An accurate telling of the Israel-Palestine conflict would tell of Israel violently colonizing Palestine with US support. Instead, media outlets present fables in which both sides are equally to blame.
Greg Shupak teaches media studies at the University of Guelph in Canada. He is the author of the upcoming book, The Wrong Story: Palestine, Israel, and the Media (OR Books).
For seventy years, Israeli violence has permeated every aspect of Palestinians’ lives. Once again, Palestinians are resisting.
We should oppose the ongoing, disastrous US intervention in Syria without reservation.
The United States recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital as part of its decades-long support of Israeli colonialism.
There are no “humanitarian” wars. There are only wars.
Being pro-refugee must also mean being antiwar.
A no-fly zone in Syria isn't a humanitarian response -- it's a call to war.
It's telling that sections of the media think that Islam is the decisive factor in cases like Orlando.
The military campaign against ISIS is just the latest phase of US imperialism in the Middle East.
On Veterans Day, we should honor those killed and injured in past US wars by stopping future ones.
Western-led military interventions aren't motivated by humanitarian concerns.
Don't blame recent bloodshed in Jerusalem on religion. The incitement is Israeli policy.
Israeli violence isn’t senseless — it follows a colonial logic.
“Both sides” aren’t to blame in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Israel is.
Palestinian children face violence at all turns, yet their hardship is not deemed worthy of attention.
America has done enough harm to Iraqis already. Further intervention must be opposed.
The "decent left" was wrong: a blood-soaked occupation did not lead to a promising post-Taliban future.
The Libyan campaign not only caused extensive death and human rights violations, but it may usher in decades of more war.