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Carter Going to Gaza for Fatah-Hamas Talks

by James M. Wall The Turkish Anadolu Agency (AA) reported Sunday that former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is expected to arrive in the Gaza Strip on Thursday to meet with Palestinian Hamas officials. A Palestinian security source, who requested anonymity, … Continue reading

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Hot and Cold Violence Sustains Israel’s Occupation

by James M. Wall Two news items surfaced Tuesday, April 21, that offer contrasting world views of Israel’s Occupation of East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza. Item number one is from the daily news report issued by the International … Continue reading

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Gideon Levy: A Prophetic Voice from Israel

by James M. Wall Gideon Levy is a veteran columnist for Haaretz, a leading newspaper in Israel. He is a prophet, a man passionately committed to telling truth not just to power, but to people.  As part of his mission, Levy came to … Continue reading

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“The Genius of Israeli Evil: It Poses as Concern”

by James M. Wall Amira Hass is a Jewish journalist who has worked since 1993 as Ha’aretz’ correspondent in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. Born in Jerusalem in 1956, Hass has been with Haaretz since 1989. She has lived in the West Bank city of Ramallah since … Continue reading

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“We want to exchange personal experiences, Sir.”

by James M. Wall The personal report that begins below, first appeared in the website, Mondoweiss.  This report conveys the horror of war experienced by young Palestinian college students in Gaza during recent summer weeks of unrelenting and vicious attacks by Israel. … Continue reading

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“Exodus” Now Hurling Real 5,000 Pound Bombs

by James M. Wall Israel still retains absolute mind control over the western world, thanks to the selling of an Israel narrative which was boosted high into the literary lights and onto movie screens with the fictional Israeli narrative written by Leon Uris in … Continue reading

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Menendez to AIPAC: You Have My Hand in Friendship and the Power of My Office, Shalom

by James M. Wall When President Barack Obama named Senator John Kerry as his Secretary of State, he opened the door for a new chair to assume control of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee: New Jersey’s Democratic Senator Robert Menendez. Menendez … Continue reading

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Israel Delivers “Or Else” Demands to Obama

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Should the US Go to War for Israel?

by James M. Wall Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke to the annual AIPAC conference earlier this week. He also held a private meeting with US President Barack Obama. In his AIPAC speech, Netanyahu evoked the Holocaust as the source … Continue reading

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This Is The Right Moment for Churches To Pay Attention to Israel’s Occupation

  by James M. Wall   Cross posted from The Electronic Intifada In his book Kairos for Palestine, Rifat Odeh Kassis deals with a topic that is as fresh as the destruction of a Palestinian home by Israeli-driven, US-built bulldozers, and as ancient as the use … Continue reading

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