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Welsh council embargoes Israel over Gaza "savageness"

Gwynedd council in north Wales voted last week never to enter trade relations with Israel.

Under cover of reconstruction, UN and PA become enforcers of Israel's Gaza siege

Details given in a confidential briefing reveal how UN and Palestinian Authority will pass private information about Palestinians in devastated Gaza to Israel.

Attorney general: Univ. of Illinois must explain why Salaita memo can't be found

Acting on a request from The Electronic Intifada, the Illinois Attorney General has asked the University of Illinois to explain why it cannot find a memo about Steven Salaita handed to Chancellor Phyllis Wise by a major pro-Israel donor.

Revealed: EU science chief promised to be "flexible" towards Israel's war crimes

The Israeli Antiquities Authority has deceived Brussels officials in order to obtain research subsidies.

The legendary piano of Yarmouk

Someday the Palestinians and Syrians who survived the war will tell stories about what happened in the besieged refugee camp. This is one of them.

Video: Steven Salaita and Ali Abunimah at University of Chicago

Panel focuses on what Salaita’s firing means in the critical battle on US campuses over academic freedom, free speech and US policy toward Israel.

Palestinian statehood

Editorial illustration by Nidal El-Khairy

Who benefits from billions pledged for Gaza reconstruction?

The $5.4 billion raised at Cairo donor conference will not make Gaza a livable place.

St. Louis police give Israeli-style excuses for arresting peaceful protesters

Echoing Israeli rhetoric, St. Louis city police claim they arrested seventeen peaceful anti-police brutality protesters for “rock-throwing,” an account eyewitnesses dispute.

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