The powerful Israel lobby group AIPAC has increasingly become a target of Palestine solidarity protests.
“I didn’t know about the boycott until it was too late,” says acclaimed Native American feminist writer and musician Jo Harjo on arrival in Tel Aviv.
“We welcome the BBC Trust’s admission that these news bulletins were inaccurate.”
Unlike Rosa Parks, Palestinian laborers in Israel are not even given the back of the bus. They can’t ride the bus at all.
Does “Judea and Samaria” stamp indicate “creeping annexation” of West Bank by Israel, reporter asks State Department.
University of California administrators have “exacerbated” climate of fear that chills Palestine solidarity activism, say legal groups.
The latest change is further proof that Israel is, without announcing it, implementing a racist one-state solution where there is no such thing as a Palestinian state.
Dozens of players from English Premier League and European top division football teams condemn Israeli attack on Gaza.
Honorary chair of Israeli fund for UNICEF hates Palestinian children.
Now that the Palestinians have had their international legal status upgraded at the UN, what difference will it make?
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