Human Rights Watch frames armed resistance as “war crimes.” Read more about Could ICC try Palestinians while Israel gets away with murder?
Pro-Israel censor Neera Tanden proposed looting Libya and assaulted Faiz Shakir, a future employee of Bernie Sanders. Read more about Is Biden’s pick for major budget post Islamophobic?
Trump plan is logical outcome of all previous US administration policies. Read more about Palestine is (still) the issue
A sweeping survey of 14 years regional upheaval and human suffering in Patrick Cockburn’s Chaos & Caliphate. Read more about The West's "wreck and ruin" strategy in the Middle East
BDS vote a test of field’s complicated relationship with Middle East. Read more about Can anthropology overcome its imperial past?
Can the foreign policy of the 99 percent prevail over the foreign policy of the one percent? Read more about A "grand bargain" between Saudi Arabia and Iran?
They Do Not Exist resists Israeli denial of Palestinian life. Read more about Early classic of Palestinian resistance cinema reemerges
Abdel-Alim Da’na, a leader of the PFLP and a professor at Palestine Polytechnic University in Hebron, speaks to Ben Lorber about his experience in Israel’s prisons. Read more about Former prisoner, PFLP leader: hunger strike "made revolution in the prisons"
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