Hebrew Scriptures: US accused of funding UNRWA while terror ties known, complaint charges

Since the reports came to light, the US and other donor countries temporarily suspended funding of UNRWA “pending an investigation by the United Nations.”
By Darcie Grunblatt Mar. 10, 2024

Genocide: Can Jewish Zionism prevail?

 What precipitated the attack by Hamas on this fateful day must be contextualised with events preceding the attack.
By Agrippa Mutambara Feb. 11, 2024

Zim: A bottled up nation

Lest we are charged with inciting violence, we will gently put down the pen here and watch the pressure cooker boil.
By Newsday Jan. 15, 2024

The clockmaker theory

US  officials now look to Israel for advice on how to handle airborne security threats.
By Benny And Rose Leon Jan. 7, 2024

Internet blackouts in Gaza a new weapon in the Israel-Hamas war

On October 27, Israel reportedly imposed a full internet shutdown in the area, cutting off the last remaining connectivity for about 34 hours as its troops moved into the Gaza Strip.
By Jacob Mutisi Dec. 1, 2023

Zimbabwe religious leaders call for an end to Israel brutality

At a seminar this week, the religious leaders were also firm in calling for an end to the massacre of unarmed innocent women and children in Palestine.
By Gracious Daniel Nov. 10, 2023

Letter from America: US Jewish lobby caught by surprise!

Matt Ho, a former US marine intelligence officer says that the Israeli lobby has the support of 95% of all the mainstream media
By Kenneth Mufuka Oct. 29, 2023

Is hunger for power pushing world to the edge?

Even more concerning is the fact that countries which used to serve as arbitrators and take the initiative in peace talks have now become major players in the current major wars.
By Tapiwa Gomo Oct. 23, 2023

Iran strongly condemns Israel attacks on Gaza

What is happening in the occupied Palestine, and especially in Gaza, constitutes a source of deep concern, regret and shame for the human kind.
By Abbas Navazani Oct. 19, 2023