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The BBC has found itself in the middle of a bitter information war, after it ran a video claiming images shared across social
The soldier who meets us is all smiles and quips, clapping his hands as if he's chairing a mothers' meeting rather than herding journalists into a war zone. "Come on, come on! Time to get to the front; all press vehicles follow me. Those who don't have a car, hop in".
The Israel-Palestine conflict is a defining issue of our time, but has also ended up becoming a primary example of the so-called 'confirmation bias', where a particular position is adopted, and then retrospectively justified with selective pieces of evidence, ignoring anything which may be contradictory.
Foreign Secretary William Hague will address the House of Commons today on the "terrible situation in Gaza". In recent days
While the rockets targeting Israeli civilians - men, women, and children - do not carry as deadly a payload as that of the German bombs of World War II, their aim is equally sinister and illegitimate: to instill fear in the hearts of Israelis and undermine their right to live in a free and independent state.
Palestinians carry an injured man from a bombed building in Gaza city after the second attack on the building in two days
It seems that everyone these days has an opinion on the conflict between Israel and Hamas - and inflammatory rhetoric is
The Tel Aviv creator of the successful Israel-Loves-Iran campaign has turned his creative movement's focus to the ongoing
Nothing can be gained through the use of judicial executions or the assassinating of people, even if they are guilty of crimes (terrorism) they have previously committed. The cost to human life should be the single biggest motivating factor toward finding a way to end all violence immediately.
The son of former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon has called for more aggressive tactics against Hamas, calling on the