July 2006

Hoosier Hooey

by WERTHER

Can the Crime Justify the Act?

by YUSUF MANSUR

Justice Delayed is Murder, and a War Crime

by BARBARA OLSHANKY

How the Irish Invented Dudes

by DANIEL CASSIDY

Applauding While Lebanon Burns

by NORMAN SOLOMON

Is Beirut Burning?

by URI AVNERY

Beirut as Munich

by ROBERT FISK

Beware Iraqi Leaders Bearing Good News

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Is There a Stronger Word Than “Hypocrisy”?

by WILLIAM BLUM

Bankers Fear World Economic Meltdown

by GABRIEL KOLKO

Israel?s Invasion Pretext Under Fire

by JOSHUA FRANK

The Detention of Ghazi Walid Falah

by DAVID NALLY

Arrested in Istanbul

by MICHAEL DICKINSON

Primetime Lies from the American Media

by JONATHAN COOK

Chronology of the Latest Crisis in the Middle East

by SHARAT G. LIN

Scenes from Beirut on the Eve of the Invasion

by GEORGE BISHARAT

?You can tell them that I?m not leaving. We love Lebanon.?

by ZENA EL-KHALIL

The Bottled Water Madness

by LARRY LACK

Let No Ivy Leaguer Be Left Behind

by COUNTERPUNCH NEWS DESK

Why Israel is Losing

by ASHRAF ISMA'IL

The Secrets Behind "State Secrets"

by MIKE MEJIA

Israel and the Irony of UN Resolutions

by ROBERT BRYCE

Activists Found Not Guilty in Irish Ploughshares Case

by HARRY BROWNE

Willful Blindness

by MARJORIE COHN

Sabra and Shatila and the Brave Woman Who Awoke the Press to the Massacres

by MAHER OSSEIRAN

More Than 100 Iraqis Being Killed Each Day, Says UN; 3,149 Killed in June Alone

by PATRICK COCKBURN

Israelis Bomb Fleeing Villagers

by ROBERT FISK

Whatever You Did in War Will Always Be With You

by MARC LEVY

Israel?s Criminal Accomplice

by PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS

Israel?s Indiscriminate Onslaughts

by JONATHAN COOK

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