The pain of people displaced by Zionist forces in 1948 remains vivid 70 years later. Read more about "Always on my mind"
What were the lessons learned from the 1987 uprising? Read more about "Stones, slingshots and organizing": Recalling the first intifada
Israeli-style surveillance and intimidation employed against journalists and social media users. Read more about Photojournalist flees persecution by Palestinian Authority
Mohammed Omer gives his readers an almost visceral sense of Israel’s assault. Read more about No room in Rafah's morgues
Soft news website published paid Israel propaganda packaged as journalism. Read more about Sheldon Adelson's BuzzFeed strategy won't fix Israeli apartheid
Abdel Bari Atwan was forced out of al-Quds al-Arabi after 25 years, but is bouncing back with a new online media project which launched in September. Read more about Gulf states and Israel won't silence me: journalist Abdel Bari Atwan
The Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre now focuses mainly on influencing elites. Read more about Is Israel lobby UK quitting battle for public opinion?
The recently deceased journalist lamented at how so many of her colleagues became stenographers, rather than interrogators. Read more about Helen Thomas: defender of democracy
James Harding, holder of the “most important” editorial job in Britain, has a history of supporting Zionism. Read more about Apologists for Israel take top posts at BBC
While attempting to reach Egypt with his wife’s medical records, EI’s Rami Almeghari found the way barred. Read more about Rafah crossing with Egypt still a prison gate for many Palestinians in Gaza
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