Israel’s invitation to be “guest of honor” at the Guadalajara International Book Fair later this month has provoked controversy in Mexico.
Why is former US peace envoy George Mitchell promoting SodaStream which is based in an illegal Israeli settlement and abuses Palestinian rights?
Having failed to win the argument on Iran, the Israelis are turning to even cruder, emotive propaganda than usual.
“The struggle of the people of Palestine is our struggle,” South Africa’s minister of international relations says.
There is a pattern: acts of spectacular violence, predominantly by white men, are rarely termed “terrorist” even when all the evidence points in that direction.
After facing stiff opposition from a coalition of Palestine, environmental and social justice activists, Veolia concluded that doing business in St. Louis is “not worth it.”
Several US university professors are accusing the Journal of Academic Freedom of caving in to pressure to publish a series of essays opposing the academic boycott of Israeli institutions.
Asserting its “peaceful” intentions while waging colonial war against Palestinians and other Arabs has always been central to Israel’s propaganda, says Columbia professor.
I was introduced to Revolution Makers when I saw them perform a rare live hip hop performance live in Gaza City. This is their newest song.
Israel’s ongoing theft of Palestinian land, and now its ban on a parliamentary delegation visiting Gaza, are signs of its confidence that it can bully the with impunity.
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