The Palestine Society at London School of Economics inaugurated Israeli Apartheid Week with an incredibly massive and successful stunt held at the LSE campus on Houghton Street, outside St. Clements House, which displayed a huge banner bearing a quotation by Nelson Mandela: “Our Freedom is incomplete without the freedom of the Palestinians.” Read more about LSE Palestine Society stages an Israeli mock checkpoint on campus, gets attacked with water bombs
Mohammed Suliman’s blog
It’s Christmas Eve, and it has arrived in the Gaza Strip, the less holy part of the holy land. Palestinian Christians, both in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, are preparing to have festive celebrations despite the Israeli occupation’s repressive restrictions which have prevented most of them from getting to Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus Christ, to celebrate with their fellow Palestinians in the West Bank. Read more about Christmas in Gaza: Two Narratives
I am a Palestinian. Hath not a Palestinian eyes? hath not a Palestinian hands, organs, dimensions, senses, affections, passions? fed with the same food, hurt with the same weapons, subject to the same diseases, healed by the same means, warmed and cooled by the same winter and summer, as an Israeli Jew is? If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die? and if you wrong us, shall we not revenge? If we are like you in the rest, we will resemble you in that. Read more about Are we not humans?
Talking Palestine: A diary from London of a life hugely shaped by being Palestinian. Read more about Talking Palestine
Why hasn’t Israel’s murder of Mustafa Tamimi sparked mass unrest? Read more about Can the Palestinians revolt?
Why Palestinians are increasingly dissatisfied with their political leadership and why this leadership is considered an obstacle on the road toward liberation. Read more about Telling off Palestinian leadership for being "idiots"
Debating with the passion of a “dispossessed” Palestinian, Said makes a few crucial points on the Zionist claims to the land, the occupation of Palestine, and mobilization against the Israeli occupation. Read more about Edward Said on claims to the land and the occupation of Palestine
How Western press tries to divert attention from the real suffering that should be addressed in Gaza resulting from Israel’s inhuman policy toward the Palestinians. Issues like “abuse of Gaza women’s rights” and “the rising middle class” are quite ridiculous to deal with at a time when the people of the Gaza Strip, both wealthy and poor, are woken from their sleep by Israeli warplanes bombing their neighborhoods. Read more about Western press and addressing grievances in Gaza
According to the Palestine Papers, Saeb Erekat, the so-called chief Palestinian negotiator, once stated, “”If someone sneezes in Tel Aviv, I get the flu in Jericho.” That was probably the only thing that makes sense Erekat ever said regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Except it wasn’t actually true, unless we think of Erekat, at the moment he made that statement, as every Palestinian in Gaza and replace “Jericho” with “Gaza”. So “if someone sneezes in Tel Aviv, Palestinians in Gaza were soon to be blame for it.” Read more about Blame the Gazans— Punish them
This is a personal account of one night I had to spend in the dark due to one of the night power cuts which Gaza’s populations has been bound to suffer from since Israel imposed its overall blockade on Gaza in mid-2006. Read more about Reading "Anne Frank" in Gaza