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.

Netanyahu: Even His Friends Detest Him

Netanyahu on the Couch

Netanyahu and the Ministers

Avnery v. the State of Israel

Who’s Afraid of Iran’s Big Bad Bomb?

The Self-Destruction of Israel

Israel: What Now?

Israeli Elections in the Time of King Bibi

The Speech

The Fallacy of Rising Anti-Semitism

The Real Ruler of Israel: Sheldon Adelson

Israel’s Treasonous Drone Strike

Striking Fear in Paris

The Connection Between Archaeology and Ideology in the Middle East

Nothing Changes as Much as the Past

Splendid Isolation

The Son of My Eyes

Jerusalem: the Unholy City

Wine, Blood and Gasoline

Is ISIS Coming?

Prime Minister “Chickenshit”

The Meaning of the British Vote on Palestine

Crusaders and Zionists

The Tale of Two UN Speeches

Ah, If I Were 25 Again!

The Obsolescence of the Nation-State

The Hannibal Procedure

ISIS and Israel

Son of Death

Eyeless in Gaza

Hamas and Israeli Paranoia

Meeting in a Tunnel

This is Not a War on Terror; the War Itself is an Act of Terror

Netanyahu’s Operation Stupidity

The Atrocity

The Watch on the Jordan

Sisyphus Redeemed

Israel: an Army That Has a State

Patagonian Dreams

In Their Own Juices

The Moral Right of the Refugees to Return

The Israeli Army Rebellion

A Shameful Chapter

Peace Talks in the Land of Make-Believe

The Monster on the Hill

Changing the Flag

Crimea: One Hundred Years Later

A Counter-Coalition in Israel?

Israel and Ukraine

Their Mothers, Their Fathers