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US activists to block Israeli cargo in mass shutdown of West Coast ports

Groups in the Bay Area and across the West Coast have been building coalitions with labor unions to prevent Israel’s cargo vessels from offloading this week.

Gaza professor describes "most devastating destruction since 1948"

“You could see the pain and the horror in the eyes of the people, but you could also see resilience,” says Dr. Haidar Eid about his visit to Khuzaa in eastern Gaza on Wednesday.

Head of Gaza bomb squad killed as 1,000 tons of Israeli munitions remain

Israel’s siege has prevented Palestinian bomb diffusion experts from obtaining necessary protective wear and robotics equipment to do their important job safely.

Water disaster hits every single person in Gaza

Technician Zeyad Al Shawi died injuries he suffered during an Israeli airstrike as he opened valves to supply water people in Rafah, southern Gaza.

Univ. of Illinois faces growing boycott over firing of Palestinian American professor

Some professors say they will not visit the campus for lectures and conferences until Steven Salaita is reinstated.

Anti-Semitism watchdog CST "abusing" mandate to defend Israel

The Community Security Trust, a UK charity which records and combats anti-Semitism, claims that the boycott of Israel is worse than a recent spike in anti-Semitic incidents.

Judge in case against Palestinian-American pulls out due to Israel business ties

Reversing his initial refusal to step down, Judge Paul Borman recuses himself citing new information.

Migrant rights group on US-Mexico border urges boycott of Israel

Struggle against suffering in Arizona is “deeply implicated” in struggle against US-funded occupation of Palestine, says No More Deaths.

Fired professor voiced "legitimate outrage" over Gaza attack, say University of Illinois colleagues

Fellow academics defend Steven Salaita’s right to speak out on Palestine and demand that his sacking be overturned.

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