Did Hamas Carry Out Mass Rapes On October 7?

A number of Israeli rape claims, including one coming from an alleged member of Israel’s unit 669, feature significant inconsistencies. Meanwhile, the main source for a BBC report on October 7 mass rapes was none other than May Golan, infamous for leading an anti-black rally in Tel Aviv, screaming, “I am proud to be a racist.”
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The View from Washington: Let the Killing in Gaza Continue

Bloodletting as form; murder as fashion.  The ongoing campaign in Gaza by Israel’s Defence Forces continues without stalling and restriction.  But the burgeoning number of corpses is starting to become a challenge for the propaganda outlets:  How to justify it?  Fortunately for Israel, the United States, its unqualified defender, is happy to provide cover for […]

Israeli Government’s War Crimes

The humiliation of the U.S. government, which is actively complicit in providing the weaponry, funding, and UN vetoes backing the Israeli government’s attack on the civilian Palestinians/Arabs in tiny Gaza, is in plain view daily. All in the name of the unasked American people and taxpayers. Earlier this week, at a House of Representatives’ hearing, […]
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Panic-stricken Israel Lobby Shifts into Overdrive

At Westminster the other day the UK Secretary of State for Defence (Grant Shapps) made a statement on military deployments to the Middle East which included questions and answers about the situation in Gaza. It was an opportunity for Shapps with help of pro-Zionist MPs to distort the facts to ‘justify’ Israel’s appalling crimes. The […]
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Biden backs Israel’s policy to eliminate all Gazans.

Eric Zuesse (blogs at On December 8th, Reuters headlined “Israel sharply ramps up Gaza strikes, U.S. alarmed”, and reported that America’s Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, said that “there does remain a gap between … the intent to protect civilians and the actual results that we’re seeing on the ground” in Gaza. The Reuters […]

‘If I must die, let it be a tale’: a tribute to Refaat Alareer

“I am going to use that marker to throw it at the Israeli soldiers, even if that is the last thing that I do,” Refaat Alareer vowed in one of his final interviews. My friend Refaat Alareer was murdered by Israeli invaders in Shujaiya, east of Gaza City, on December 6. He is now among the more than 16,000 civilians killed by Israel in the besieged enclave since October 7. Our correspondence continued off-and-on for the past nine years. In […]

Genocide: The Gaze from the Abyss

Left-progressive websites don’t always get it right. Take Media Lens, for example. In October, we discussed the corporate media invention of so-called ‘disinformation experts’. We lampooned the claim that although journalists are ‘working within profit-maximising, billionaire-owned, advertiser-dependent, government-subsidised media, they are nevertheless exposing “disinformation” without the slightest trace of bias’. Last May, the BBC unveiled […]

I documented two Israeli wars on Gaza. This current one is the worst

December 2, 2023, -by Eva K Bartlett *Blog version slightly longer than originally published.* After seven weeks of relentless Israeli bombing throughout Gaza, according to the modest estimates of the UN as of November 23 (right before a humanitarian ceasefire came into effect), more than 14,800 people have been killed in the enclave, including about 6,000… Read More I documented two Israeli wars on Gaza. This current one is the worst