<p>Union explains why it decided to support the boycott, sanctions and divestment campaign against the state of Israel.</p>
George Galloway poses a threat to Stephen Harper's ability to sell Canadians on our involvement in the Afghan war and on Ottawa's support for Israel in its battle against the Palestinians.
Executive Director Mohamed Boudjenane talks about why his organization has lost government support for its settlement services for immigrants.
Saeb Erakat, a chief Palestinian negotiator, responds to Benjamin Netanyahu's prime ministerial plans for Israel to change focus from a two-state solution to an 'economic peace' plan.
US plans in the so called Afpak war taking shape, a look at Israel's use of drones in attacks on Gaza, and Iran's role in Afghanistan and Iraq in the face of presidential elections.
<span>Tony Benn, former producer at the BBC, fumes on-air about his disappointment over the BBC's decision not to air a charity appeal for Gaza. <br /></span>
Song expressing the plight of those suffering in Palestine from America's foreign policy.
Ronnie Kasrils, a leader in the struggle against South African Apartheid and a member of the ANC on "Apartheid: From South Africa to Israel," March 8 at the Vancouver Public Library.
Professor Amal Ghazal says Egypt is not the neutral mediator it pretends to be in truce talks between Israel and Hamas.
Israel is now a state among nations and must be held to account, not absolved for fear of igniting a new Holocaust.