موقع الدكتور صالح النعامي / دمرة , عائلة دمرة 16 ar-ar 15 موقع الدكتور صالح النعامي /style/img/logo.png Israeli soldiers confess /index.php/news/View?id=686 Thu, 16 Apr 2009 00:00:00 +0300 During Israel's latest aggression on the Gaza Strip, Palestinians widely reported the indiscriminate killing of civilians along with numerous war crimes and atrocities committed by the Israeli army. Now Israeli officers and soldiers are confirming the allegations and adding witness detail. Will the world finally listen and constitute a war crimes tribunal for Gaza and its victims? Israeli soldiers confess Revelations are emerging of war crimes committed in Gaza by Israel that makes Vista of endless ruin /index.php/news/View?id=684 Sun, 19 Apr 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Vista of endless ruin With Israel's guns temporarily silent, Gazans are seeing the full scale of destruction and death Israel visited upon them, writes Saleh Al-Naami Gently, two rescue workers pick up the debris, revealing a human body. They ask a third worker to come help them lift the body, now decomposed and liable to come apart. They walk a few steps before the corpse disintegrates. Each worker is now holding a piece of a cadaver. Other workers are still sifting through the rubble No hope left /index.php/news/View?id=680 Fri, 24 Apr 2009 00:00:00 +0300 No hope left The likely imminent failure of factional talks will leave the Palestinian national cause crippled and domestic rifts deepened, writes Saleh Al-Naami "I challenge Ismail Haniyeh or Mahmoud Abbas to be able to live under the circumstances I do for just three days. I'm certain that if they experienced my circumstances for just this short time, they would end the dialogue farce so as to put an end to this miserable reality," says journalist Mohamed Al-Jamal, whose house in the Will Abbas do it? /index.php/news/View?id=679 Sun, 10 May 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Will Abbas do it? Palestinian national dialogue hangs by a thread as leaders in Ramallah suggest that unilaterally they will form a new Palestinian government outside its framework, writes Saleh Al-Naami Despite numerous undertakings by Fatah leaders to hold "sooner rather than later" the movement's long-overdue Sixth Congress, sharp differences and disagreements among Fatah's competing camps continue to impede the convening of the conference. Last month, Hakam Balawi, secretary- Spy tactics /index.php/news/View?id=678 Sun, 10 May 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Spy tactics Israel's attempts to take advantage of the destitution it creates include bribing Palestinians to spy on Palestinians. Those who refuse starve or die, writes Saleh Al-Naami Khaled Abu Shamala, 38, was in a taxi heading to the crossing point of Erez that links Gaza to Israel. He was trying to phone his daughter, Fedaa, who was asleep when he left home, to tell her that he wouldn't forget to bring her a doll. He was on his way to have heart surgery in Jerusalem. When he Deaths and no dinner /index.php/news/View?id=673 Fri, 15 May 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Deaths and no dinner Electricity cuts in Gaza continue to kill and distort normal life, writes Saleh Al-Naami Fadiya Al-Zaher, 55, was supposed to return last Thursday to her house following routine kidney dialysis at Shuhada Al-Aqsa Hospital in the centre of the Gaza Strip. She used to go three times a week. Her son Amin, was with her when the power supply to the hospital was cut off and the backup generators, short of fuel, failed to kick in. Amin was running up and down the Double vision? /index.php/news/View?id=671 Fri, 22 May 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Double vision? Having clung to it for long, Palestinian officials are seeing the basis of the two-state solution evaporate before their eyes, writes Saleh Al-Naami Israel's National Security Council head Uzi Arad and his team laboured for three weeks to produce the positions that Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has proposed to US President Barack Obama. Arad, who was previously the head of Mossad's research division, is Netanyahu's closest aide. Since 1996 Netanyahu has Dialogue dies as well /index.php/news/View?id=663 Sun, 07 Jun 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Dialogue dies as well Ramallah's assassination of a Hamas commander in the West Bank may be the straw that breaks the back of Palestinian national reconciliation efforts, writes Saleh Al-Naami Israeli security chiefs still remember the angry reaction of former prime minister Ehud Olmert two years ago when the commander of the Israeli armed forces in the West Bank, Gad Shamani, told him that the efforts to assassinate Mohamed Al-Samman had ended in failure. Al-Samman was the West Bank Back to square one /index.php/news/View?id=658 Sat, 27 Jun 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Back to square one Israel's obsession with nuclear weapons reveals just how ephemeral the Zionist project is, discovers Saleh Al-Naami Head of Israel's Mossad Meir Dagan leant on a small staff in the company of his top aides as they waited in the room that opens into the Defence Ministry office of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for permission to enter. This scene used to repeat itself every Thursday at noon, but recently the meetings between Netanyahu and Dagan have intensified, Hopelessness takes hold /index.php/news/View?id=653 Mon, 13 Jul 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Hopelessness takes hold While insults across the Palestinian rift continue to be traded, ordinary Palestinians see the national cause suffer at a time otherwise ripe for international solidarity, writes Saleh Al-Naami Jamal Hussein, 39, couldn't find the words to console his wife when her hopes of leaving the Gaza Strip were dashed. They were supposed to travel to a hospital in Jordan for a procedure that would put an end to 15 years of suffering due to her inability to conceive. Empty words /index.php/news/View?id=650 Sat, 25 Jul 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Empty words Fatah and Hamas appear able to agree just one thing, that elections be postponed. Saleh Al-Naami examines the causes, and ramifications, of a dispute that serves to exacerbate the suffering of ordinary Palestinians Beneath the blazing sun Ahmed Al-Sheify continues to search the lists of names tacked to the wall of a school next to a police headquarters in the west of Gaza. They contain the names of everyone entitled to a $100 payment from the Ministry of Social Affairs of Playing for zero /index.php/news/View?id=645 Sat, 08 Aug 2009 00:00:00 +0300 Playing for zero Hamas appears as softening to the West, but its flexibility will mean nothing unless the West -- particularly the US -- can rein in Israel, writes Saleh Al-Naami Ahmed Youssef, under-secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Hamas government in Gaza and the former political advisor to Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, is continually receiving European delegations these days. Youssef, who spent most of his life in Washington as one of the directors of a research Fayyad's pseudo state /index.php/news/View?id=638 Tue, 08 Sep 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Fayyad's pseudo state The West's preferred Palestinian announces that he will build a state regardless of the outcome of peace talks. But what kind of state, asks Saleh Al-Naami During his usual weekly meeting with leaders of his government, Salam Fayyad, prime minister of the Palestinian caretaker government, urged his ministers to help him realise his promise to the Palestinians to build a Palestinian state within two years by building the institutions for a state. Fayyad previously Whistling in the wind /index.php/news/View?id=626 Sat, 17 Oct 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Whistling in the wind Saleh Al-Naami wonders if anyone is convinced by inter-Palestinian reconciliation The anger was clear on Ahmed El-Geshi's face as he listened to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas explaining on Palestinian TV why his government had postponed voting on the Goldstone Report. "I can't listen to these lies anymore," El-Geshi said, turning off his television. "We've been waiting for him to say something new, but it's the same old broken record. He refuses to take Out in the cold /index.php/news/View?id=616 Sat, 07 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Out in the cold Saleh Al-Naami details the harsh conditions that Gaza residents will endure this winter Awatef Al-Assar filled bags of sand to hold down the sides of the tent in a failed attempt to stabilise it. Her children still remember how hard she tried to hold on to the pole of the tent that was sheltering her and her family last winter as the winds blew hard to uproot it. Meanwhile, trying to help, her husband was shaking with cold and fear from the thunder outside. Rainwater Putting it to the test /index.php/news/View?id=613 Sat, 14 Nov 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Putting it to the test Palestinians mostly want Mahmoud Abbas to follow through on his "threat" to step down from office, Saleh Al-Naami finds out, though he is unlikely to Aides to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas went on the Arab media circuit to reverse the general impression that the president's announcement of his "inclination" to resign was merely a manoeuvre mainly aimed at pressuring the US administration to force Israel to freeze settlements. They also denied that it was a Building on extremism /index.php/news/View?id=605 