Will today’s UN vote help the Palestinian cause or set it back?
From the Editors
Media watchdog FAIR talks to Ali Abunimah about the Guardian’s hiring of murder-inciter Joshua Treviño.
Ali Abunimah debates Jonathan Tobin of the far-right anti-Palestinian publication Commentary on Democracy Now today about Israel’s settlements and Jim Crow.
Investigative reporter Clayton Swisher is joined by Ali Abunimah on to discuss the bombshell revelations that Yasser Arafat may have been poisoned with the radioactive element polonium.
The Electronic Intifada is more infuential in “digital diplomacy” than most Israeli leaders, an Agence France Presse survey finds. Find out who else is on top!
The cancelation of the Manchester launch of Leila Khaled: Icon of Palestinian Liberation has only brought the book broader publicity, says author and Electronic Intifada contributor Sarah Irving.
Dennis Bernstein spoke to Ali Abunimah on KPFA’s Flashpoints, about Hana al-Shalabi and the struggles of other Palestinian political prisoners against Israel’s systematic abuses.
The Electronic Intifada’s Ali Abunimah appeared on Democracy Now this morning to discuss Israel’s extrajudicial executions and attacks in Gaza and reports of a ceasefire, Hillary Clinton’s support for armed struggle, the ongoing hunger strike of Hana al-Shalabi, now in its 27th day and the Harvard One-State Conference.
On March 3 and 4 many speakers gave presentations and took part in discussions at the Harvard One State Conference. The two keynote speeches, by Ali Abunimah and Ilan Pappe, were captured by participants.
On 16 February, Ali Abunimah and Huwaida Arraf appeared on Aljazeera English’s The Stream. Major topics included Palestinian hunger striker Khader Adnan, the “reconciliation” deal between Hamas and Fatah, and the boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement.