Mounis Hammouda spent 480 days in an Arizona detention center; his friend Hisham Ghalia is still there. Read more about Gaza refugee released in Arizona just before 30th birthday
Gabriel Schivone’s blog
As the People’s Climate March in New York City approaches this weekend, a debate among participants and organizers over Israel-aligned co-sponsors smolders below the surface. Read more about Countering Israeli greenwashing at the People’s Climate March
American taxpayers are paying for massive walls and militarization, from the US-Mexico borderlands to Israel’s occupation of Palestine. Read more about Arizona's border walls "resemble Palestine," says student activist
Arabs and Mexicans are being harassed in the US, just as Palestinians are being harassed by Israeli forces. Read more about One struggle: students defend Palestinian and Latin@ rights
Settler leaders are aggrieved at a new global boycott “trend” among international multinational firms to pull factories out of illegal Israeli colonies in the occupied West Bank. Read more about Israeli settler leader laments growing impact of boycott
A congressional candidate’s remarks warning against the deadly tides of “Middle Easterners” plotting against Americans is causing a national stir. Read more about Arizona congressional candidate: "Middle Easterners' only goal in life is to harm US"
Palestinian-American chef Sameh Wadi recently experienced the sort of Zionist indignation that can unfold from proudly displaying Palestine’s place on a pre-1948 globe-map of the world. Read more about Palestinian-American celebrity chef attacked over pre-1948 map of Palestine