Uri Avnery

URI AVNERY is an Israeli writer and peace activist with Gush Shalom. He is a contributor to CounterPunch’s book The Politics of Anti-Semitism.

Who the Hell Are We?

What Netanyahu Doesn’t Know About History

“Not Enough!”

 A Very Intelligent Person

Two Souls

Have You Been Brainwashed About Gaza?

Oh, Gaza, Strong as Death

The Luck of the Gambler

The Day of Shame

Who is the Vassal? Israel, the US and Iran

That Woman: Recollections of Golda Meir

The Real Victor

The Great Day

Eyeless in Gaza   

Ahed Tamimi: a Song is Born

The Fake Enemy

The Great Conspiracy

Netanyahu: Man of the Status Quo

May Your Home Be Destroyed          

Bibi’s Son (Or Three Men in a Car)

Why I am Angry

The Man Who Jumped

Cry, Beloved Country

Children of Stone

From Barak to Trump

A Terrible Thought

Two Meetings: Arafat and Rabin

Who is Afraid of the Iranian Bomb?

The Terrible Problem

Separation is Beautiful

Incident at Har Adar: a Tale of Two Stories

Thank You, Smotrich the Fascist

The Egg of Columbus 

Anyone But Bibi: the Corruption of Netanyahu

Wistful Eyes: Israel and the Death Penalty

Soros’ Sorrows

Abe, Izzy & Bibi

Eyeless in Gaza

The Bizarre Case of Bashar

The Visitation: Trump in Israel

Palestine’s Nelson Mandela

Syria: Cui Bono?

The Tunic of Nessus

Prison: the University of Terror

The Most Moral Army?

President Kong

Being There

Confessions of a Megalomaniac

The Problem With Settlements

The Israeli Trumpess