Tag Archives: Gaza conflict

Neocon Iraq War Architects Want a Redo in Gaza

Post-conflict plan would put Western mercenaries and Israel military into the mix, with handpicked countries in charge of a governing ‘Trust’

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History Shows Israel May Never Win a ‘War of Occupation’

Fighting well organized guerrilla fighters amid a hostile civilian population is a recipe for defeat.

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Costs of an Unequal War

What is new about the Israel-Gaza conflict is that Israel seems to be losing much popular support internationally. The paradox is stark and unavoidable — for every operation that Israel launches on Gaza and the Palestinian people, the Palestinian resistance becomes stronger and more determined.

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How Many Nakbas?

Without an understanding of what is taking place in Palestine, we cannot put an end to this horror. Today, the Gaza strip is one part of an apartheid system stretching from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea, a de facto one state controlled by Israel, within which Jews and Palestinians are granted or denied different sets of rights and privileges.

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How Will Gaza Conflict End?

There are a number of ways in which the crisis could be ended, ranging from a short-term ceasefire to a more complete truce. The general consensus from analysts is that neither side was currently willing to make a long-term pact and the most likely outcome is a ceasing of violence without tackling the underlying causes of the conflict.

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