As U.S. ambassador to the UN, Trump’s new national security adviser went way outside his authority to back Israeli aggression in the Middle East.
For evangelicals, Trump’s hard right line on Israel and machinations against Iran make him an instrument of the endtimes.
Thousands of Arab Bedouins in Israel’s Negev desert are denied power, water, sewage, and roads by the state. And their villages are under constant threat of demolition.
A new Israeli law bans travel by anyone who supports a nonviolent boycott for Palestinian rights — including Jews who break with the government’s right-wing line.
With plummeting ratings back home, Donald Trump is looking overseas for support. He’s going to have to apologize first, though.
Trump’s statements on the Middle East reflect hardline views one day and more conventional ones the next.
If the U.S. goes ahead with the GOP plan, says Phyllis Bennis, “all bets are off.”
Beltway pundits are far more supportive of Israeli settlements than the American public.
Ali Issa will discuss his new book, featuring interviews with and reports from Iraqi feminists, labor organizers, environmentalists, and protest movement leaders.
Phyllis Bennis on the Real News Network: “When the first crisis breaks, I’m afraid that a President Trump would immediately turn to the military.”
A powerful new solo show on the Israel-Palestine conflict presents the sounds of one man wrestling.
Netanyahu requests a $2 billion increase in military aid on top of the more than $3 billion worth of weaponry that U.S. taxpayers provide to Israel each year.
Phyllis Bennis: “Everyone is safer with this deal — because everyone is safer when we use diplomacy instead of war.”
Will the monumental deal lay the foundation for creating a nuclear free zone throughout the Middle East?