A photo journal from my time as a Palestinian foreign student at an Israeli university in the 1970s. Read more about I returned to a home I never knew
Camp David accords (1978)
Gentle nudging of Israel by its allies won’t change its brutal course. Read more about A half-century of pointless peace talks
Two new books examine the connections between Black activism in the US and the struggle for Palestine’s freedom. Read more about Malcolm X meets the freedom fighters of Palestine
The trip from Gaza to Cairo is arduous and fraught for Palestinians under heavy Egyptian regime restrictions. Read more about Crossing to Cairo: a Palestinian diary
American diplomats were so eager to please Israel that they became “more royalist than the King.” Read more about Book review: Rashid Khalidi shows how US got hired as Israel's lawyer
Egypt’s policies toward Gaza are a barometer of the country’s foreign policy independence since the fall of Mubarak. Read more about Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood has reneged on promises to Palestine
Palestinians in Gaza are being collectively punished for an attack in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula that left 16 border guards dead. Read more about Why are we in Gaza being punished for Egypt border guard killings?
“Peace agreements” with Israeli apartheid affect the people of neighboring Jordan and Egypt, who become consumers of Israeli products rather than producing their own. Read more about "Where do I sign?"
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