On the very day when Israel was ordered by the ICJ to submit a report on the measures it had taken to avoid acts of genocide since the court’s ruling on January 26th, Israeli tanks and soldiers opened fire on crowds gathered on Gaza’s ‘corniche’ – Al Rashid street – close to the heavily damaged… Continue reading On Gaza Beach
“It is feared people are trapped under the rubble” – was the presenter’s solemn announcement following an earthquake in Japan on the first day of 2024. International aid agencies had offered assistance, while civil defence crews were busy searching in collapsed buildings for those trapped people. Back in February last year, one of the largest… Continue reading Dead and Buried Under the Rubble
In my previous article on the rules for kidnappers and hostages I didn’t draw attention to one of the highest profile cases of ‘kidnapping’, and the price paid by Israel to retrieve their hostage. I wrote about this in some detail in the now kidnapped American Herald Tribune, details of which we may need reminding… Continue reading Odious Theocracies and their agents.