The documentary The Activists sets out to highlight lessons learned by the American anti-war movement but ends up lauding its single greatest failure.
On the rare occasions the US mainstream media refer to the US shootdown of an Iranian airliner in 1988, they sustain the myth it was simply a “mistake”.
The mainstream media serve Israel’s occupation regime by failing to inform that for the US to relocate its Israel embassy to Jerusalem would be illegal.
The official website of Iran’s Supreme Leader interviewed me about US policy, Saudi Arabia, and the Qatar crisis, but censored my mild criticism of Iran.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens defends Israel’s occupation of Palestine by regurgitating Zionist propaganda about who started the 1967 Six Day War.
Its characterizations of the Nakba are illustrative of how the New York Times systematically whitewashes the ethnic cleansing of Palestine from history.
The New York Times’ failure to provide “sufficient context” goes well beyond not explaining Israel’s charges against Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti.
Once the greatest obstacle to peace between Israelis and Palestinians is correctly identified, the path forward to a just resolution reveals itself.
The film Disturbing the Peace provides great insight into the conflicting perspectives between Israelis and Palestinians—and how peace will be realized.
Iraq war architect Paul Wolfowitz charges Assad with deliberately supporting ISIS in Syria, but his argument is even more applicable to the US.
John McCain’s solution to the tragedy in Syria is to continue doing the same things that caused the rise of ISIS in the first place.
Milena Rampoldi of the blog ProMosaik interviews me about Palestine, including whether the two-state solution is dead, and the state of journalism.
The HBO documentary film Cries from Syria doesn’t tell the whole story about the so-called “Civil War” there, but it does highlight the most critical part.
The mainstream media perpetually deceives readers about what the two-state solution is in order to manufacture consent for the US’s rejection of it.
I spoke to Press TV about Israel’s escalation of illegal settlement activity and why now is actually an opportunity for Palestinians to seek justice.
John Kerry hails the Obama administration’s “assertive diplomacy” as though the US’s policies under his two terms wasn’t the opposite of diplomacy.
I spoke to a conference in Gaza about why the US government is the greatest obstacle to peace and how to see an end to Israel’s occupation regime.
Deciphering John Kerry’s euphemistic language from his December 28, 2016 speech on Middle East peace reveals the US’s opposition to the two-state solution.
Obstacle to Peace: The US Role in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict is an exhaustively researched and damning indictment, says a Barron’s review of the book.
Ironically, Netanyahu and Trump being in power in Israel and the US, respectively, is the best thing that could happen for the prospects of peace.
The key to understanding the significance of the recent UN resolution on Israeli settlements lies in a proper assessment of why the US didn’t veto it.
Here are ten popular arguments Zionists use to defend Israel’s crimes against the Palestinians and how to answer them effectively.
Israeli historian Benny Morris now denies that Palestine was ethnically cleansed in 1948, but his own research shows this was exactly how Israel came to be.
Hillary Clinton knows a no-fly zone in Syria would necessitate killing a lot of Syrian civilians, but she advocates one anyway.
Michael Hess in the first of a multi-part review of Obstacle to Peace describes it as a “very readable” and “gripping” analysis of the Palestine conflict.
Rafi Farber admits on Twitter that he can’t prove his contention that Jews own all of Palestine based on a 2,000-year land claim is true.
A Wattan News Agency segment (in Arabic) covering my participation in the second in a series of conferences titled “100 Global Thinkers in Palestine”.
Rafi Farber clings to his claim that Jews own Palestine by engaging in obfuscation and personal attacks in response to me pointing out his arguments’ flaws.
My rebuttal to “Top Ten Things That Piss Me Off About Anti Israel Libertarians” by Rafi Farber, whom I recently debated on the Tom Woods Show.
If we approach the question of land ownership in historic Palestine by applying Libertarian principles, who were the legitimate owners? Jews or Arabs?