Antifascist and anti-Nazi protest in Vilnius, Estonia, January 2013. The full text of the sign at the right (only partially visible on the photo) reads: "Better shit on the head than Nazis in the government."

Communist Parties Denounce EU-Backed Anti-Communist Fiesta

Scores of communist and workers’ parties from around the world issued the following communique last week. The Communist and Workers’ Parties denounce the anti-communist fiesta being organized by the Estonian Presidency of the European Union (EU), in the framework of the so-called “European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Totalitarian Regimes” which the EU…

Medical supplies to Venezuela

Palestinian Authority Sends Medical Supplies to Venezuela

The Palestinian Authority (PA) sent on Sunday, August 20, three truckloads of medical supplies to Venezuela, following instructions from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen). Palestinian Minister of Foreign Affairs Riad al-Malki told the Ma’an News Agency that the truckloads of medicine were dispatched on Sunday from warehouses in the northern occupied West Bank district…

Enough! Netanyahu go home!

Communist Party of Israel: “Netanyahu Must Go!”

The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Israel (CPI), in its most recent meeting held on Friday, August 6, discussed the status of investigations into allegations of corruption currently being conducted by the police against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Members of the bureau expressed the opinion that the ongoing probes merely reveal the tip…

MK Oren Hazan, Likud, snaps a photograph with President Donald Trump, May 22, 2017.

“Regional Cooperation” Minister Warns Palestinians of New Nakba

On Saturday, July 22, Israel’s Minister of Regional Cooperation, Tzachi Hanegbi (Likud), threatened Palestinians with a “new Nakba,” referring to the expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from their homes and country during the 1948 establishment of Israel. “You’ve already paid that crazy price twice for your leaders,” he wrote on Facebook, alluding to…

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during a press conference in Jerusalem

Netanyahu-Modi Statement Ignores Two-State Solution

Thirty years after India became the first non-Muslim state to recognize the State of Palestine, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signed off on a joint statement on Wednesday, July 5, that mentioned the Palestinian-Israel diplomatic process, but did not refer to a two-state solution. Not only did Modi not visit…