America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
In Israel it is common to attack dissenting organizations as foreign-funded, yet a look the funding of the Israeli right reveals an apparatus likely unsustainable without US donors. Read more about Who's really funding the Israeli right?
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 2015
Randi Weingarten, president of 1.5 million-strong teachers union, leads Israel propaganda tours and promotes J Street’s anti-Palestinian agenda. Read more about Why is the American Federation of Teachers promoting Israeli apartheid?
Video shows soldiers in full combat gear, armed with rifles and hand grenades, photographing and interrogating children as young as four. Read more about Video: Israeli night raids on sleeping Palestinian children
By looking at Palestine’s past, book offers vision for future. Read more about Israeli portrait of rose-tinted past gives way to rage at settlers
Palestinian activists establish kindergarten to fight settler takeover of Hebron neighborhood.
Read more about Keeping Palestinian identity alive in Hebron
Roberta Moore and Robert De Jonge to be sentenced in March. Read more about Jewish Defense League thugs found guilty of assault at Palestine event in London
Violent incidents against West Bank schools tripled over the past two years. Read more about School near Nablus repeatedly attacked by Israel
Haneen Zoabi is accused of “incitement,” although Israeli politicians regularly call for the bloodshed of Palestinians. Read more about Israel bans Palestinian lawmaker Haneen Zoabi from parliament
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