Israel claims to be the only democracy in the Middle East. The reality is different. Nachschon Amir, Mai Saif and Meredith Lawrence explain the myth behind Israeli 'democracy' and how it oppresses Palestinians.
Tim Gooden, a former Geelong Trades Hall secretary, said the Labor government is complicit in Israel's genocide against Gaza and that unions should be doing more to stop it.
South Africa instituted proceedings against Israel before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on December 29, on the grounds of genocide against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. Mohamed Hanipa Maidin looks at South Africa's case and Israel's response.
Northern Territory communities marched along the Nightcliff Foreshore calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. Stephen W Enciso reports.
A civil suit in the United States and law suits in the International Criminal Court are seeking to hold the US and Israel accountable for genocide in Gaza, reports Malik Miah.
Palestinians are suing United States President Joe Biden and his secretaries of state and defense to stop them from further aiding and abetting Israel’s genocide in Gaza.
The Western media was and is enthusiastically cheerleading Israel's genocidal attacks, writes Alex Bainbridge.
The Yazidi Justice Committee released a damning report in July on the complicity of various governments in the Islamic State genocide against the Yezidi. Peter Boyle reports.
The federal government insists that the Murugappan family do not meet the refugee criteria and can be safely returned to Sri Lanka. Janet Parker takes a look at the adverse security situation for Tamils.
Paul Gregoire reviews a new the ground breaking four-part documentary series that puts genocide at the core of the western expansionist project.
In an overt case of political censorship, the unelected Inner West Council (IWC) sent contractors to remove Invasion Day graffiti on a wall in Camperdown Memorial Rest Park on January 24.
The graffiti — which read "Only fuckwits celebrate genocide" — was only painted alongside the First Nation flag the night before on a wall backing on to the Camperdown Cemetery.
Anyone who walks through this park knows that the walls, built in 1848, are full of graffiti, only some of which is political.
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