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Olive trees burned as anti-Palestinian incitement grips Galilee

Patrick O. Strickland
Tarshiha
17 October 2014

Eight Jewish-only communities surrounding Tarshiha have been allocated considerably more resources than its indigenous Palestinians.

After summer of horror, Gaza families face winter in cramped shacks

Rami Almeghari
17 October 2014

A five-year-old boy was among the members of the al-Najjar clan killed by Israel in July.

"I draw for Gaza": the defiant art of Haneen Nofal

Rawan Yaghi
14 October 2014

Depicting characters that were both proud and weary, the 23-year-old captured the mood during Israel’s summertime offensive.

Palestinian Christians denounce priest for claiming Israel grants them freedom

Patrick O. Strickland
Haifa
13 October 2014

Jibril Nadaf advocates conscription to an Israeli army that kills his fellow Palestinians.

Warmongering Hebrew University tries to muzzle Palestinian students

Yara Sa'di
10 October 2014

After threatening peaceful protesters, the Israeli university signed a cooperation deal with a leading weapons-maker.

Suha Arraf on her "stateless" Palestinian film

Patrick O. Strickland
9 October 2014

Villa Touma director talks about how the Israeli government tried to use her.

Academic civility and its discontents

Joseph Massad
9 October 2014

The battle over Steven Salaita is part of a war against the neoliberal corporatization of higher education.

Why is The Advocate afraid to talk about Palestine?

Keegan O'Brien
8 October 2014

The LGBTQ magazine is more than willing to provide a platform for bigoted diatribes peddled in the service of pinkwashing Israeli apartheid.

Israel police brutality remains unchecked 14 years after massacre of Palestinian citizens

Patrick O. Strickland
Arrabeh
7 October 2014

The attorney general who ensured there was no accountability for Israeli state violence against protesters in 2000 has now been made a high court judge.

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