Israel forced me to destroy my own house, says Jerusalem father

Patrick O. Strickland
27 August 2013

Ziad Ameira and his family now live in two small rooms.

Dexia: A sleazy bank aiding Israeli settlers

New book highlights lies told by senior representatives of French-Belgian bank.

Stone-throwers of Nabi Saleh celebrated in new play

Sawsan Khalife'
Nabi Saleh
26 June 2013

Israeli soldiers are depicted as pathetic clowns.

When Israel compensated Germans for land in Palestine

Rosemarie M. Esber
Washington, DC
5 June 2013

Unlike Palestinians, a number of Germans uprooted by Zionist forces in 1948 have received restitution.

Settlers attack West Bank farmer twice a week

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Asira al-Qibliya
17 May 2013

Even if Israel considers settlement outposts to be illegal, it is still facilitating their construction.

Jim Crow in Palestine: parallels between US and Israeli racism

Curtis Bell
21 February 2013

Boycotts helped end segregation in the American South. Hopefully they can achieve similar results for Palestinians.

Israel's viciousness against Bilin captured in "Five Broken Cameras" documentary

Asa Winstanley
30 October 2012
Emad Burnat’s house was declared a “closed military zone” by Israel — but that didn’t stop him from making a great film.

Podcast: This week in EI headlines - 26 April 2012

In our first podcast: Updates on the collective Palestinian hunger strikes in Israeli jails, stories of land confiscation and home evictions from around the West Bank, news from the BDS movement, and Ali Abunimah discusses three important videos we published this week.

Hebron woman goes on hunger strike over settler attacks

Mya Guarnieri
23 January 2012
Settler violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank has risen 40 percent since 2010, and 165 percent since 2009, according to the UN. Protesting a wave of settler attacks on her home and property, one elderly Palestinian woman in Hebron went on hunger strike.


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