Unlike The New York Times, Latin America’s media can be trenchant in criticizing Israeli aggression. Read more about Mothers of the disappeared in Latin America feel Gaza's pain
It cannot be mere coincidence that the University of Illinois’ heavy-handed action targeted a Palestinian-American scholar and an American Indian Studies program. Read more about Why aren’t we talking about racism and colonialism in the Salaita affair?
“Now, our battle to hold Israel accountable for its fresh war crimes and crimes against humanity has begun,” say Palestinians in Gaza. Read more about From Gaza we say: the outcome of our battle depends on you
University boss Phyllis Wise sits on the board of Nike, a firm that does business with West Bank settlement firms Read more about Salaita firing shows where Zionism meets neoliberalism at US universities
Double standards applied to Steven Salaita shows how Israel trumps free speech on campus. Read more about Is criticizing Israel worse than murder at the University of Illinois?
The attacks on Gaza have led to a flood of inquiries about how Canadians can assist Israel’s military, according to one Zionist group. Read more about Canada's tax-deductible support for Israel's crimes
Palestine would be an unprecedented political and legal challenge to the court but there’s no shortage of evidence of Israeli crimes. Read more about What would happen if Palestine joined the International Criminal Court?
It is vital that we do not cooperate with the Israeli authorities. Read more about Gaza reminds us of Zionism's original sin
Inaccurate reporting by Jerusalem bureau chief harms the work of human rights group documenting Israeli war crimes. Read more about By undermining human rights workers in Gaza, New York Times strengthens Israeli impunity
Leader of campaign against scholar Steven Salaita should be disqualified as an authority on academic freedom. Read more about The Salaita case and Cary Nelson’s use of “academic freedom” to silence dissent