Is The Onion’s coverage more honest than The New York Times? Read more about Passive media whitewash Israel’s massacre in Gaza
Will the Palestinian Authority’s attempt to join the International Criminal Court help bring Israeli leaders to justice for war crimes? Read more about Palestine and the ICC: Watch Ali Abunimah and Phyllis Bennis on Democracy Now!
As a military commander Noam Tibon has overseen unlawful killings in the occupied West Bank. Read more about Has Israel appointed a war criminal to probe civilian deaths in Gaza?
Ali Abunimah debates Jonathan Tobin of the far-right anti-Palestinian publication Commentary on Democracy Now today about Israel’s settlements and Jim Crow. Read more about WATCH: Ali Abunimah and Commentary's Jonathan Tobin debate Israel's settlements, Jim Crow on Democracy Now
In an interview on Democracy Now, Norman Finkelstein renewed his attack on Palestinians and the BDS movement in strident terms. A response. Read more about Finkelstein renews attack on BDS “cult,” calls Palestinians who pursue their rights “criminal”
The Electronic Intifada’s Ali Abunimah appeared on Democracy Now this morning to discuss Israel’s extrajudicial executions and attacks in Gaza and reports of a ceasefire, Hillary Clinton’s support for armed struggle, the ongoing hunger strike of Hana al-Shalabi, now in its 27th day and the Harvard One-State Conference. Read more about Video: Ali Abunimah discusses Gaza attacks, Hillary Clinton, Hana Shalabi on Democracy Now
Democracy Now today aired a brief video clip of Khader Adnan, who is now in his 65th day of hunger strike against his detention without charge or trial by Israel. Read more about In brief video clip, hunger striker Khader Adnan speaks out from hospital bed
Does the Palestinian Authority’s UN bid advance or undermine Palestinian rights? Ali Abunimah of The Electronic Intifada and Mouin Rabbani of the Institute for Palestine Studies and the webzine Jadaliyya discuss its merits on Democracy Now. Read more about Does UN bid advance Palestinian struggle? Ali Abunimah and Mouin Rabbani on Democracy Now!