On the bus to university with Syrian refugees in Jordan.
What will ultimately stop the deaths of innocent Palestinians and Israelis is a peace deal putting an end to the conflict. But in the meantime, a modification of the Israeli rules of engagement could reduce the number of innocent casualties.
Downing Street is wrong to reject demands for a recall on the grounds that "our focus is humanitarian support".
A 1955 archive profile of the founder and first prime minister of Israel, shortly after his return to power.
The Kurdistan Region needs more than words of solidarity or humanitarian assistance.
The inconvenient truth is that the collective punishment of the Palestinian people in Gaza is a collective endeavour in its own right – led by Israel, enforced by Egypt, endorsed by Saudi Arabia.
Iraq is rapidly spiralling into an unprecedented situation - and the international community is standing by.
Last summer's defeat over Syria has made the PM wary of intervention.
The Respect MP is being investigated by the police for calling on Bradford to be “declared an Israel-free zone”.
Israel will know true quiet only by withdrawing from the occupied territories and negotiating a settlement with the Palestinian leadership, which may well include Hamas.
It is not yet too late. It is five minutes to midnight, but it is not too late.
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