Palestinian musician Reem Kelani explores the musical and political significance of an Arab Idol victory. Read more about Mohammed Assaf: champion of the people or the powerful?
With nobody to represent them, refugees will be in limbo until Palestine is free. Read more about War in Syria highlights vulnerability of Palestinian refugees
The recently deceased journalist lamented at how so many of her colleagues became stenographers, rather than interrogators. Read more about Helen Thomas: defender of democracy
Egyptian elite’s turn against the Palestinian people has deep roots in the peace treaty with Israel. Read more about Why are Egyptian media demonizing Palestinians?
Academic programming to promote Israel’s image abroad shows apartheid state’s desperation. Read more about "Hasbara" courses at Israeli universities exposed in new report
A well-respected Dutch civil society group believes that dialogue, not boycott, is the way forward. Read more about Why do charities want to "normalize" Israeli apartheid?
Despite their well-known hostility, the two men espouse the same views on some key issues. Read more about Dershowitz and Finkelstein: comrades at heart?
Spray-painted hate messages betray motivation behind attacks. Read more about Israel's racists step up attacks on Palestinian citizens
The Palestinian Authority will never achieve liberation so long as it remains subservient to Israel. Read more about Why PA's new prime minister heads a papier-mâché government
Reciprocal solidarity means we should seek our natural allies among the “wretched of the earth,” says Palestinian author Susan Abulhawa. Read more about The Palestinian struggle is a black struggle