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Warmonger poses as voice of reason on Palestine

Think tank “expert” Nick Witney helped Britain secure a massive arms deal in Saudi Arabia; his claims to be promoting peace in the Middle East must be questioned.

Video: Rare public hip-hop performance in Gaza City

Hip-hop is not new to Gaza, but in recent years public performances have been nonexistent. But last week Gaza rappers Revolution Makers and Antara broke that silence with a rare public performance at the Palestine Festival of Literature.

Dutch settlement profiteers listed in new report

The Dutch chief prosecutor has sent a clear signal to the shareholders and directors of Dutch companies that they can be held liable – and even be criminally prosecuted – for their involvement in Israel’s violations of international law.

Yes, Gaza is still under siege

My visit to Gaza helped me understand better the experiences of Palestinians who still live under a tight and increasingly entrenched siege.

BDS Roundup: Alice Walker, Roger Waters call on Alicia Keys to cancel Tel Aviv show

A roundup of recent global actions related to the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.

How Amnesty has let down Bradley Manning

There is nothing complex about Bradley Manning’s case, so why is the world’s best known human rights group not demanding his release?

Hany Abu-Assad's "Omar" awarded at Cannes festival

Condom Lead by Gaza-born twins Tarzan and Arab also selected for short film competition.

Sahar Francis on connecting Israeli jails, Guantanamo and US mass incarceration

Sahar Francis of Addameer speaks about holding Israel accountable for its violations of Palestinians’ rights.

Al Jazeera roiled by US manager’s decision to censor Joseph Massad article

Fears about the effect of op-ed’s criticism of Zionism on the launch of Al Jazeera America motivated top manager Ehab Al Shihabi’s move to remove article.

Jewish National Fund UK faces official questions over racial discrimination

Under fire from campaigners, Charity Commission reluctantly agrees to look into JNF’s British charities.


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