Mon, 14 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Building on extremism While there is an ideological shift in Israeli society towards the right, it is not the only reason why Jewish settlements are quickly being inhabited. Saleh El-Naami investigates One month ago, Shamon Kara, who lives in the Hatikva Quarter in south Tel Aviv, sold his apartment quickly and left. His relatives told neighbours that he has relocated to the settlement of Beit Ebel, one of the Jewish settlements in northeast Ramallah in the middle of the West Bank. Total racism, total war /index.php/news/View?id=602 Sat, 26 Dec 2009 00:00:00 +0200 Total racism, total war On the first anniversary of Israel's war on Gaza, shocking revelations are appearing on the methods and reasoning behind the war, writes Saleh Al-Naami Mahmoud Hussein tries to hold back his tears as he looks at his 30-year-old brother Ahmed who suffers from colon cancer. The family is impatiently waiting for the Gaza border to open so Ahmed can travel abroad for treatment, since in light of the Israeli imposed siege, medical facilities in Gaza cannot treat his Come the iron wall /index.php/news/View?id=597 Fri, 08 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Come the iron wall Saleh Al-Naami finds that everyday commodities are what form the contraband passing through secret tunnels between Egypt and Gaza Maged Ibrahim hurried to his sister's house metres away from his own to fetch empty plastic containers. This university professor was out of time. As soon as his nephew, Adham, gave him three containers, Ibrahim sped away in his car to the nearest fuelling station to fill up on gasoline, in order to ensure a minimal supply for his car in Many strings attached /index.php/news/View?id=595 Sat, 16 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Many strings attached The majority of Palestinians believe that restarting talks with Israel at present would be detrimental to their future, Saleh Al-Naami reports While Ismail Haniyeh's government and Hamas leaders in Gaza were recently busy receiving humanitarian aid caravans, as well as foreign and Arab supporters, their level of anxiety about a possible re-launch of negotiations between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Israel was obvious. Hamas leaders assert that restarting Reconciliation in limbo /index.php/news/View?id=592 Tue, 26 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Reconciliation in limbo Saleh Al-Naami finds out that Hamas and Fatah are still deeply at odds On Sunday afternoon, Al-Amal district, west of Khan Younis in southern Gaza, was rife with commotion. It was rumoured that Fatah representative Mohamed Dahlan, who lives in the West Bank town of Ramallah, would soon be in town to take part in the funeral of his mother, who had passed away earlier that day. The Hamas government of Ismail Haniyeh said it would allow Dahlan to enter the Gaza Date of no significance /index.php/news/View?id=589 Sun, 31 Jan 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Date of no significance An expired parliament and presidency make no difference to inter-Palestinian discourse, writes Saleh Al-Naami Salah Al-Bardawil, spokesman for the Hamas bloc in parliament, spent Sunday afternoon in his office at Palestine Towers preparing for the address he gave the next day in front of parliament, at its wrecked headquarters in Gaza City. Al-Bardawil believes that Monday's session was especially significant because it took place on the same day the Several birds, one stone /index.php/news/View?id=588 Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Several birds, one stone Israel's assassination of a top Hamas official is clearly aimed at forcing the resistance group into a military response, writes Saleh Al-Naami The ageing father of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh, who was assassinated in Dubai two weeks ago, did not believe that his son died of a heart attack. "They killed him," he repeatedly stated. In the beginning, the rest of Al-Mabhouh's family and Hamas leaders believed that he had died as a result of a stroke, as Leap of faith /index.php/news/View?id=586 Sat, 13 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Leap of faith Reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah is still a world away, writes Saleh Al-Naami Laughter echoed in the spacious reception hall. It had been more than 20 minutes that the two men had been exchanging jokes, which were well received by everyone present, delighted with the cordiality of the meeting. This was the prelude before Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh and Nabil Shaath, member of Fatah's Central Committee, began serious discussions regarding dialogue and Settlements become cities /index.php/news/View?id=584 Fri, 19 Feb 