‘After more than sixty years of being paralysed into silence by the Zionist venom — the stigma of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial — that prevented condemnation of incalculable cheating, lying, stealing, murdering, and ruthless violation of the legal and natural human rights of the Palestinian people by a nation devoid of conscience, humanity, or any of the noble principles of the religion to which it claims to belong, the world in general and the West in particular have once again been witness to Israel’s latest arrogant, barbaric, and contemptuous assault on international law and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.’
An American anti-Zionist Rabbi has harshly criticized Israel’s latest ‘bloodshed’ of civilians in the Gaza Strip, saying Zionism is the ‘root-cause of suffering’ in Palestine.
‘A major change of all the senior officials of Iraq – the president, prime minister and the speaker of parliament sparked controversy among the experts on the Middle East around the globe. There’s a number of questions that are to be answered – who benefits from this, who was interested in this change and most importantly will the new authorities be able to save the country from a total collapse and counter the main threat – the Islamic caliphate? Answers differ depending on the camp experts belong to.
It is clear that the various factions and tribes of the country are to some extent satisfied with the new balance of powers and the new officials that were elected in accordance with Iraqi Constitution. The Kurds that now are represented by the new president have temporally given up their quest for independence and the establishment of an individual state. The new speaker of the parliament that represents the Sunnis is in anticipation of the future Cabinet of Ministers that is to be proposed for parliamentary approval by the new Prime Minister that represents the Shiites.’