Mohammed Omer gives his readers an almost visceral sense of Israel’s assault. Read more about No room in Rafah's morgues
Journalist’s previous book, subjected to corporate media blackout, accurately predicted rise of Israel’s extreme right. Read more about Max Blumenthal's unflinching book on Gaza war must not be ignored
Noam Chomsky appears less hostile to the boycott of Israel than he was in his notorious 2014 article for The Nation. Read more about Chomsky and Pappe clash on "solutions" for Palestine in new book
Ran Greenstein offers fresh insights into the opposition against Israel’s state ideology. Read more about A century of challenges to Zionism
A new edition of Avi Shlaim’s book on the 1956 invasion of Egypt is solid, but not much has been updated. Read more about Israel's conspiracy to invade Nasser's Egypt
A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance. Read more about Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds
Ilan Pappe criticizes those who questioned Israel’s state ideology yet shunned political activism. Read more about A "post-mortem" on Israeli challenges to Zionism
The former UN special rapporteur on Palestine excoriates the pro-Israel bias of The New York Times in his new book. Read more about The moral clarity of Richard Falk
New book debunks decades of myths about 1967 occupation. Read more about Did Israel develop the doctrine behind Iraq invasion?
The Israeli author and academic lives in what he describes as “one of the most racist societies in the Western world.” Read more about How historian Shlomo Sand "stopped being a Jew"
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