Crikey June 6, 2017 14 Comments
Palestinians remain under an Israeli regime of house demolitions, ever-expanding illegal settlements and strict controls over daily life, writes freelance journalist Antony Loewenstein.
Crikey July 31, 2012 1 Comment
The threat of a war with Israel coincides with a failure by Syrian rebels to make serious gains on the ground. Australian journalist Antoun Issa reports from Beirut.
Guy Rundle February 15, 2011 10 Comments
It's clear that no event will convince the Right that they need to look clearly at the world, without projecting their fantasies onto it.
Antony Loewenstein February 8, 2011 15 Comments
Truly free speech in the Arab world threatens Israel because a wide diversity of views will be more loudly heard and necessarily incorporated into the political mainstream, writes Antony Loewenstein.
Greg Barns October 20, 2010 2 Comments
According to a recent decision of the Refugee Review Tribunal, the systemic discrimination cited by an Arab Israeli does not necessarily amount to persecution.
Crikey August 30, 2010
Despite the presence of guns, Tel Aviv feels peaceful, like most cosmopolitan cities although some reminders of danger exist -- bags are searched before entering shopping centres and train stations, writes Ben Iaquinto.
Crikey April 8, 2010
Washington Post columnist David Ignatius claims Obama is "seriously considering" proposing a peace plan for the Middle East. Ditto the NYT. As Politico says: it may be BS, but it's clearly what the White House wants Netanyahu to think.