Columns

The Iraq war enraged and sensitised the British public about political deception, but far from being an aberration, ministers misleading the public is as British as afternoon tea

Mark Curtis

Israel provided military aid to brutal Latin American dictatorships in the 1980s. Guatemala was the first to follow the US embassy move. Honduras and Paraguay may soon be next

Maren Mantovani

Destroying Palestinian refugee camps, such as Syria’s Yarmouk, serves a larger goal of destroying people's attachment to their homeland

Abir Kopty

The willingness of the mainstream media to transmit Israeli propaganda as credible information beautifully underscores the degenerate nature of the 'news' industry

Belen Fernandez

The Bibi and Bolton duo is now back in business sowing hatred and conflict in the region

Marco Carnelos

We own neither an inch of our old land, nor a single olive tree - but hope persists that one day, my grandmother’s old house key can be used again

Dr Inas Abbad

Those who shout loudest about Labour Party anti-Semitism have nothing to say about Israel maiming and killing unarmed protesters in Gaza

Peter Oborne

It is 70 years since the Nakba, when 750,000 were expelled or forced to flee from their homes in Palestine by Jewish gangs

Katie Miranda

Israel has lit a powder keg of provocation and deliberately so

Richard Silverstein

Iraqi voters have shown they want to turn a new page, and Sadr is much better placed to win Sunni support than any of the alternatives

Jonathan Steele