A solution can be clinched within the coming decade, according to the son of an Israeli military chief. Read more about Palestine freedom battle "will be won": interview with author Miko Peled
Is it really “popular resistance” when Palestinians are sometimes outnumbered by Israeli activists at weekly demonstrations? Read more about How obsession with "nonviolence" harms the Palestinian cause
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine. Read more about The Month in Pictures: April 2012
A year ago on January 23, 14-year-old Islam Dar Ayoub Tamimi was arrested at gunpoint after the Israeli army surrounded his house at around 1:30am. A few days before, on January 17, Islam’s house was one of many in the village of Nabi Saleh that were raided by the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF), where the soldiers then proceeded to take pictures of all males over the age of 12. Read more about Israel's interrogation of Islam Dar Ayyoub Tamimi, age 14: video reveals rights abuses
A video and written account shows two Israelis, “Shai” and “Doron” being subjected to the kind of abuse by Israeli soldiers more usually reserved for Palestinians. Read more about Video: Israelis arrested in Nabi Saleh subjected to "Palestinian" treatment by occupation soldiers
Nariman Tamimi must not be characterized as just the jailed grassroots activist Bassem’s wife. Linah Alsaafin interviews for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about "EU must do more than pay lip-service": Nariman Tamimi interviewed
Every child has a right to a childhood. The Nabi Saleh children are denied this right. Linah Alsaafin describes one Friday afternoon in the occupied West Bank village. Read more about Flying kites before the tear gas
Popular resistance organizer Bassem Tamimi, from the occupied West Bank village of Nabi Saleh, will be put on trial in an Israeli military court this Sunday. Read more about Trial of grassroots activist Bassem Tamimi to begin Sunday
Grassroots activist Bassem Tamimi was arrested at his West Bank village of Nabi Saleh on 25 March and has been in detention ever since. Last January, The Electronic Intifada contributor Max Blumenthal interviewed Tamimi about the village’s popular struggle against the occupation, of which he and his wife and brother have been central figures. Read more about Bassem Tamimi: "Our destiny is to resist"
Public servant Bassem Mohammed al-Tamimi is from al-Nabi Saleh, a small village about 20 kilometers northwest of Ramallah. As coordinator of the local Popular Committee, Tamimi has played a leading role in al-Nabi Saleh’s demonstrations against the nearby illegal Israeli settlement and military base of Halamish. Jody McIntyre interviewed al-Tamimi for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about "We need to nationalize the resistance"
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