The Jewish Agency Murders Jewish Refugees On 25 November 1940, Jews planted a bomb on the aging and rickety ship Patria, anchored in Haifa harbor, in a bid to prevent its departure. At the time, there were some 1,900 Jewish … Read more . . .
‘About the Soft and the Delicate’ By Amos Oz (published in the Israeli daily Davar, 17 Dec. 1982 (emphases added) "You can call me anything you like. Call me a monster or a murderer. Just note that I don’t … Read more . . .
ZIONIST MASSACRES IN 1948: New evidence The following article was published in the Hebrew daily Ha’ir on 6 May 1992. It contains new revelations about war crimes committed by the Zionist forces in 1948 against Palestinian Arabs. There are … Read more . . .
Zionism, Transfer and Massacre From the Introduction to: Israel – An Apartheid State, by Uri Davis, Zed Books, London and New Jersey, 1987 In political Zionism, two broad traditions emerge: Labour Zionism and Revisionist Zionism. Labour Zionism is attempt to … Read more . . .
Conquest of Labor (‘Kibbush ‘Avoda) Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts Doctrine (…) stressing the importance of Jewish labor as the basis for a Jewish society in Palestine. By the beginning of the 20th century, … Read more . . .
Israel and South Africa: Two Forms of Apartheid From Chapter I in: Israel – An Apartheid State, by Uri Davis, Zed Books, London and New Jersey, 1987 The Republic of South Africa is not the creation of the United Nations … Read more . . .
Memorandum on institutionalized racial discrimination by and in the State of Israel By Elias Davidsson – April 1991 (Revision July 1993) The International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination adopted by the General Assembly of the … Read more . . .
Apartheid Laws in Israel – The Art of The Obfuscatory Formulation Excerpts from an article by Uzi Ornan, published the Israeli daily Ha’aretz 17 May 1991 ( Hebrew ) It is impossible to turn one’s back on reality and deny … Read more . . .
The Establishment of the State of Israel as a Jewish State From Chapter I in: Israel – An Apartheid State, by Uri Davis, Zed Books, London and New Jersey, 1987 Is the state of Israel a sovereign, independent and democratic … Read more . . .
The Nature of the State of Israel From the Introduction to Israel – An Apartheid State, by Uri Davis, Zed Books, London and New Jersey, 1987 (This sub-chapter is entitled in the original: Israel and Palestinian Return) Israel was … Read more . . .
‘Black box’ from Pennsylvania crash found September 13, 2001 Posted: 6:00 PM EDT (2200 GMT) SHANKSVILLE, Pennsylvania (CNN) — Searchers Thursday found one of the so-called black boxes from United Airlines Flight 93, the hijacked airliner that crashed Tuesday … Read more . . .
Zionism documents The First Zionist Congress and the Basle Program The Balfour Declaration Declaration of the Establishment of the Jewish State in Palestine [informally called Israel’s Declaration of Independence] Partition Resolution by the UN General Assembly (Nr. 181(1947)) … Read more . . .
Israel-Diaspora Relations Reinventing World Jewry: How to Design the World Jewish Polity Daniel J. Elazar Perhaps the best way to approach the roles of the other players in the world Jewish polity is through their relations with JAFI. A … Read more . . .
JEWISH CRITICISM OF ZIONISM, by Edward C. Corrigan … Read more . . .
For an Indivisible and Free Palestine Elias Davidsson, Sept. 1988 Although I don’t live in Palestine since my young age, I cannot hide my passion for this tormented and bleeding country. Born in 1941 in Palestine to Jewish immigrants, who … Read more . . .
Anti-Zionism Entry in the Encyclopaedia of Zionism and Israel (ed. Patai), excerpts (…)Anti-Zionism is both an inner Jewish phenomenon and a non-Jewish trend directed against the Zionist idea in its various manifestations or against Zionism as a political movement, or … Read more . . .
Why do you violate G’d’s Order? It will not succeed Advertisement by Neturei Karta (1) in New York Times, May 18, 1993 There is much discussion in the media about peace and peace conferences. The Torah cannot be ignored because … Read more . . .
Erich Fried – A Courageous and Upright Jew and Great Poet Erich Fried – the most famous German-speaking poet in the modern world – was one of the first sponsors of the RETURN statement. He was a refugee from his … Read more . . .
The RETURN Statement Against the Israeli Law of Return – For the Palestinian Right to Return On 2 November 1917, the British Government issued the Balfour Declaration. This represented the first major victory for the Zionist project of transforming Palestine … Read more . . .
Editorial of the first issue of the RETURN magazine Published in March 1989, London. Editorial Collective: Ben Cashdan, Uri Davis, Merav Dvir, Tony Greenstein, Graham Murray, Roland Rance, Billie Raphaeli, Haim Scortariu RETURN was formed to promote a … Read more . . .