools or cynics, and probably both.

So what is to be done?

by Adam Keller

"This is the fight of Civilization against Barbarism!" declared Prime Minister Netanyahu to his distinguished guest, US Secretary of State John Kerry. "The whole world is under attack by radical Islamists and the forces of terror. Israel is ever at war with these terrorists. The entire international community should support our efforts - it's not just...

Foreign Policy Comes Back to Haunt Us

From the start, opponents of the American empire warned that the government could not violate the rights of foreigners without eventually violating the rights of Americans. An excellent example is William Graham Sumner's post-Spanish-American War classic "The Conquest of the United States by Spain." The anti-imperialists were spot-on,...

'Scotland and Palestine: Building Friendship and Solidarity'

Committee room 9 Houses of Parliament

Organised by the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) and  the Council of European Palestinian Relations (CEPR) this vital seminar, which was held on the 17 November 2015, took on a more poignant atmosphere. Especially in light of the acts of violence perpetrated just days earlier where ‘seven coordinated attacks’ apparently from...

The Karma of Terror

Terrible terrorists are killing our soldiers in their countries and killing us here at home. How can we stop them?

The answer is simple: Stop terrorizing them. We started this war. What we do to others comes back on us.



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This is World War III

The CNN headline read “How is This Not WWIII? I was surprised to see this article on CNN and after having read the article I realized that CNN had really not strayed too far from the dogma that is the mainstream media. If I had been tasked to write that article, I would have taken...

Laquan the Palestinian

by Amer Zahr

He was brash. Reckless. Audacious. Walking right in front of police officers like he had nothing to fear. It was lunacy. His chest out, invincible. It was a defiance of the highest order. Utterly insane. How could he have cared about his own life, his own future, doing such things?

How Many Turkeys Died For Your Dinner

We’ve spent such a large portion of the past year cringing at the prospect of potential disasters crouching behind every bush: ISIS, Putin, Trump, Belicheck, lion- killing dentists, that a national holiday right about now is a blessed respite. For one 24- hour period, the whole country can focus on something benign. Unless, you’re a Black Friday shopper. But those are self-...

Academic Workers for a Democratic Union at The New School

“Education should be free. The United States is the richest country in the world, yet students have to take on crippling debt in order to get a college education."

This is only one among innumerable comments on social network media by the frustrated students in the US these days. Recently, students across the US  walked out of classrooms to protest ballooning student...

Fear Is the Name of the Game

President Obama announced, “We do not succumb to fear.” What did he mean with his use of the pronoun “we”?

Guardian admits its cowardice over Paris

by Jonathan Cook

From the horse’s mouth: For fear of upsetting readers, the paper silenced any commentary in the first days after the Paris attacks that might have suggested there was a causal relationship between western foreign policy in the Middle East and those events.



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