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November 9, 2014

Amid new unrest at the Temple Mount, Israeli Housing Minister Uri Ariel alarmingly said that Israel will eventually replace al-Aqsa Mosque with a Jewish temple.

Israeli Housing Minister Uri Ariel (of the religious HaBayit HaYehudi or Jewish Home party) alarmingly said Nov. 4 that Israel will eventually replace al-Aqsa Mosque with a Jewish temple.

January 14, 2014

As Ariel Sharon was buried under the protection of Israel's Iron Dome missile shield, joyful celebrations broke out at Lebanon's Sabra and Shatila refugee camps.

After lying in state at the Knesset, where Israelis lined up to pay tribute, Ariel Sharon was buried Jan. 13 on his family's ranch in the Negev desert. The Israeli military deployed the Iron Dome missile shield, lest Gaza-based militants tried to target the burial with rockets.

July 13, 2013

Thousands marched in Tel Aviv, blocking traffic on the city's main thoroughfares, for a rally marking the two-year anniversary of Israel's mass movement against inequality.

More than 3,000 marched in Tel Aviv July 13 for a rally marking the two-year anniversary of the mass movement against inequality which saw major demonstrations in the summer of 2011. Protesters marched from Habima Square to Kaplan Street, the heart of Israel's administrative

August 11, 2012

A Tel Aviv councilor's speech, in which he proposed adding Arabic to the city's logo, disappeared from a video recording posted on city hall's official YouTube channel.

We've warned before that if Israel continues on its accelerating trajectory deeper into Jewish chauvinism and monocultural supremacy, it may have to forfeit its long-touted claim to the title of the "Middle East's only democracy." (Especially given that Israel is ironically fast becoming a more closed society simultaneous with the

January 21, 2012

The Zionist propaganda machine is having a field day with the latest call from the Mufti of Jerusalem to "fight the Jews"—as Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman continues to call for "transfer."

The Zionist propaganda machine (e.g. Palestinian Media Watch

November 3, 2011

The Israeli government said it will move ahead with "sensitive housing projects" in East Jerusalem and the West Bank as a rebuttal to UNESCO's decision to grant Palestine full-member status. The US meanwhile cut funds to UNESCO.

The Israeli government immediately said it would move ahead with "sensitive housing projects" as a rebuttal to UNESCO's Oct. 31 decision to grant Palestine full-member status. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a forum of eight senior ministers formally decided the next day to initiate a new wave of settlement construction on the West Bank.

July 31, 2011

Some 150,000 took to the streets in cities across Israel—the biggest protests the country has seen in decades, to demand action on rising rents and the high cost of living. But right-wing politicians seek to scapegoat African immigrants for the crisis.

Some 150,000 protesters took to the streets in cities across Israel on the night of July 30—the biggest demonstrations the country has seen in decades—to demand action on rising rents, low salaries, and the high cost of living.

July 16, 2011

Hundreds of young Israelis are now living in tents on Rothschild avenue across from the National Theater to protest unaffordable rents in Tel Aviv. 

The Israeli government is under heat now also from citizens who are normally indifferent to its immoral conduct.

July 8, 2011

Israel's Civil Administration on the West Bank declared 189 dunams of land belonging to the Palestinian village of Karyut to be state land, to retroactively "legalize" a settlement outpost.

For the first time in three years, the Israeli state confiscated uncultivated land in the West Bank last week, to "legalize" a nearby settlement outpost.

July 5, 2011

MK Ben-Ari shamelessly pays African asylum seekers to swim in a Tel Aviv pool in order to "prove" that liberal Tel Avivians are only liberals until they have to swim next to Africans.

The racist MK Michael Ben-Ari (no relation with author) and Kahanist resident of the Jewish settlement in Hebron, Itamar Ben Gvir, have reched a new low.

July 3, 2011

Israeli police limited access to al-Aqsa Mosque in a precautionary measure after clashes in Jerusalem. Meanwhile haredi Jews clashed with police over the arrest of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef on suspicion of inciting violence.

Israeli police on July 1 limited access to Jerusalem's al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock for Friday prayers in a precautionary measure a day after clashes in the Old City.

February 18, 2011

A few years ago it was only voices such as Scott Ritter and the ever-dependable Counterpunch that employed right-wing nationalist rhetoric about how the United States has surrendered its sovereignty to Israel, complete with sentimental