ISRAEL’S parliament has voted to bar boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaigners from entering the country, national media has reported.
The Haaretz newspaper reported on Monday night that the Knesset had approved legislation banning anyone “who knowingly issues a...
Wednesday 8th Mar 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
AS PEOPLE around the world mark Israeli Apartheid Week, MP Miki Zohar of Israel’s ruling party said the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is “dead” — and that Israel must impose apartheid on the Palestinian people.
Following Mr Zohar’s...
Tuesday 7th Mar 2017
Caribbean-Latin American bloc warns of confrontations to come
Christian minority says it’s being forced out
Saturday 4th Mar 2017
But RHI falling out means Westminster direct rule looms large
Isis death cult forced to retreat from ancient city
Friday 3rd Mar 2017
NORTHERN IRELAND went to the polls yesterday in a snap election after the power-sharing executive collapsed over a white-elephant green initiative.
Party leaders cast their votes in their constituencies in the election for a new Legislative Assembly at Stormont.
The prospect of...
FOUR Danish youths faced charges yesterday after clashes at a protest marking 10 years since the demolition of the famous Copenhagen Youth House.
Nine protesters were arrested, including two minors, after they clashed with riot police on Wednesday night in the Norrebro district. Police...
Security council rejects Franco-British motion
Thursday 2nd Mar 2017
THE United States demanded yesterday that the UN human rights council end its criticism of Israel and turn its fire on Washington’s targets instead.
Addressing the body at its seat in Geneva, US envoy Erin Barclay claimed: “The obsession with Israel … is the largest...