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Settlements become cities Rather than meeting the Palestinian negotiating demand for a freeze on settlements, Israel is grabbing yet more land for Jewish-only urban expansion, writes Saleh Al-Naami From his balcony, Gamal Hussein, 30, surveys the horizon and is filled with anguish and gloom. Hussein has lost his farmland in the mountains that stretch west of his village Shaqba, west of Ramallah in the centre of the West Bank. The Israeli army confiscated his farm as part of a land grab Resistance and discord /index.php/news/View?id=581 Fri, 05 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Resistance and discord When everyone knows that Israel's occupation cannot be ended when Palestinians are disunited, why does division continue, asks Saleh Al-Naami The anger was very clear on the old man's face as he marched in a demonstration in Gaza to protest against the Israeli government's decision to annex several historic and religious Palestinian sites in the West Bank. But Haj Ammar, 82, was directing his anger at Fatah and Hamas whom he holds responsible for Israel's Dead-end decisions /index.php/news/View?id=579 Fri, 12 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Dead-end decisions Restarting indirect talks between the PA and Israelis is an attempt to manage the crisis rather than resolve it, writes Saleh Al-Naami   Jaber Abdullah, 48, was visibly distressed after the last glimmer of hope that he would be able to reclaim his land in Al-Khudr village in Bethlehem evaporated. The Israeli army confiscated Abdullah’s land a few months ago for “security reasons”. What those security reasons actually were emerged on Monday when Binyamin Adapting to calamity /index.php/news/View?id=576 Sat, 20 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Adapting to calamity Israel’s siege has destroyed Gaza’s economy, and there is no end in sight,writes Saleh Al-Naami   Hadeel, 21, hesitated several times but she had no choice except to call her uncle, Eid, to ask him to turn on his power generator so she can continue studying at his house for her term exams. For Hadeel, a third-year university student who lives in the Berket Al-Wez district in the centre of Gaza, there were no other options if she wanted to pass this important Still polarised /index.php/news/View?id=575 Fri, 26 Mar 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Still polarised While Arab leaders push for Palestinian unity ahead of the Arab summit, developments on the ground continue to scupper their efforts, writes Saleh Al-Naami It's not easy these days to be in charge of border crossings in Gaza. The closure of the Rafah border crossing, Gaza's sole gateway to the outside world, with sporadic passage every two months or so, forces the head of the crossing to spend hours meeting with people for whom travel is vital for humanitarian reasons Reassessing resistance /index.php/news/View?id=571 Sat, 10 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Reassessing resistance By force of arms or by force of morals? Palestinians are looking again at the meaning and tactics of resistance, writes Saleh Al-Naami The Palestinian reporters who went last week to cover the student march against settlement activities on the outskirts of Bethlehem did not expect the police forces of Salam Fayyad's government to be the ones confronting them, assaulting them and preventing them from covering the march. Meanwhile, occupation forces stood by and Pitch black under siege /index.php/news/View?id=569 Fri, 16 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Pitch black under siege The siege of Gaza continues to destroy lives as the struggle to end it continues, says Saleh Al-Naami Dr Moawya Hassanein, head of Emergency Medicine at the Palestinian Ministry of Health, warns that the lives of thousands of patients with kidney failure who require dialysis three times a week are at risk because of power failures. "There is little we can do at hospitals for patients with heart disease, cancer, in the ICU or premature babies," Hassanein Society must be defended /index.php/news/View?id=568 Fri, 23 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Society must be defended Unpopular with some human rights organisations, the execution of Israeli collaborators in Gaza highlights how deep Israel's intelligence war goes, writes Saleh Al-Naami For six years, the killing of Amr Abu Setta, one of the leaders of a Palestinian resistance group in southern Gaza, remained a mystery. While there were many tales about how he died, there was consensus that Israeli intelligence was in one way or another behind his murder. The Israeli army Playing peace to target Iran /index.php/news/View?id=567 Fri, 30 Apr 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Despite the impression that some in the government are