Two dozen Palestinians captured during Israel’s invasion of Gaza this summer remain in detention more than three weeks after the 51-day offensive ended. MORE
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Unlike The New York Times, Latin America’s media can be trenchant in criticizing Israeli aggression.
It cannot be mere coincidence that the University of Illinois’ heavy-handed action targeted a Palestinian-American scholar and an American Indian Studies program.
“Now, our battle to hold Israel accountable for its fresh war crimes and crimes against humanity has begun,” say Palestinians in Gaza.
Poems “Inside out,” “Gaza mothers soothe their kids,” and “Maysam.”
How do you teach justice in an open-air prison?
Children of many Palestinian refugees face being denied education over the coming school year.
Two dozen Palestinians from Gaza remain in Israeli detention; captors have threatened to rape the men’s wives.
Maisan Hamdan, an organizer with a military refusal group, on the rise in conscientious objection.
The Israeli author and academic lives in what he describes as “one of the most racist societies in the Western world.”
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