Dr Faisal Mikdadi looks at some of the arguments used to justify Israel's annexation of Palestinian land and discusses the 'right of return'
The evidence linking Alzheimer's disease to the food industry is strong and is growing, writes George Monbiot.
Paul Lloyd looks back at the findings of a coroner's inquest that investigated the deaths of seven Cumbrian miners nearly a century ago.
Syria's Civil War is essentially a war between the majority Sunni Muslims and the minority Alawites (Shi'ites) who have ruled Syria for over 40 years. The result is a foregone conclusion. President Assad will lose and the Alawites will be ousted. Or will they? And before they do, what will be the price paid by others, asks Faysal Mikdadi.
The official position of Arab nations is unambiguous: solidarity with Palestine is paramount. But facts on the ground point to a disturbingly different reality, one in which Palestinians are mistreated beyond any rational justification in various Arab countries, writes Ramzy Baroud.
Peter Tatchell recalls the contribution of LGBT rights pioneer Allan Horsfall, who died from heart failure on 27 August 2012, aged 84-years-old.
Finn Bowen asks that in light of the possible convergence of Public Relations and Journalism - once completely separate professions - can we 'trust the truth' the media portray?
Desmond Tutu has helped us see the true nature of what the former prime minister did to Iraq and increased pressure for a prosecution, writes George Monbiot.
Jim Handley reports on recent Anarchist action against austerity