eager to convey, Israel is deeply divided over the prospect of any strike against Iran, writes Saleh Al-Naami Although many Israeli commentators have tried to explain Minister of Defence Ehud Barak's decision not to reappoint General Gabi Ashkenazi as chief of staff of the country's armed forces for a fifth year as a result of a personality conflict, others well connected to decision-making circles in Tel Aviv say that the decision Meddling in Africa /index.php/news/View?id=565 Fri, 07 May 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Meddling in Africa Israel is forging ever-closer ties in the Arab hinterland in Africa, virtually unopposed, writes Saleh Al-Naami All signs indicate that Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman remains keen on implementing his ministry's strategic priorities as set out from his first day in office, including pouncing on Africa. Lieberman's interest in Africa revives former prime minister Golda Meir's outlook in the 1950s and 1960s. She visited most non-Arab states on the continent. Taxing times /index.php/news/View?id=563 Sat, 15 May 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Taxing times Spurred on by Israel's three-year-long draconian siege, Gaza is now in the grips of a vicious liquidity crisis, writes Saleh Al-Naami Ghassan Ibrahim, 45, a teacher, was visibly desperate after some hours of scouring the stores for a pack of cigarettes. The price had suddenly shot up following the Ismail Haniyeh government's decision to levy a tax of three shekels per pack. "Regardless of the government's justifications, the decision to raise the price of cigarettes is Zero sum game /index.php/news/View?id=561 Sat, 22 May 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Zero sum game Fatah and Hamas remain locked in contention, unable to resolve their differences and unable to move forward, writes Saleh Al-Naami At noon on 13 May the sounds of laughter and joviality could be clearly heard all the way at the end of the corridor leading to the large meeting room on the fifth floor at one of the major ministries in Gaza City. A number of leaders from Fatah and Hamas were sitting around a table to focus on finding formulas to bring their points of view Awaiting a miracle /index.php/news/View?id=559 Sun, 30 May 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Awaiting a miracle The Palestinian political rift remains un-bridged, with the people suffering the consequences of their leaders' failures, writes Saleh Al-Naami Recently, Hamas submitted several requests to the Egyptian authorities to allow a number of its leaders to leave Gaza via the Rafah border crossing. Cairo's response was to ignore Hamas, one source in the group told Al-Ahram Weekly. According to him, Hamas asked permission for Mahmoud Al-Zahhar and Khalil Al-Hayya, members of Gaza's humanitarian catastrophe /index.php/news/View?id=557 Sat, 19 Jun 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Gaza's humanitarian catastrophe While Israel says there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza, in reality there is a catastrophe, writes Saleh Al-Naami Click to view caption Freedom Flotilla Passengers exchanged satirical remarks when they heard the news in the taxi they were riding Sunday morning; that the Israeli government decided for the first time since imposing a blockade on Gaza to allow the passage of new items. These include mayonnaise, ketchup, shoelaces, Empty threats, lost hopes /index.php/news/View?id=553 Sat, 10 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Empty threats, lost hopes With reconciliation efforts stalled and being linked to negotiations with Israel, ordinary Palestinians are sinking deeper into despair, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Click to view caption Tourists from Uruguay, left, hold up signs as they briefly join a protest against the meeting between US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu outside of the Abbas must wait /index.php/news/View?id=550 Sat, 17 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Abbas must wait In rolling over before Netanyahu in Washington, Barack Obama has proven that he cares more about US mid-term elections than Israeli-Palestinian peace, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Laughter filled the large hall next to the home of Rabbi Ovadiah Yossef, the spiritual leader of the Israeli Shas Party, during his weekly sermon when he was discussing US concerns over settlement construction Double trouble /index.php/news/View?id=546 Fri, 23 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Double trouble Two new political initiatives emerge from the Israeli right: both aim to destroy the Palestinian cause and prospects of a Palestinian state, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   "You will hit several birds with