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Threatened photographs are window on historic Palestine

A newly-digitized collection of images reveals long-lost details of daily life in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

Israeli high court upholds racist "admission committees" law

After a three-year legal battle, the high court rules in favor of the Admissions Committees Law.

Israeli drone conference features weapons used to kill Gaza's children

Being able to drop bombs on Palestinians makes the development of arms “more efficient,” says technology chief in Israeli military.

Veteran Gaza writer releases first translated poems

Abdul Karim Sabawi, author of the Canaan Quartet, issues free e-book.

Hundreds, many from Gaza, murdered at sea by smugglers

The few survivors say their ship was deliberately rammed by the very men who were supposed to be escorting them to safer lands.

Sabra and Shatila: a recurring nightmare

Illustration by artist Nidal El-Khairy for The Electronic Intifada.

Leaked email reveals ADL advice to universities urging anti-Palestine crackdown

The ADL email is another indicator that there will be no let up this fall in Zionist groups’ efforts to use all repressive means to stigmatize and punish campus criticism of Israel’s crimes.

Druze army refuser and musician to tour England

The Saad family will play a series of concerts in southern Britain.

Email contradicts Univ. of Illinois president's statement on Salaita firing

Discrepancies cast further doubt on the credibility of university officials’ explanations for their firing of Salaita and their lack of transparency over the influence of major donors.

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