US would ignore Israel’s ongoing apartheid practices for Palestinian Americans with Gaza or West Bank identification. Read more about Podcast Ep 82: Will Visa Waiver Program allow Israel to keep racist entry policies?
Two representatives of the Jenin group have been prevented from entering Jordan. Read more about Freedom Theatre staff blocked from traveling
21-year-old college student Nerdeen Kiswani was denied entry to Palestine because of her activism in support of Palestinian rights. Read more about Listen: Israel blocks US citizen from visiting Palestine
During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities. Read more about Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?
“If I hadn’t gone on vacation, I’d still be teaching,” says Nour Joudah of her two-month ordeal. Read more about "They wanted me to list every young Palestinian that I knew," says Palestinian-American deported by Israel
Part 3: Here I write about the best part of my travel story — adventure in my forbidden homeland. Read more about A Night of Dreams: From Jericho to Jerusalem and Jaffa
West Bank trade remains largely isolated from global markets due to restrictions imposed on the movement of goods, according to a July 2011 study by the UN Conference on Trade and Development. Read more about Israel chokes Palestinian trade, says UN study
Gaza has Rafah Crossing, but the West Bank has the dreaded “jisr” or bridge. Read more about Crossing Borders
Abdelhai al-Khaldi and his family were among hundreds of thousands of Palestinians displaced by the 1967 war, or who emigrated afterwards in search of work. Al-Khaldi and his wife spoke of their life of displacement to The Electronic Intifada contributor Rami Almeghari. Read more about Gaza family exiled to Syria and Libya looks back
For Palestinians in Gaza, the answer to “Have you ever been to Jerusalem?” is usually a complicated one. Read more about Traveling to the other part of home