Residents of Beit Safafa, near Jerusalem, are resisting a settler highway that would cause irreparable harm to their village.
Dependency on Israel has meant that the Gaza electricity supply hasn’t increased in line with the Strip’s population growth.
Donors have helped undermine human rights, say groups working in the West Bank.
Protest and poetry are “inseparable twins,” according to a new Al Jazeera documentary series.
Sheikh Jarrah residents declare they have “no faith” in Israel’s legal system.
Camp committee activist Moutawali Abu Nasser forced to flee to Beirut.
Family of Stop the Wall activist Hassan Karajah blocked from attending his hearing in Israel.
Writers and artists from different disciplines provide an extraordinarily frank, fresh and unsentimental assessment of what Palestinians are and have become.
Militarization has become part of the “academic landscape” in Israel, according to a Palestinian rights activist.
Mahmoud Sarsak hopes to live a normal life but cannot forget his time inside Israeli jail.
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