one stone," asserted Tzachi Hanegbi, chairman of the Knesset's Foreign Relations and Security Committee, when discussing the plan by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman to detach Israel No internal matter /index.php/news/View?id=544 Sat, 31 Jul 2010 00:00:00 +0300 No internal matter Inter-Palestinian reconciliation might be possible were it not for the meddling of foreign powers, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Unlike what drivers are used to on Saturdays and Tuesdays, traffic these days is flowing smoothly on Salaheddin Street (the location of a used car market) south of Al-Zaitoun district in southern Gaza City. In the past, used cars on sale on these two days Backed to the wall /index.php/news/View?id=542 Fri, 06 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0300 Backed to the wall The incompatibility of governing and staging resistance is coming increasingly to the fore in Gaza, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Saad Zameel, 24, lost count of the avalanche of phone calls and messages he received over the past three days congratulating him on cheating certain death. The family, friends and colleagues of this young man, an officer in the security force affiliated to Ramadan on zero /index.php/news/View?id=538 Fri, 13 Aug 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Ramadan on zero While some extra goods are now available to people in Gaza, few have the money to buy them, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Click to view caption One of Gaza markets filled with Ramadan goods --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Mohamed Nassar, 49, was astounded and at a loss as he walked through Al-Zawya market in the heart of Gaza Losing the Al-Aqsa Intifada /index.php/news/View?id=527 Thu, 07 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Losing the Al-Aqsa Intifada The Palestinian factions have not always paid sufficient attention to the lessons of the Al-Aqsa Intifada. Could strategic failings be to blame, asks Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Hassan Al-Rabie, 32, manoeuvred his wheelchair from his home in the Al-Zeitoun district of Gaza City last Thursday to the headquarters of a local charity in order to collect monthly benefits for his Israel losing its appeal for Jews /index.php/news/View?id=526 Thu, 07 Oct 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Israel losing its appeal for Jews Signs are strong that Israel could collapse from within as support amongst the Jewish Diaspora wanes dramatically, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Dov Weisglass, an Israeli lawyer who was bureau chief to former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon, admits that he is losing sleep over deteriorating relations between Israel and the world.   Weisglass, who was One step forward, ten back /index.php/news/View?id=516 Thu, 11 Nov 2010 00:00:00 +0200 One step forward, ten back Hopes appear to dim of inter-Palestinian reconciliation as a war of words erupts between Hamas and Fatah. When will it end, asks Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Majed Ibrahim, 44, had just gone back to sleep after praying at the local mosque at dawn in central Gaza when his mobile phone rang. It was his brother, Ghassan, telling him he was wrong to be so optimistic the night before Embracing the enemy's enemy /index.php/news/View?id=512 Sat, 04 Dec 2010 00:00:00 +0200 Embracing the enemy's enemy Israel is reconfiguring its strategic relations, in particular reaching out to historic foes of Turkey as Ankara turns its back on Tel Aviv, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   Many Israelis were surprised that newspapers in Bulgaria published photos at the beginning of this month showing Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov with Mossad Chief Meir Dagan in the premier's office in this not racism? /index.php/news/View?id=509 Fri, 17 Dec 2010 00:00:00 +0200 this not racism? Despite relentless evidence that Israeli society is racist to the core, the world outside keeps silent, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Click to view caption From left: Supporters mark the 23rd anniversary of Hamas and the 43rd anniversary of the leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine Israel's historic loss /index.php/news/View?id=487 Fri, 04 Mar 2011 00:00:00 +0200 Israel's historic loss The Arab revolutions spreading across the region are a death knell to Israel, Israeli analysts agree, writes Saleh Al-Naami   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------  Click to view caption Palestinians inspect a house damaged following an Israeli airstrike in the Bureij refugee camp, Gaza --------------------------------------------------------------------------------   With great secrecy, Isaac Molho --