Sheerin al-Araj, a resident of al-Walaja village, is fighting tooth and nail against Israel’s encroaching settlement projects and the wall, which both continue to rapidly confiscate more village land. Read more about "Present absentee" keeps fighting against Israel's wall in al-Walaja
Diaries: Live from Palestine
Jimmy Johnson’s ironic report on a Zionist propaganda event at Wayne State University, which was protested by student activists. Read more about With campus propagandists like these, the satire writes itself
Thousands marked Palestinian Land Day in south Lebanon last Friday. Palestinian refugees and Lebanese supporters explain what Land Day means to them. Read more about "We are only guests in Lebanon" - Palestinians look homewards on Land Day
What kind of liberal democracy bars human rights activists in an attempt to stifle the truth about its behavior? Read more about Why did Israel stop me from visiting the West Bank?
When I heard that Israeli Sergeant Benjamin Anthony would be speaking at DePaul University in Chicago yesterday, I had one question for him: why did its army torture my friend? Read more about Asking Israel why it tortured my friend
Popular resistance leader Mousa Abu Maria shared an Israeli prison cell with Khader Adnan, now completing his 55th day of hunger strike. Abu Maria recalls Adnan’s leadership in organizing and educating prisoners in this interview for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Interview: Ex-prisoner reflects on friendship with Khader Adnan and his hunger strike for justice
Seventeen-year-old Haneen Abu Jalala died last month at an Israeli hospital from what her family says were complications from white phosphorous fired at their home three years ago. Read more about Is 17-year-old girl Cast Lead's latest victim?
A married couple, both former political prisoners from the occupied West Bank, recount their years in detention from Gaza, where the husband was deported to following last October’s prisoner swap. Read more about West Bank couple, deported to Gaza, recount difficult years in Israeli prison
Traveling back to Gaza, Fidaa Elaydi finally meets her uncle, who was released from Israeli jail as part of the prisoner swap in October. With his release, and the ability to spend time together, she says it changed the dynamic of her family. Read more about How my uncle in Gaza filled me with hope of return
Nadine Darwish felt a strong urge to do something when she saw Sabra hummus for sale in her school’s cafeteria, knowing Sabra’s mother company gives money to the Israeli army. Read more about I saw Sabra hummus for sale at my high school cafeteria and decided to act