Palestinians in the northern West Bank village of Kufr Qaddoum have been holding regular protests against the Israeli occupation and settlement encroachment. Read more about West Bank village steps up protests against Israel's theft of land
Abdel-Alim Da’na, a leader of the PFLP and a professor at Palestine Polytechnic University in Hebron, speaks to Ben Lorber about his experience in Israel’s prisons. Read more about Former prisoner, PFLP leader: hunger strike "made revolution in the prisons"
A South African activist working for the global boycott movement against Israeli apartheid connects the ongoing anti-colonialist struggles from Johannesburg to Palestine. Read more about South African activist: "Palestine casts light on our own history"
So many UK trade unions have now passed motions in support of the Palestinian boycott, divestment and sanctions movement that even the often conservative Trades Union Congress has been compelled to change policy. Read more about Boycott Israel campaign grows among UK unions, despite Zionist backlash
As the Australian delegate on the Tahrir boat with the recent Freedom Waves initiative, Michael Coleman recently confronted all of the barriers that the government of Israel could muster. Read more about Attempts to break Gaza blockade won't stop, vows Freedom Waves activist
Lebanese concert promoter Jihad el-Murr has filed a lawsuit against four groups over a boycott campaign they organized against the band Placebo in June 2010. Read more about Interview: Why is concert promoter suing Lebanon boycott activists?
Several activists were arrested by Israeli forces today while attempting to ride segregated buses serving illegal Israeli settlements. Read more about Israel arrests "Freedom Riders" challenging apartheid road system
Israeli police arrested 16 activists at a protest at HaSharon prison calling for the release of Palestinian political prisoners Read more about Activists in Israel arrested for calling for release of prisoners
Hundreds of student activists from dozens of colleges and universities across the US are expanding the grassroots movements for Palestine solidarity activism despite aggressive smear campaigns by pro-Israel groups. Read more about Despite attacks, national conference unites Students for Justice in Palestine
Sawsan Khalife’ is a young woman activist and a Palestinian citizen of Israel. The daily discrimination she encounters in Jerusalem and the tragic killing by Israeli forces of a school friend have been determining factors for her work. Read more about "Our identity is under attack;" Palestinian youth activist interviewed