AN ISRAELI JEW IN GAZA: A STATEMENT BY JEFF HALPER

Posted May 8, 2008, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

In another few days, I will sail on one of the Free Gaza movement boats from Cyprus to Gaza. The mission is to break the Israeli siege, an absolutely illegal siege which has plunged a million and a half Palestinians into wretched conditions: imprisoned in their own homes, exposed to extreme military violence, deprived of… Read more »

POWER TO THE (PALESTINIAN) PEOPLE!

Posted January 26, 2008, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

January 23, 2008 The people of Palestine have done it again, taking their own fate in their hands after being let down by their own “moderate” political leadership and, indeed, the entire international community in their struggle for freedom. Early this morning they simply blew up the wall separating Gaza from Egypt, breaking a siege… Read more »

Keeping on a Steady Course to Apartheid

Posted June 25, 2007, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

For all the attention and hysteria the latest events in Gaza have generated since the Hamas _takeover,_ for Israel they represent nothing but a minor blip in its inexorable drive towards its own unilateral _solution:_ apartheid. Israelas end-game, explicit and unruffled by the recent turmoil on the ground, is clear. It is laid out in… Read more »

Israeli Government Destroys Bedouin Crops

Posted March 20, 2007, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

Today, March 14th, Bedouin rain-fed food crops sown near the government-planned township of Lakiya in the Negev are being uprooted and overturned by Israel’s ‘Green Patrol.’ This is the second time this year that fields are overturned – just last month some 1600 *dunams were destroyed. Since BUSTAN and 8 other NGOs partnered with Adalah… Read more »

THE LIVNI-RICE PLAN: Towards a Just Peace or Apartheid?

Posted February 5, 2007, by & filed under Analysis, Articles.

For years I have been one of the doomsayers, arguing that the two-state solution is dead and that apartheid has become the only realistic political outcome of the Israel-Palestine conflict_ at least until a full-blown anti-apartheid struggle arises that fundamentally changes the equation. I based my assessment on several seemingly incontrovertible realities. Over the past… Read more »