Abdel-Alim Da’na, a leader of the PFLP and a professor at Palestine Polytechnic University in Hebron, speaks to Ben Lorber about his experience in Israel’s prisons. Read more about Former prisoner, PFLP leader: hunger strike "made revolution in the prisons"
It takes some chutzpah — or, at least, epic self-delusion — for Israel’s prime minister to be lecturing the Arab world on liberalism and democracy at this moment. Read more about Netanyahu shattering the myth of Israeli democracy
No misinterpretation of international law can override Palestinians’ right to free movement in and out of Egypt. Read more about Time for people power to open Rafah crossing
How do the ongoing protests in Tel Aviv relate to the larger regional turmoil? What do the protests say about the current state of Zionism, and what do they mean for the occupation of Palestine? Read more about In Tel Aviv, an Arab Spring that ignores the Arabs
Since the start of the Arab uprisings in January, Palestinians have been hotly debating how they can break out of their own political impasse and rebuild their national movement. Read more about Where is the Palestinian Tahrir Square?
Israel and the international community have deployed multiple deterrent tactics to try to thwart the Gaza Freedom Flotilla. But is it working? Ewa Jasiewicz comments for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about The story of the flotilla is not over
This week, hundreds of activists plan on challenging Israel’s apartheid apartheid by flying in to Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv as part of the “Welcome to Palestine” initiative. Heraclitis once stated that “There is nothing permanent except change,” and indeed human history is a chronicle of change — and the Welcome to Palestine project follows that tradition. Read more about Challenging Israeli apartheid -- by plane
The Arab rebellions are being created by the social movement — by the people — in all its currents and forces that seek change; in other words, by the great majority of the peoples in revolt. Ameer Makhoul writes from Gilboa Prison. Read more about The rebellions of our peoples make us stronger
A review of the history of modern Palestine reflects a startling image of the conquest and colonization of traditional indigenous lands settled by the US. Read more about From Palestine to Tucson, solidifying the bonds of solidarity
Final preparations are underway for the next big flotilla to Gaza, which is scheduled to occur in late June. The US Boat to Gaza will take part in the largest planned fleet yet, with an estimated 1,000 passengers from an array of countries collaborating to break Israel’s blockade. Read more about US activists prepare to break Israel's blockade on Gaza