Topic: War and antiwar

  • Freedom of religion for whom?

    The double standards of the U.S. and its allies are a prime factor in the suffering of people of all religions in the Middle East.

  • Resistance is justified when Gaza is occupied

    Those who support Palestinian self-determination must challenge Israel's justifications for war--and that means setting the record straight about Hamas.

  • Palestine and the Arab counterrevolution

    The slaughter being carried out in Gaza by the Israeli military is connected to the counterrevolution sweeping the Arab world.

  • Crimes committed in our names

    As Jews of conscience, we do not condone the apartheid regime of Israel, nor the occupation of Palestine.

  • Apartheid Israel doesn't speak for us

    As Jews of conscience, we unequivocally condemn Israel's ongoing massacre against the Palestinian people of Gaza.

  • A flood of solidarity with Palestine

    The scenes of devastation from Gaza are moving more people to speak out--from street protests to statements of solidarity and conscience.

  • How Baldwin saw Palestine

    Twenty years before September 11, author James Baldwin ripped apart the apologies for U.S. imperialism and Israel's wars.

  • Israel's crumbling media war

    Glimpses of the real plight of Palestinians are finally making their way into the mainstream media, even in the U.S.

  • Why I'm renouncing my Israeli citizenship

    It's a moral abomination to emulate Nazi tactics in the name of the Jewish people and their alleged security.

  • Racism fuels Israel's war

    Israel must relentlessly dehumanize Palestinians in order to justify its horrific actions towards them.

  • El terror sobre Palestina

    Una sostenida ola de violencia por parte de Israel intensifica las tensiones en Cisjordania, Gaza, e Israel mismo.

  • They call this avoiding casualties?

    Israeli officials say they're making "huge efforts" to avoid civilian deaths, so the death toll must be Hamas' fault.

  • The violence of the oppressors

    Israel's oppression of Palestinians--and the resistance against it--has many echoes with the situation facing African Americans.

  • Israel's terrorist rampage

    The already bloody Israeli onslaught against Gaza is intensifying, causing hundreds of deaths and driving tens of thousands from their homes.

  • Gaza, we hear your cry

    From Seattle to Philadelphia, Palestinian families, students and solidarity activists took to the streets to condemn Israel's war crimes.

  • No justice in his court

    Supporters of Palestinian community leader Rasmea Odeh are calling for the pro-Israel judge in her case to recuse himself.

  • Why is the Nation still debating apartheid?

    The Nation regularly runs articles debating Israeli apartheid--a question it never considered about apartheid South Africa.

  • Rockets and the Gaza resistance

    The completely lopsided nature of the conflict must be part of any discussion of Israel's claims about rockets fired from Gaza.

  • Racially profiled by the National Spy Agency

    New revelations based on information from NSA leaker Edward Snowden expose how the government targeted Muslims for surveillance.

  • Palestine's innocent victims

    A relative describes how Mohammed and Tarek Abu Khdeir's family are dealing with the murder of one youth and the beating of another.

  • Why doesn't Noam Chomsky support BDS?

    Noam Chomsky's long history as a determined critic of Israel gave his recent attack on the Palestinian movement an especially painful sting.

  • A war crime in progress

    Israel's air strikes against the besieged civilian population of Gaza have entered a frightening new phase of indiscriminate violence.

  • Anyone could be a target

    A young woman from Gaza describes the trauma being rained down on hundreds of thousands of families.

  • Is being pro-Palestine a crime?

    Los Angeles police assaulted a well-known Palestinian rights activist as he interviewed supporters of Israel at their picket.

  • Confronting the counterrevolution in Egypt

    We are dealing with a huge setback for Egypt's revolution--but in every battle we lose, we must learn the lessons.