Delta Air Lines drops Israeli settlement snack from onboard meals

The snack, made in an illegal Israeli colony, will no longer be served after a complaint from a customer.

In photos: Ramadan in Jerusalem

The Old City of Jerusalem is transformed during the month of Ramadan, allowing us to imagine the city that once was and will one day be.

Anti-Palestinian group to “monitor” boycott activists on campus

Scholars for Peace in the Middle East’s “BDS Monitor” appears likely to be another bigotry-driven exercise in on-campus espionage and intimidation.

Young Palestinian violinists to play at London Proms

The London classical music festival is the Palestine Strings’ highest-profile performance yet.

Pelican Bay to Palestine

Artist Nidal El-Khairy on international hunger strikes.

"Earthquake" over, EU boasts of aiding Israeli boffins

Universities with ties to Israel’s military industry will continue benefiting from the EU’s largesse.

Video shows Israeli soldier beating Palestinian workers “without mercy”

The soldier, who attacked Palestinian workers without provocation and beat them with “unbridled violence” using his army-issued M-16, received only a token punishment.

Israeli company to win Indian mass electronic surveillance contract

Israeli surveillance firm Verint about to start helping Indian government with mass interception of citizens’ communications.

Did Hamas really help the Muslim Brotherhood break open Egypt's prisons?

Contrary to current accusations, a judicial report found that it was Mubarak’s Minister of Interior who ordered the prisons to be opened.

No evidence of “threats” that prompted The Animals’ Eric Burdon to cancel Israel gig

Burdon’s press agent couldn’t provide The Electronic Intifada with any details and other inquiries have gone unanswered.


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