December 2002

Dealing with Accusations of Anti-Semitism

by LINDA BELANGER

Israeli Soldiers and Palestinian Youths

by ANNIE C. HIGGINS

Clinton Boisvert, Sorry with a Capital S

by ANTHONY GANCARSKI

Hardening the American Heart

by SALIM RASHID

It’s the Occupation, Stupid!

by LEAH HARRIS

The Jihad International, Kashmir and Secularization

by VIJAY PRASHAD

Call Me Johnson

by ADAM ENGEL

a Meditation on the Nature of Evil

by TOM STEPHENS

Notes on the Cairo Conference

by GARY LEUPP

North Korea, Calling Dubya’s Bluff

by KURT NIMMO

War Toys and the National Character

by PIERRE TRISTAM

Christmas Eve in Bethlehem

by NEVE GORDON

How the Grinch Stole the Pardons

by ELAINE CASSEL

An Open Letter to President Bush on the Torture of Al-Qaeda Suspects

by KENNETH ROTH

Secular Steps in Preparing for War

by NORMAN MADARASZ

Against US Hegemony and War on Iraq and in Solidarity with Palestine

by Alexander Cockburn And Jeffrey St. Clair

Crossing Borders, Christmas in Iraq

by KATHY KELLY

Refusing to Fight in Israel

by JOANNE MARINER

On the First Day of Christmas

by PHILIP FARRUGGIO

The Tale of Nestle and a Nation in Famine

by KEVIN BEGLEY

O Little Town of Bethlehem!

by FRANCIS BOYLE

Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers

by DANIEL WOLFF

The Return of the Quiet American

by SAUL LANDAU

Christmas in Zone One

by MICHAEL WOLFF

Strummer is Dead; Long Live the Clash

by GAVIN MARTIN

Sam Cooke, Shaken and Stirred

by DAVID VEST

Christ is Born

by BEN TRIPP

Where are the Wise Men?

by LINDA HEARD

Biowarfare in Colombia

by JEFFREY ST. CLAIR

A Report From Cairo

by PETER PHILIPS

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