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How Israel is galloping blindfolded into its next war on Gaza
John Pilger: US fascism and a new holocaust beckon if we remain silent
UK doctors shocked by Israeli barbarism in Gaza that kills and dismembers children
Afterburn of the battlefield: ex-soldier Ben Griffin's mission to reveal true face of war
How to respond to the horrors wrought by modern conflict is a question that former SAS trooper, Ben Griffin, has been grappling with ever since he left the military.
Partners in terrorism: United States, Islamic State and the Charlie Hebdo killers
The partners in terror are rallying, capitalizing on isolated acts of evil to expand their power, relying on a simplistic media to keep “us’ carefully separated from “them.”
Audacity and hypocrisy: rules of the political game played around Charlie Hebdo
Scapegoating an entire religion and making the enemy visible and attackable saves a lot of time on thinking reasonably about the real underlying grievances.
No money for hospitals as huge sums wasted on weapons of mass destruction
Britain's world-leading national heath service is starved of cash, says CND's Kate Hudson, because the government would rather fund useless nuclear weapons.
It's official: UK arms sales to tyrants take priority over human rights and torture
The British government's declared concern about the lack of human rights in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain extends no further than the next contract for tanks and grenades.
The life and work of infectious activist and inspiring writer Mike Marqusee
Jeremy Corbyn MP remembers his friend Mike Marqusee, prolific writer and tireless activist who couldn’t stomach Tony Blair and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Let Paris be a warning: the terrorists are here because we are there
The attacks in France are a blowback from intervention in the Muslim world, says Seumas Milne. What happens there happens here too
How the media failed spectacularly in its reporting of the Charlie Hebdo massacre
Leave out the “why” an event happened, then assumptions and stereotypes fill in the blank, always readily supplied by politicians and unquestioned by the media.
Climate of fear across Europe as Muslims face Charlie Hebdo backlash
Dozens of attacks have taken place, stoked by rhetoric equating the millions of peaceful Muslims with the Charlie Hebdo murderers.
Je suis Mike Marqusee by Talha Ahsan
Mike Marqusee, journalist, poet and campaigner, did more for me in the space of a year and a half than many who had known me all my life, says Talha Ahsan.
BBC's Panorama programme plumbs new depths in its attack on Muslims
Not for the first time, the BBC's Panorama has been an outrider for the Islamophobia that is now so ingrained in the British establishment.
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