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.

The Peres Funeral Ruckus

The Kissinger Story

Burying Sisyphus: the Many Faces of Shimon Peres

Abu Mazen’s Balance Sheet

Shimon Peres and the Saga of Sisyphus

Merkel and Netanyahu: Compare and Contrast

The Luck of Netanyahu

Ariel Sharon and the Israeli Judokas

The Future Belongs to the Optimists

The Shot Heard All Over the Country

The Orange Man: Trump and the Middle East

The Great Rift

Hatred Unlimited

Will Petty Corruption Bring Down Netanyahu?

Just a Trick

The Day of the Rhinos

What Happened to Netanyahu?

The Center Doesn’t Hold

Israeli Weimar: It Can Happen Here

The Case of Soldier A

A Lady With a Smile

Optimism of the Will

The Pied Piper of Zion

Extreme, Extremer, Extremest

Fear of Assimilation

A Case of Bribery

Imagined Nations

A Lonely Lawyer

King Bibi

There is No Such Thing as International Terrorism

The Cats of Ariel

Is the Israeli Prime Minister Insane? Adolf, Amin and Bibi

Incident in Beersheba: Weep, Beloved Country

Borderlands: the Settler’s Prussia

Abbas: the Leader Without Glory

Nasser and Me

Netanyahu’s Ministry of Fear

The Face of a Boy

The Molten Three: Israel’s Aborted Strike on Iran

The Magician’s Apprentice

Jewish Terrorists and Administrative Detention

Netanyahu’s Divide et Impera Strategy

Sheldon’s Stooges: Netanyahu and the King of Vegas

Was Netanyahu Iran’s Nuclear Dupe?

To Be Greek

Israeli War Crimes? Who, Us??

Bibi the Great and the New Enemy: BDS

The Real Naqba

The Map on the Wall

The War of Fools