Archives for 1月 2024



A Hebrew poster for the film "Borat" in Tel Aviv. Photo | Yaffa Phillips | Flickr CC

In the wake of the International Court of Justice’s (ICJ) landmark ruling in a case brought by South Africa against Israel, which found the Jewish state could be committing genocide in Gaza and must immediately cease its indiscriminate, industrial-scale slaughter of unarmed, innocent Palestinians of all ages, many Western journalists, politicians,

也门胡塞武装向 MintPress 讲述美国的袭击和对以色列的封锁

也门安萨尔安拉高级政治官员兼发言人穆罕默德·布海蒂 (Mohammed al-Bukhaiti) 加入 MintCast 讨论封锁以及也门与美国不断升级的紧张局势。

Mohammed al-Bukhaiti Feature photo

The United States and the United Kingdom recently carried out their eighth round of strikes against targets in Yemen that they claim are being used by Yemen’s Ansar Allah – known in the West as the Houthis – to threaten maritime navigation in the Red Sea. Since Israel began its deadly incursion into Gaza on October 7 of last year, Ansar Allah



Itamar Ben-Gvir Feature photo

If what is currently happening in the occupied Palestinian West Bank took place before October 7, our attention would have been completely fixated on that region in Palestine. The ongoing Israeli genocide in Gaza, however, has devalued the important, if not earth-shattering, events underway in the West Bank, which is now a stage for the most



Netanyahu Feature photo

Law number one in the ‘law of holes’ is that “if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” Law number two, “If you are not digging, you are still in a hole.” These adages sum up Israel’s ongoing political, military and strategic crises, 100 days following the start of the war on Gaza. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was faced with



United Against Nuclear Iran Feature photo

Most of the world has watched the Israeli assault on Gaza in horror. As tens of thousands have been killed and millions displaced, tens of millions of people around the world have poured onto the streets to demand an end to the violence. But a few select others have taken to the pages of our most influential media to demand an escalation of the



Israel Gaza Feature photo

Once considered a fringe pipe dream, the once taboo idea of Israelis recolonizing portions of Gaza has been reinvigorated after Hamas' October 7 attack and the subsequent Israeli war on the embattled Palestinian territory, which has killed more than 22,000 Palestinians, internally displaced more than 1.9 million, and reduced the majority of the