Rachel Corrie’s parents speak to The Electronic Intifada about their reaction to the recent court verdict which exonerated Israel for any responsibility for the 2003 killing of their daughter.
The Electronic Intifada Podcast
Journalist and activist Maath Musleh talks about the situation in Jerusalem after a racist Israeli mob attacked and beat Palestinians; and his story about a Palestinian prisoner; and more.
Zahra Billoo of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in San Francisco comments on the rise of Islamophobia and hate crimes against Arabs and Muslims in the US.
On this week’s podcast: Rana Baker assesses the humanitarian and economic situation in Gaza, sealed at the Egyptian border following an attack on Egyptian soldiers last week; and much more!
On this week’s podcast: Shahd Abusalama talks about her meeting with Akram Rikhawi’s family, right before he ended his 102-day hunger strike in an Israeli prison; and much more!
What goes on behind the doors at the Christians United for Israel conference? Our blogger Alice Bach talks about how the Christian Zionist movement cheers for Israel and pressures politicians; and more.
This week on the podcast, the global BDS movement celebrates 7 years of victories: we’ll interview two leading BDS organizers in Palestine and in Europe about the significance of the movement; and much more!
In this week’s podcast: A report from Jalal Abukhater on the Palestinian Authority police’s violent attacks on Palestinian protesters in Ramallah – “They tried to do this without anyone seeing them on camera.”
In this week’s podcast: Israel attacks Gaza, leaving 16 dead in one week, we’ll have a report from Rami Almeghari; we interview Al Jazeera English reporter Sherine Tadros about a new film on Gaza; and much more!
This week on the EI podcast, Mahmoud Sarsak ends his epic hunger strike; a report from Moe Ali Nayel in Beirut about the situation in Nahr el-Bared Palestinian refugee camp after the Lebanese army killed a teen; and more.