The Electronic Intifada weekly podcast: Nancy Kricorian on BDS campaigns against Israel's pillage in West Bank

Nancy Kricorian of the Stolen Beauty BDS campaign on the significance of a new report by Al Haq designating Israel’s resource theft in the Dead Sea as a crime of pillage; and much more.

"Every minute matters" for gravely ill hunger striker Samer al-Barq, says father

Samer al-Barq may have only minutes to live, his father explains in a telephone call with The Electronic Intifada blogger Shahd Abusalama.

EU considering ban on settlement trade, Israeli media reports

Issues first raised by boycott, divestment and sanctions movement are now being taken up by European governments.

Abusing children "part and parcel" of Israeli ideology, says rights defender

Youngsters arrested as part of deliberate policy to break Palestinians emotionally.

US sued over "terrorist" designation that has robbed Palestinian American of basic rights for 17 years

A lawsuit filed yesterday challenges the 1995 classification of Palestinian American Muhammad Salah as a “specially designated terrorist.”

BBC acknowledges misstatement on Rachel Corrie but refuses correction

If the BBC can’t show that Israeli soldiers died on the same day as Rachel Corrie, why can’t it simply offer a straightforward correction?

Did Democratic delegates just vote down Obama bid to pander to AIPAC on Jerusalem?

A must-see video seems to show the Democratic National Convention rejecting an Obama-inspired amendment to pander to Israel over Jerusalem.

Lebanon's Mashrou' Leila cancels on Chili Peppers after latter refuses Israel boycott call

Internationally acclaimed Lebanese group Mashrou’ Leila has will not open for Red Hot Chili Peppers in Beirut, after a boycott call.

BBC filmmaker Paul Martin "a fraud" says former South African government media director

A former South African government media director tells The Electronic Intifada he contacted the BBC and the UK’s Channel 4 News in 2007 “warning them that Paul Martin Cainer was a fraud”.


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