New album by Haidar Eid reflections on emotions under blockade, Israeli attacks and apartheid. Read more about Gaza Blues: Hymns of love, death and resistance
“The rubble from our house is still there,” says Gaza-based writer, editor and educator Refaat Alareer. Read more about Listen: Year since Gaza attack has been "a slow death"
Forty-one executive officers at the University of Illinois are calling for fired professor’s reinstatement. Read more about Senator emailed Illinois Chancellor Phyllis Wise over Salaita firing
Hebrew University of Jerusalem may have given misleading information when applying for EU grants. Read more about Has Israeli college in East Jerusalem deceived its EU donors?
Joe Mantegna will team with Israeli weapons manufacturer to raise funds for Friends of the IDF. Read more about Hollywood actor auctioning rifles to fundraise for Israeli army
West Bank has four skate parks — with one more on the way. Read more about Watch: Skateboards bring joy to lives blighted by occupation
Shafik Radwan says the constant presence of faces in his work is unintentional. Read more about Gaza artist names deeply personal show after youngest daughter
Onerous Israeli restrictions leave Gaza unable to rise from war’s ruins, Israeli group says. Read more about Why has there been almost no reconstruction in Gaza?
Cornel West, Angela Davis and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors among 1,000 historic call for solidarity, joint struggle. Read more about Palestinian liberation is “key matter of our time,” say Black leaders
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
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