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Pegasus is Just the Tip of the Israeli Cyber Spying Iceberg, with Whitney Webb

Edward Snowden has called it “the story of the year.” An Israeli spying company has been caught selling software to authoritarian regimes that have used it to surveil more than 50,000 people worldwide. That...

Meet Toka, the Most Dangerous Israeli Spyware Firm You’ve Never Heard Of

LONDON – This past Sunday, an investigation into the global abuse of spyware developed by veterans of Israeli intelligence Unit 8200 gained widespread attention, as it was revealed that the software – sold to...

Lowkey: Israel’s Entryism and the Campaign to Create a Binational Security State

The new MintPress podcast, “The Watchdog,” hosted by British-Iraqi hip hop artist Lowkey closely examines organizations that are in the public interest to know about including intelligence, lobby, and special interest groups influencing policies...

Why Opposing Zionism Is Not Anti-Semitic: The Christian Roots of Zionism

JERUSALEM — Naftali Bennett once stated in an interview with Mehdi Hassan that, according to the Bible, Palestine — or, as he calls it, Israel — belongs to the Jewish people. Palestine is referred...

The Bay of Tweets: Documents Point to US Hand in Cuba Protests

HAVANA — Cuba was rocked by a series of anti-government street protests earlier this week. The U.S. establishment immediately hailed the events, putting its full weight behind the protestors. Yet documents suggest that Washington...

Legalized Apartheid: The Israeli Supreme Court Just Cemented Jewish Supremacy into Law

JERUSALEM — In November of last year, an Israeli judge invoked the controversial Jewish Nation-State Basic Law when striking down a lawsuit against the city of Karmiel over funding transportation for two Palestinian students....

Breaking through the Western Media Propaganda Coverage of Cuba Protests

Welcome to the MintCast Podcast — an interview series featuring dissenting voices the establishment would rather silence. I’m your host Mnar Adley. A string of spontaneous protests in Cuba became the unlikely focus of...

From Judaism to Fascism: How Zionists Turned Their Backs on Their Own Culture

WASHINGTON — In late June of this year, New Scientist blandly reported that the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) had “used a swarm of small drones to locate, identify and attack Hamas militants,” the first...

Losing Finders: How the US Government Worked to the Keep CIA Connection Secret

WASHINGTON — The Finders Scandal — events that took place several decades ago, which I have explored in the two previous parts of this series — might be perceived as very much in the...

Losing Finders: How the US Government Worked to Keep the CIA Connection Secret

WASHINGTON — The Finders Scandal — events that took place several decades ago, which I have explored in the two previous parts of this series — might be perceived as very much in the...

Yemen: Biden Shrugs Off Campaign Promise as US Backs New Saudi Offensive and AQAP Support

AL-BAYDA, YEMEN — President Joe Biden gave a lot of people a sense of cautious optimism when he took to the campaign trail and promised to bring a swift end to the Saudi-led war...

Chris Hedges: Bless the Traitors

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY (Scheerpost) — Daniel Hale, an active-duty Air Force intelligence analyst, stood in the Occupy encampment in Zuccotti Park in October 2011 in his military uniform. He held up a sign that read...

American Tax Dollars Financing Israeli Tourist Park Atop Historic Palestanin Neighborhood

OCCUPIED EAST JERUSALEM — Roughly 2.5 miles from Sheikh Jarrah — the Palestinian neighborhood that grabbed the world’s attention in May — lies Silwan. This neighborhood in Occupied East Jerusalem is perched atop the...

Did Business Insider Censor My Lab Leak Article?

WASHINGTON (Substack // Alex Rubinstein) — Demonstrating the mainstream media’s aversion to publishing alternative foreign policy views, my contract with Business Insider was put in the shredder before they published a single word of mine...

Suspected Assassins of Haitian President Moïse Trained by US, Linked to Pro-Coup Oligarchy

PORT AU PRINCE, HAITI — As shock grips the Caribbean island nation of Haiti following the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, the Haitian government has carried out a campaign to arrest suspects it alleges...

“Unchallenged Orientalism”: Why Liberals Suddenly Love the Lab Leak Theory

WUHAN, CHINA — The theory that the COVID-19 pandemic began life in a Chinese laboratory is going viral. Once considering it an anti-science conspiracy theory, the corporate press has done a full 180° turn...

The Fight to Save Lifta, the Last Remaining Palestinian Village

LIFTA, JERUSALEM — Yacoub Odeh is 81 years old but he can still remember his childhood in the Palestinian village of Lifta as if it were yesterday. Children playing together in the gardens, swimming...

What’s Behind The Assassination Of Haitian President Moïses?

 The assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse sent shockwaves through the tiny Caribbean island nation and beyond. While little is known about what happened overnight Wednesday, it appears that a group of foreign...

Hedges: Kucinich Memoir Is a Moving Account of a Battle Against Corporate Power

PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY (Scheerpost) — “The Division of Light and Power,” by Dennis Kucinich, like Robert Caro’s “The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York,” is a gripping, moving and lucidly written...

Carlos Lazo: The Cuban American Leading the Charge to Transform US-Cuba Policy

Carlos Lazo and a small band of Cuban Americans are on a 1,300-mile pilgrimage from Miami to Washington, D.C., to end the U.S. blockade of Cuba. Despite the blistering summer heat and occasional death...