Podcast: As Palestinian refugee population grows, so do rights violations

Amjad Alqasis of BADIL talks about two new surveys that look at the growing number of Palestinian refugees and how Palestinians consider themselves as a unified people despite Israel’s divisive efforts.

Party's over for Perry Farrell: Lollapalooza Israel collapses as artists said to stay away

Reports of the difficulties the Israeli festival had recruiting international stars will be seen as a victory for the Palestinian campaign to boycott Israel.

A look at the “fresh” plan for apartheid from Naftali Bennett, Israel’s rising political star

The Bennett phenomenon is simply more evidence that there are no internal forces within Zionism that can stop this descent to hell.

Fresh evidence of how Volvo bulldozers damage farms, uproot families

The Swedish corporation boasts of being able to monitor the whereabouts of its vehicles; why doesn’t it use this ability to cease assisting the Israeli occupation?

Spain prosecutor requests ICC referral of case against Israel's Netanyahu for 2010 flotilla attack

Spanish prosecutor finds “strong evidence” of crimes against humanity, illegal detention and torture in Israel’s attack on Gaza flotilla.

Study: Palestinian refugee services slashed despite ongoing displacement

Palestinian refugees are the largest and longest-standing unresolved group of foribly displaced persons in the world.

Subscription offer from liberal Israeli newspaper helps JNF, a "charity" implicated in ethnic cleansing

Give your money to the liberal Israeli newspaper Haaretz and you may be indirectly helping to expel Palestinians.

BBC Trust upholds complaint over Nakba Day radio report that downplayed expulsion of Palestinians

The governing body of BBC agrees that there had been “a lack of clarity as to what Nakba Day commemorates,” and that the language used did not accurately “convey the reality of the departures [of the refugees].”


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