The draft law, which passed the first of three votes on Monday, would allow the expulsion of Arab MKs from the Knesset. It is one of several recent steps by the Netanyahu government to limit…
Palestinian workers say they support BDS, even if it costs jobs in the short term.
Trump campaign manager charged with battery over incident at a rally earlier this month involving former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields
A global bribery scheme that implicates leading Western multinationals and government officials has been exposed by the leak of confidential files in the oil industry.
Source: The Bribe Factory
Snap out of it Australia. Despite our wealth, health and good weather an international survey has revealed consumers here are among the gloomiest in Asia. And it’s been that way for most of this decade.
“Australia is frozen in time,” is the view of one of the nation’s top mathematicians, Nalini Joshi.
Peta Credlin’s wish to be able to use her own voice is about to come true with one of the most talked about figures of the Abbott set to join Sky television as an election commentator.
Dumped Prime Minister Tony Abbott has announced he will be touring marginal seats during the election campaign. David Tyler is delighted.
Wednesday March 30 2016. Leaders rarely go with good grace. Almost always they feel they have been hard done by. Tony Abbott has joined a long list who stubbornly cling to the past in the hope that they might reinvent a future. Abbott was never a popular leader. He fell into the Prime Minister’s job…
New video shows settler leader congratulating Hebron executioner after killing.
Both the Israeli Right and Left need ‘rotten apples’ like the Hebron shooter in order to justify their Orwellian worldview. I waited and waited. Abed Fatah al-Sharif is his name. Not “the Palestinian” or “the…
Exclusive: Man’s last-minute plea to immigration minister Peter Dutton to consider Afghanistan’s worsening security situation has been rejected
In Afghanistan, more and more Hazara are preparing to flee the Taliban, just as Australia has started returning Hazara asylum seekers for the first time since 2001
‘Maybe the reason we are punishing the homeless for begging us to help isn’t because we object to taking some coins out of our pocket. Maybe our real objection is the guilt we are forced to carry away with us when their poverty is rubbed in our face.’
Aerial surveys show that 95 per cent of all northern reefs are suffering from severe coral bleaching.
Outgoing managing director rejects criticism the ABC has become too big or that it poses a financial threat to commercial media organisations
Tuesday 29 March. 1 After a short break it’s a bit difficult to know where to start, Oh well, let’s start with Bolt. After 5 years of poor ratings with ‘The Bolt Report’ on 10 it seems he is looking to the sky with a nightly program. Ten apparently refused to continue funding his ratings…
Howard government minister Peter Reith has told Tony Abbott to “keep his head down” and warned he would endanger his reputation in the Liberal Party if he kept undermining Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
Will we spend as much time analysing the terrorist attack in Pakistan as we have those in Europe? To even ask this seems to be viewed as a political act in a culture war that does nothing to make us safe.
Taliban faction Jamaat-ul-Ahrar has claimed responsibility for Sunday’s suicide blast outside a public park in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore that killed at least 65 people and injured more than 280. Most of the injured are women and children.
Reports that Syrian government forces have retaken the city of Palmyra from ISIS forces prove that the terrorist group is incapable of withstanding a conventional assault, Gregory R Copley, strategic analyst and editor of Defense & Foreign Affairs told RT.
As the spectre of Islamist terror continues to dominate our news feeds, it seems that the western world is in the grip of a great paranoia. But as a wise person once said, just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean everybody isn’t out to get you. The current spate of reported terror attacks and suicide bombings…
For many young radicals, Jihad is a path to justice and becoming a ‘super hero’. Michael Brull explains. When it comes to the acts of individual jihadis recruited by ISIS to blow up people in the West, there is much that is beyond our understanding. Human beings are extremely complex. A common reaction to aMore
Did Trump plant the Enquirer’s sleazy Cruz story? Who knows? It served his cruel, clownish genius either way
Dr Evan Jones continues his six-part analysis on the series of parliamentary inquiries into systemic bank corruption as the victims of fraudulent foreclosures continue to wait for justice.
Last week began well for security forces. But then came the bombings. And then the realisation intelligence had failed to contain a group more durable than anyone expected
Bernie Sanders is the far-and-away reader favorite in the readers’ poll in the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people in 2016.
Bernie Sanders secures a big victory in Hawaii’s Democratic nominating contest after winning in Alaska and Washington.
Even for Abbott, the piece includes some extraordinary comments, claims, and justifications, writes Max Chalmers. From the charmingly deluded to the obstinately anti-humane, there’s plenty of interest in Tony Abbott’s latest attempt to revive his already dead, buried, and cremated legacy. Coming in at over 3,700 words, Abbott has outlined his proudest achievements in aMore
Is Tony Abbott safeguarding his legacy, defending conservative principle, or swinging a wrecking ball through the Turnbull government? Whatever the reason, the result might be the same.
The UK has covertly deployed special forces in Libya, Israel is turning a blind eye to Al-Nusra, and Turkey wants radical Islamists to prevail in the Middle East and go to Europe, are the shocking insights King Abdullah of Jordan confidentially shared with US lawmakers.
Special Correspondent | Niqash.org | – – An increase in air strikes on Mosul is causing more civilian casualties. Ordinary …
Scenes like that of soldier firing at head of immobilized Palestinian happen on a regular basis.
A ludicrous tweet about Muslims exposes ignorant thinking, but also provoked some delicious responses.
The conviction of Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic shows that no one is above the law, says the UN Commissioner for Human Rights, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al-Hussein.
Jason Ditz at ANTIWAR Even as Pentagon officials have sought to emphasize their claims of ISIS being “on the run,” ever more US ground troops are being deployed into Iraq to try to cope with ISIS offensives, with the battle of Makhmur leading to the introduction …
What is privacy and what is an individual’s right to it?That is the question that renowned linguist and MIT professor Noam Chomsky, National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, and Intercept co-founding editor Glenn Greenwald sought to answer on Friday evening as the three (virtually) shared a stage for a panel discussion at the University of Arizona in Tuscon.
It looks like there are two Liberal parties, and they don’t much like each other.
Understanding the challenge as a transnational ideological movement rather than focusing on each individual terrorist event can help us better respond to the threat.
Here’s what we know about the attackers behind the bomb attacks at Brussels Airport and the Malbeek metro station.
Iraq’s armed forces launch what is expected to be a long and difficult offensive to retake Mosul.
Some people will defend any violent demagoguery as long it comes from the mouths of Israeli leaders.
When TransCanada announced at the start of the year that it that it was demanding compensation under North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) rules for the Obama administration’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, many observers saw it as a sign of things to come.