Labour minister once called for “wiping out the aboriginal population” of Palestine.
Genocidal ideology lies behind push to take over Jerusalem’s Muslim holy sites.
Basma Alsharif’s experimental first feature film draws on the tail-biting Ouroboros of Greek mythology.
Palestinians fear severing of Qatari lifeline to isolated territory.
“This war that Israel wages against us is not a war to defend its existence, but a war to obliterate ours.”
Israel miscalculated by thinking that killing the Palestinian intellectual would silence his voice.
Lawsuit against American Muslims for Palestine could usher in new wave of phony terror cases.
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