settlements

BBC ignores Kerry’s “poof speech”

US Secretary of State blamed Israel for collapse of talks with Palestinian Authority.

UK retailer refuses to shun occupation profiteer SodaStream

John Lewis ignores international guidelines about the need to avoid aiding Israel’s human rights abuses.

Anti-Muslim slogans spray-painted on mosque in Palestinian town

Patrick O. Strickland
Baqa al-Gharbiyya
19 December 2013

Settlers are believed to have carried out “price-tag” attacks in Baqa al-Gharbiyya.

BBC takes 11 months to remove lie by Israeli settler

Broadcaster concedes that Israel is building on the West Bank’s hilltops.

Settlers attack Palestinian farmers in first week of olive harvest

An exclusive report from the village of Burqa, where Palestinians face regular settler violence, and an interview with scholar Laleh Khalili on the roots of Israeli colonial control mechanisms in Palestine.

Armed settlers attack mosque, burn cars in West Bank village

Dylan Collins and
Patrick O. Strickland
Burqa
14 October 2013

Israeli police take no action despite repeated acts of violence.

Farmer in Palestinian "breadbasket" works in Israeli settlement to survive

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jordan Valley
16 September 2013

The Oslo accords have left Jordan Valley communities without access to vital resources.

West Bank's skyscrapers and settlements provide backdrop to elegant film

Sarah Irving
28 August 2013

They key character in Omar Robert Hamilton’s short returns to a Palestinian home full of dusty boxes and damaged furniture.

Architects help envision Palestine's landscape after apartheid

A former researcher with Decolonizing Architecture discusses tactics to reclaim and re-envision land in preparation of a post-apartheid, post-occupation era in Palestine.

Mystery and reality overlap in Gaza-inspired novel

Sarah Irving
2 August 2013

Raba’i al-Madhoun’s The Lady from Tel Aviv is a great summer read.

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