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Filmmakers challenge Israel "spotlight" at this year's Locarno Festival

Palestinian and international artists express “deep concern” over Israeli government-funded festival plans to promote Israeli cinema.

How a Tel Aviv Univ. event is being sold as boycott compliant at Brown

Israeli universities are having to find creative ways to evade the increasingly effective Palestinian call for boycott.

Israeli seizure of Palestinian tax revenues is "collective punishment"

Al-Haq says Israel’s history of withholding tax revenues amounts to collective punishment and is a grave breach of international law.

Thousands at risk of death as Yarmouk violence worsens

Palestinian official announces agreement with Syria to use military force to expel ISIS from Damascus-area camp.

BBC hands airwaves over to Israel's minister for war

A recent BBC Radio 4 interview with Moshe Yaalon marks a new low in the public broadcaster’s already-terrible coverage of Palestine.

Under boycott pressure, Veolia dumps most Israel businesses

Boycott campaign against French multinational will continue until it ends role in Jerusalem light rail and pays reparations.

How Orange telecom supported Israel's massacre in Gaza

The French multinational’s Israel affiliate “adopted” two Israeli military units, including a tank battalion that took part in last summer’s assault on Gaza.

Listen: Steven Salaita on Palestine, media and free speech

Professor Salaita joins a discussion on the portrayal of Palestine in the corporate media during Israeli Apartheid Week events at McGill University.

Video message from Gaza: We are still under the rubble

“We’re here to remind you that Gaza is still suffering from a catatrophe that is way more severe and grave than 51 days of war.”

Yarmouk

Editorial cartoon by Mohammad Saba’aneh for The Electronic Intifada.

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