Did the Irvine 11 really “shut down” Michael Oren? Or did he simply have better things to do than finish his engagement with a packed auditorium of avid pro-Israel supporters? Read more about How Kobe Bryant blows a hole in the Irvine 11 prosecution's case
In an interview with The Electronic Intifada contributor Max Blumenthal, agronomist and Palestinian rights activist Rami Zurayk described how 150 representatives of Palestinian factions and refugee groups gathered to wrangle over the nascent May 15 movement’s language and long-term strategy. Read more about Interview: Planning the Nakba Day movement in Lebanon
Grassroots activist Bassem Tamimi was arrested at his West Bank village of Nabi Saleh on 25 March and has been in detention ever since. Last January, The Electronic Intifada contributor Max Blumenthal interviewed Tamimi about the village’s popular struggle against the occupation, of which he and his wife and brother have been central figures. Read more about Bassem Tamimi: "Our destiny is to resist"
The recent murder of Hussam Rwidy, a Palestinian, by Jewish youths allegedly shouting “Death to Arabs” has highlighted the link between racist incitement and violence. The underlying ideology that fuels this hatred is Jewish nationalism, as Max Blumenthal and Joseph Dana argue. Read more about Facing up to Jewish nationalism and racist violence
While the cause of the fire has not been established, it has laid bare the myths of Israel’s foundation. Read more about The Carmel wildfire is burning all illusions in Israel
Having been stripped of parliamentary privileges for participating in the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, Haneen Zoabi describes the “fascist atmosphere” inside Israel. Max Blumenthal interviews for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Haneen Zoabi: The largest threat to Zionism is democracy
Muhammad Totah is one of three Palestinian legislators staging a sit-in to protest Israel’s decision to expel them from Jerusalem. In an interview with The Electronic Intifada contributor Max Blumenthal, he details the Israeli government’s plan for mass deportations of Palestinian citizens of Israel. Read more about "They want us to be loyal to the occupation": Muhammad Totah interviewed
With unfettered access to Norman Finkelstein during the most dramatic stage of his career, American Radical: the trials of Norman Finkelstein directors David Ridgen and Nicolas Rossier provide a compelling look at one of the most roundly vilified academics in recent American history. Max Blumenthal reviews the new documentary for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Review: Finkelstein's transformation to victim hero in "American Radical"
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