Boycott to intensify after Israeli ban on South African minister's trip to Palestine

Outraged by the Israeli ban on South African cabinet minister Nzimande, a broad alliance of civil society organizations presented a program of action.

Listen: Hospital bombed by Israel "back in business" but not rebuilt, says Gaza doctor

Dr. Basman Alashi of al-Wafa hospital and Palestinian-Canadian pediatrician Dr. Rand Askalan discuss the immediate and long-term needs of injured, disabled and traumatized children in Gaza.

UN finds Israel killed dozens at Gaza schools but ducks call for accountability

Inquiry confirms that at least 44 Palestinians were killed and 227 injured in Israeli attacks on UN shelters during last summer’s assault on Gaza.

Israel criticized for touting Nepal rescue while Gaza is still in ruins

Israel once again uses its unexceptional international aid efforts in Nepal to burnish its blood-soaked image.

Ghost-like images haunt New York display by Palestinian artists

Mary Tuma, John Halaka and Rajie Cook have all contributed to an exhibition now showing in Brooklyn. 

Jerusalem teen killed by Israeli forces in “cold blood,” family says

Ali Abu Ghannam has become the first Palestinian child to be killed by Israeli occupation forces this year.

Princeton students buoyed by close vote in Israel divestment referendum

In close vote, 47.5 percent of undergraduates vote in favor of divestment from companies complicit in Israel’s occupation.

Israeli ban on South African cabinet minister boosts boycott campaign

South African higher education minister Blade Nzimande calls on his country’s universities to cut ties with Israeli institutions.

Israeli lies go unchallenged on BBC's flagship current affairs show

Presenters display aggression toward Palestinian interviewees, yet give Israeli spokespeople an easy ride. 

Indie singer delivers haunting tribute to Gaza children killed while playing football

JD Meatyard’s “Four Kids Playing on a Gaza Beach” articulates horror at Israeli attack. 


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