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.
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Nour Joudah, Ala Al-Azzeh and Nimer Sultany interviewed at the School of Oriental and African Studies’ 9th Annual Palestine Society conference in London.
Listen to Edward Said’s last major address in the US before his death in 2003.
An in-depth interview between artist John Halaka and EI contributor Sarah Irving.
Prison authorities in California and Israel are using similar tactics to try and break hunger strike protests inside jails, including force-feeding.
The village of al-Araqib in the Naqab/Negev demolished for the 54th time since 2010. Nasser Rego talks about ongoing forced displacement of Palestinian Bedouins.
Rami Almeghari reports from Gaza on the impact that Egypt’s tunnel closures have had on Palestinians.
Also: activist Sabreen Shalabi on California students fighting state repression.
Michael Deas of the Palestinian National BDS Committee assesses the eight years of boycott victories since the initial call by Palestinian civil society in 2005.
On this week’s podcast: New reports show that Islamophobia is on the rise, and that attacks, hate crimes and individual prejudices are not just happening in a vacuum.