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University of Cincinnati pays for president's propaganda junket to Israel

Ono has been celebrated for his bold use of social media, which in this case provides valuable insights into how Israel activists court US elites.

“We will return”: Youth video from Gaza marks Nakba Day

This short video featuring women and men in Gaza speaking about their connections to Palestine was published to mark Nakba Day.

Israel punishing Oxfam for break up with Scarlett Johansson, say aid workers

Israeli occupation authorities have been delaying permits to enter Gaza for staff from Oxfam in what may be retaliation for the international charity’s criticism of Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson.

Eyewitness debunks Israeli journalist’s claim Palestinians nearly “lynched” him

An Israeli eyewitness contradicts the dramatic account of an Israeli reporter that he was “seconds away from being beaten to death by a mob of Palestinian masked men” during a demonstration in the West Bank on Friday. Two Palestinian teenagers were killed by Israeli forces at the same spot the day before.

Infographic: How the Israeli ID card system enforces apartheid

Powerful new graphic from Visualizing Palestine shows how Israel’s system of identity cards is used to enforce apartheid on Palestinians.

Grace Lee Boggs, Danny Glover object to film screening in Tel Aviv

Film about life of legendary American activist to be screened in Israeli-government sponsored festival despite her objections.

Children describe torture in Israeli solitary confinement

A rising proportion of Palestinian children arrested by Israeli occupation forces are subjected to solitary confinement, harsh interrogations and ill-treatment amounting to torture.

Obama “peace” envoy ridicules notion that Palestinians have “rights”

Martin Indyk, the US official in charge of the Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” has publicly ridiculed the notion that Palestinians have rights or are seeking justice.

NBC refuses to receive petition calling for end to occupied Jerusalem shoot

More than 5,000 people called on the network to end its involvement in the action series DIG which will be set and shot in eastern occupied Jerusalem.

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