• All governments lie, but disaster lies in wait for countries whose officials smoke the same hashish they give out.

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Palestinian filmmaker Hala Gabriel seeks support for documentary on ’48 destruction of Tantura

By Stephen Shenfield

Stephen Shenfield writes Palestinian refugee from Syria and filmmaker Hala Gabriel is nearly finished with her documentary "On the Road to Tantura." But she needs one last fundraising push: "The basic work on the documentary has now been done. Hala Gabriel and her producer Talal Jabari have a solid 70-minute "rough cut" of the film. However, there remains significant work to be done in order to complete the project in the near future at the same high standard of professionalism as they have maintained since the start of the project. They aim to release the film by the 70th anniversary of the Nakba and in time for the 2018 film festival circuit.


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Liberal Zionists think the ’67 occupation is all about them

By Nada Elia

The commemoration of the Six-Day War that resulted in the fifty-year occupation is a solemn moment to reflect on the magnitude of the dispossession of the Palestinian people, the multitude of daily indignities of life under occupation, and the relentless violence of Israel’s military against a defenseless imprisoned people. But to some liberal Zionists, like Israeli historian Gershom Gorenberg, the focus only seems to be about how "the occupation" hurts Israel.


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How 1967 changed American Jews

By Philip Weiss

Memoirs by American Jews reveal that the 1967 war revolutionized Jewish life: even leftwingers like Joel Kovel were initially swept up in the fear for Israel and excitement over its victory, but those fears helped produce the most powerful force in American Jewish life since: the neoconservatives who, inflamed by memories of the Holocaust, vowed to support Israel in the face of an indifferent world.


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Interrogating the Qatar rift

By Richard Falk

The abrupt announcement that Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, UAE, Yemen, the Maldive Islands, and the eastern government in divided Libya have broken all economic and political ties with Qatar has given rise to a tsunami of conjecture, wild speculation, and most of all, to wishful thinking and doomsday worries. Richard Falk untangles the threads of the story so far what it could mean for U.S. foreign policy in the region.


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