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Scottish independence could be positive for Palestine

Military equipment made in Fife has been used during Israel’s attack on Gaza.

Thousands march on California port to prevent Israeli ship's arrival

The Israeli ship chose to stay at sea as protests formed picket line on the shore.

Listen: “Love in the Time of Genocide” performed by Haidar Eid

Palestinian intellectual and activist Haidar Eid, in Gaza, performs “Love in the Time of Genocide,” adapted from a poem by the late Egyptian poet Abdul Rahim Mansour.

How Israel uses Caterpillar machinery to carry out extrajudicial executions

New report details use of Caterpillar, Volvo, Hidromek, Hitachi, Hyundai and JCB equipment in a host of Israeli crimes against Palestinians.

Palestinians express "solidarity with the people of Ferguson" in Mike Brown statement

Palestinian individuals and groups have issued this statement in solidarity with the community of the latest black youth to be gunned down by American police.

Ireland’s biggest food retailer drops Israeli produce as European boycotts surge

The biggest food distributor in Ireland announced last week it had withdrawn Israeli products from its shops. Meanwhile, other major European retailers appear to have quietly taken similar decisions.

Israel-trained police "occupy" Missouri after killing of black youth

Department using repressing tactics in Ferguson has received advice from Israeli forces.

Stories of Palestinian women's lives awarded major short fiction prize

Susan Muaddi Darraj’s forthcoming collection wins Grace Paley Prize from Association of Writers.

Top Middle East scholars call for academic boycott of Israel

More than one hundred academics sign on to “unprecedented expression of solidarity with the Palestinian people.”

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