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Palestinian prisoners ready for mass hunger strike

Joe Catron
Gaza City
22 April 2014

All parties must step up efforts to release prisoners, says Palestinian jailed by Israel for 27 years.

In Bethlehem raid, "Israel and the Palestinian Authority are together"

Dan Cohen
Bethlehem
22 April 2014

Seamless coordination was obvious during recent assault on occupied West Bank city.

British war cemetery not immune to Gaza siege

Joe Catron
Gaza City
17 April 2014

Israel has bulldozed and bombed a century-old war cemetery.

A tree-hugging "peace" film detached from Palestine's reality

Maureen Clare Murphy
17 April 2014

Funded by the EU, Under the Same Sun portrays boycotters of Israel as bullies.

The Palestinians and the "Jewish state"

Vijay Prashad
Beirut
16 April 2014

How can the Palestinian leadership agree to a vague term that Israeli lawmakers cannot define?

Why we're taking a different approach to divestment

Hanna Alshaikh
Chicago
16 April 2014

A student referendum at DePaul University in Chicago will make it harder for pro-Israel lobby groups to influence divestment efforts.

Resisting the “cannibalization” of Palestine’s heritage

Sarah Irving
15 April 2014

Patrick Stewart’s film “It’s Better to Jump” shows the insidious ways that the historic city of Akka is being ethnically cleansed.

Sweet and sinister images from Gaza's hottest artists

Sarah Irving
10 April 2014

Hazem Harb’s limbless figures resemble Francis Bacon’s most celebrated work.

Why Jews must oppose muzzling of Palestine solidarity activists

Martin R. Federman
Boston
9 April 2014

Northeastern University’s suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine cannot be defended.

Tel Aviv University bans Palestinian speaker

Patrick O. Strickland
9 April 2014

Muhammad Kanaaneh was prevented from speaking on Land Day after violent threats from right-wing groups.

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