Politics and culture of Western universities promote thinking over acting. Read more about Why are colleges "civil" to Israel?
Testing of surveillance technology on Palestinians ignored by Pegasus investigators. Read more about Spyware exposé lets Israel off the hook
From Gaza to Ohio to London, Heba Hayek writes her way through a diasporic existence. Read more about Sambac searches for “home in exile”
Azad Essa’s new book, Hostile Homelands, examines why the Indian government shifted its views on Palestine in favor of an alliance with Israel. Read more about Hostile ideologies: Hindutva and Zionism march hand in hand
Monumental new book details the long history of Zionist affinity with fascism. Read more about How Zionism helped the Nazis perpetrate the Holocaust
Julia Bacha’s documentary takes stock of anti-boycott legislation in the US and the individuals who have challenged it. Read more about The fight to Boycott is not over
Failure to note the continued occupation of Gaza, the illegality of Israeli settlements and the discrepancy in describing victims all add up to poor journalism. Read more about British newspaper reporting falls dramatically short on Palestine
In Ahmed Masoud’s novel, a woman sets out to uncover the mystery of her husband’s disappearance during the 2014 Shujaiya massacre. Read more about A murder-mystery set in Gaza, with a bookish bent
Birds surmount borders and barriers in Fadia’s Tree. Read more about In camp of despair, a life rooted in love
Why the resistance doesn’t give up its arms. Read more about What about Hamas?
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