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?
The parallels between the ongoing racial discrimination experienced by Black people in the US and the treatment of Palestinians can no longer be ignored. Read more about African Heritage delegation backs global resistance to Israel’s “21st century colonialism”
A government that purported to care about all its citizens would fight such stereotypes instead of spreading them. Read more about Israeli government spreads racist caricature of Arabs on Facebook, Twitter
Zionist “left” are as much to blame as the right for racist incitement against Palestinian citizens. Read more about In Israel, racism is the winning ballot
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?
Israel lobby-backed UCLA student body president Avinoam Baral concedes that the citations in divestment resolutions about Israel’s human rights violations are “ironclad.” Read more about Netanyahu win is “victory for BDS,” says UCLA's controversial pro-Israel student president
Since Netanyahu’s re-election victory, the talk of a deepening breach between the US and Israel has escalated. But will it translate into real action? Read more about Is Obama really going to get tough with Israel?
It is urgent to forsake old formulas for “peace” and start looking for just and viable alternatives. Read more about The messages from Israel's election
Analysis of the Israeli election results. Read more about Video: Ali Abunimah and Paul Jay on Israel's election
Netanyahu is like the “Nutrition Facts” label on a box of junk food: it tells you about the toxic ingredients inside. Read more about Why I'm relieved Netanyahu won
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