” What people want is to be engaged – a sense that things matter, that nothing is immutable, that unemployment among the young and poverty among the old are both uncivilised and wrong. What terrifies the agents of power is the awakening of people: of public consciousness…”
Writing in the New Statesman, John Pilger calls on 40 years of reporting the Middle East to describe the ‘why’ of Israel’s bloody onslaught on the besieged people of Gaza – an attack that has little to do with Hamas or Israel’s right to exist.
Writing in the New Statesman, John Pilger calls on 40 years of reporting the Middle East to describe the ‘why’ of Israel’s …
Bush and Blair have spent four years preparing an onslaught that is about oil, rather than non-existent nuclear weapons
The most vulnerable people in Gaza are suffering the worst acute mental and physical trauma as a result of Israel’s actions: almost half the population is under 15.