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  • The Zionist lobby’s First Lady in US CongressAlan Hart
    November 6, 2011

    After UNESCO voted to give the Palestinians full membership, the words of State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland contained a hint that the Obama administration at the highest levels is quite seriously concerned about the possible consequences for America of cutting off funds to the UN agency as required by Zionist lobby driven law enacted by Congress. (The U.S. funds about 22 percent of UNESCO's budget or roughly $80 million annually; and $60 million was scheduled to be sent this month).

  • Has President Obama become a joke?Alan Hart
    November 6, 2011

    On October 22nd, in his radio address to his own people, and over the internet to those around the world who still think he is worth listening to, President Obama said, "This week we had two powerful reminders of how we've renewed American leadership in the world." That made me wonder which of the two d's should be applied to him - duplicitous or deluded. (I won't argue with any readers who might say that he is both because being duplicitous eventually makes you delusional. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is best proof of that).

  • Obama and Israel's securityAlan Hart
    December 5, 2011

    If American election campaign funders who support Israel right or wrong formed a circle and demanded that President Obama stand naked in the middle of it while they sang Hava Nagila ("Let us rejoice"), I am sure he would agree to do so. That thought came into my mind when I read the Reuters' report, published in Ha'aretz, of what Obama said to a group of fundraisers in the Manhattan home of Jack Rosen, chairman of the American Jewish Congress.

  • Netanyahu for President (of America)Alan Hart
    December 19, 2011

    It's now clear that the Republican frontrunner in the race for the White House is Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.

  • The BBC censors its own report on Tunisia's Jews saying "No" to Israel!Alan Hart
    February 6, 2012

    There was a moment in a report from Tunisia by the BBC's Wyre Davies when I could not stop myself laughing. I was listening to it on the Corporation's generally excellent World Service radio. Davies was in Tunisia to find out how its remaining 2,000 Jews (down from 300,000 once upon a time) were responding to a call from an Israeli government minister for them to move to Israel.

  • How about an international award for hypocrisy?Alan Hart
    February 15, 2012

    Arising out the will of Alfred Nobel, the Swedish chemist who invented dynamite, the Nobel Prize is universally recognized as the most prestigious award in the fields of peace-making, economics, chemistry, physics, medicine and literature. How about an international award - without the gold medal, the diploma and the money -a for hypocrisy?

  • Israel's occupation: Who is most "out of touch with reality"?Alan Hart
    April 6, 2012

    If more proof was needed (some of us think it isn't) that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu lives in a fantasy world that exists only in his own deluded mind, his latest verbal assault on the UN Human Rights Council for its decision to appoint and despatch an independent international fact-finding mission "to investigate the implications of the (illegal) Israeli settlements on the civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights of the Palestinian people throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem" is it.

  • Never ending NakbaAlan Hart
    May 22, 2012

    As Ilan Pappe has said, most Israeli Jews have no idea of what they did to the Palestinians in 1948. (He also said that those who do know don't think that what was done was wrong). But that's only the tip of an iceberg of ignorance.

  • Netanyahu v Obama and IranAlan Hart
    August 29, 2012

    I am sure that U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is right when he says that Israel has not yet made up its mind about whether or not to attack Iran's nuclear facilities. The question is - What will most likely be the determining factor in the mind of Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu?

  • A good question about American interests in the Middle East but what is the answer?Alan Hart
    October 15, 2012

    In an article for TomDispatch, Peter Van Buren (a U.S. Foreign Service Officer for many years) posed what he described as Six Critical Foreign Policy Questions That Won't Be Raised in Presidential Debates. Question three was under the headline - What do we want from the Middle East?

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