ANNIE ROBBINS, MONDOWEISS: The Israelis are playing down the consequences of an attack. American ‘top brass’ aren’t buying it.
ALISON DEGER, MONDOWEISS: It was pulled to avoid diplomatic embarrassment but the Bill is still there.
PHILIP WEISS: They’re both keeping their cards close to their chest but the atmosphere was distinctly frosty between both leaders.
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: When the former Mossad chief stands alone in opposition to war the position looks inevitable.
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: Whenever I’m confronted by its direct consequences I find the reality of Nakba deeply shocking.
MONDOWEISS: The plan to expel tens of thousands of Bedouin from the Negev Desert is advanced. So why haven’t they risen up?
PHILIP WEISS: Whether it’s a new Republican administration or more Obama the winner this year is clear – Netanyahu.
ALEX KANE, MONDOWEISS: The Israelis are doing all in their power to scuttle ‘back channel’ discussions to ease tension between the U.S and Iran.
ALLISON DEGER, MONDOWEISS: It’s a business worth more than $4 trillion so manufacturers of weapons are keen to know if reality matches the brochure.
MONDOWEISS, ALLISON DEGER: 35% of East Jerusalem is now set aside as a nature reserve. These areas were at one time under Palestinian control.
TANYA KEILANI, MONDOWEISS: The ideas behind the anti-normalisation movement are driven by a desire to deconstruct the myths of the occupation.
ALEX KANE, MONDOWEISS: The killing of Mustafa Tamimi by IDF troops has shocked ‘the unshockable’ population of Palestine, as well as the wider world at large.
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: In an exasperated tone the US Defence Secretary laid down the law to the Israeli government, but is anyone listening?
ANNIE, MONDOWEISS: She is set to become a major star and is a woman of great courage, strength and eloquence. But it’s an eloquence infused with anger.
FIDAA ABUASSI, MONDOWEISS: There is pain, humiliation, and fear but there is always one strength that one has to fight back – the power of choice.
MONDOWEISS, MATTHEW TAYLOR: Whatever one thinks of The West’s role in this revolution, it should not have a free pass to engage in more oil imperialism.
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: One of the striking revelations in the newly published biography of Steve Jobs is that he actually met his father briefly but had no further contact with him. Why?
JASMIN RAMSEY, MONDOWEISS: The mainstream media has worked itself into a collective frenzy about the alleged plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S. Questions need to be asked, however.
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: So the Israelis decide to build another 1,110 home on occupied land. How does the US State Department believe Palestinians should respond?
PHILIP WEISS, MONDOWEISS: It’s come to this. No-one in mainstream American politics, it appears, is willing to say a word that will risk losing the Jewish voters and donors who back Israeli discrimination.