Monthly Archives: May 2011

Netanyahu and the one-state solution

Neve Gordon offers, on Aljazeera English, an accurate reading of the current situation in Palestine that is simple and might be obvious for many.  It is worthy of documenting. Excerpt: [Netanyahu’s not-so-implicit threat that Israel will continue its colonial project if the … Continue reading

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Obama Speech on the Arab Spring

The Obama speech today… in three words… “some significant statements;” in two words… “double standard;” and in a word… “disappointing.” It was gratifying to listen to Obama’s eloquence in displaying “universal rights” that must be enjoyed by all, including Arab … Continue reading

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Resolving the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict – Options and Possibilities

Based on a speech in Vancouver, BC, Canada on May 7th, 2011. When one talks about options available to the parties of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, one talks about options available to the Israelis; not the Palestinians.  The Israelis are the stronger party.  They … Continue reading

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