Between 1946 and 2019 –including the requested funds for 2020– US aid to Israel has exceeded $142 billion.
True solidarity should aim at forcing Israel to end the protracted occupation and siege on the Palestinian people, and sailing the high seas if necessary.
While the PA is desperately hanging on to any reason to justify its continued existence, Netanyahu, with the full support of Washington, is moving forward in annexing the West Bank, thus making apartheid an official and undisputed reality.
The rights and well being of Afghani, Arab and Muslim women have sharply deteriorated as a result of US-western military interventions.
Israel's decision to bar two United States Democratic Representatives, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, from entering Israel and visiting Palestine has further exposed the belligerent, racist nature of the Israeli government. But our understanding of the Israeli decision, and the massive controversy and discussion it generated, should not stop there.
Bassam Shakaa, the former Mayor of Nablus, Palestine, passed away on July 22 at the age of 89. Shakaa struggled on behalf of all Palestinians, with profound affinity to pan-Arabism and constant awareness of the global class struggle.