Solidarity activists in London occupied a UK government building yesterday to demand an immediate end to arms sales to Israel. Read more about Activists occupy UK government building, demanding arms embargo on Israel
“Anarchists Against the Wall” indicates that no neat distinction can be drawn between the government and “ordinary” Israelis. Read more about Can occupiers struggle alongside the occupied?
This guide will help you or your organization generate the best live tweets possible in the shortest amount of time. Read more about An activist's guide to live tweeting
Some of the most vital concepts and skills can be best understood and developed by looking beyond the usual sources. Read more about Three books every Palestine activist should read that aren't about Palestine or activism
Recent protests against the expulsion of Bedouins indicate that some Palestinians are accepting the limits of liberal discourse rather than demanding national liberation. Read more about Resist Israel's unjust system, don't operate within it
The obsession both religious and secular parties have with what female activists wear is demeaning and perpetuates the treatment of women as objects rather than actors. Read more about Stop the obsession with what Palestinian women activists are wearing
Activists now have the backing and support of major civil rights and legal organizations if they are harassed, intimidated, singled out, or pressured to shut down activism campaigns. Read more about Essential legal resource for activists: The Palestine Solidarity Legal Support Initiative
I was accused of “visually and biographically resembling” a man named as a “terror” suspect in a US State Department report. Read more about Why did a rogue group of Occupy activists smear me with "terror" claim?
Activists in Scotland today scaled and occupied the roof of the Scottish Parliament to protest the Scottish government’s failure to condemn Israel’s attack on Gaza and to demand sanctions be imposed on Israel Read more about Activists occupy roof of Scottish Parliament to condemn weak stance on Gaza, demand sanctions
Campaigners staged a sit-in demonstration at the central London offices of security company G4S yesterday afternoon to protest the company’s supply of services and equipment to Israeli prisons and checkpoints, including the Erez checkpoint that forms part of Israel’s siege on Gaza Read more about "You can take action wherever you are:" G4S offices in London occupied over role in Gaza siege