Every 30 March Palestinians commemorate the 1976 expropriation by Israel of vast tracts of land in the Galilee and the killing of six protestors. Read more about Amnesty warns Israel against “violent crackdown” on Land Day
New UN statistics render Israeli politician’s annexation plan impossible. Read more about UN says 300,000 Palestinians in mooted Israeli annexation area
Israel’s Prawer plan aims to forcibly displace up to 50,000 Palestinian Bedouins in the Naqab desert, confiscate 800,000 dunums of land, and confine the Bedouins to one percent of the land. Palestinian across the country are calling for a day of “Anger Strike” and plan to take to the streets in their thousands. Read more about Palestinian national strike to stop Israel's "Prawer plan" ethnic cleansing
Residents of Beit Safafa, near Jerusalem, are resisting a settler highway that would cause irreparable harm to their village. Read more about Israeli highway hits Palestinian village "like a tsunami"
Jamal Juma’ of the Stop the Wall campaign talks about grassroots Palestinian resistance to Israel’s escalating colonization project. Read more about Podcast: "Israel's drunk with power," says Stop the Wall's Jamal Juma'
Camel’s milk is used as a traditional remedy. Read more about Israel's land theft means Gaza camels have few places to graze
Saeed Amireh tells The Electronic Intifada about Nilin village’s decade of struggle against Israel’s wall and where the movement must go next. Read more about The future of Palestine's grassroots struggle: Nilin activist Saeed Amireh interviewed
In our first podcast: Updates on the collective Palestinian hunger strikes in Israeli jails, stories of land confiscation and home evictions from around the West Bank, news from the BDS movement, and Ali Abunimah discusses three important videos we published this week. Read more about Podcast: This week in EI headlines - 26 April 2012
In a unique protest action in the threatened village of al-Walaja, residents and local artists harnessed the power of music, theater, dance and poetry. Read more about Al-Walajah village explores theater as a form of resistance
Surrounded on all sides by an Israeli settlement, a fence, walls and gates, the Gharib family’s situation is one of the most extreme and unsettling cases highlighting the effects of Israel’s illegal settlement building in the West Bank. Gharib died just days after this interview. Read more about "I will never give up our house": Sabri Gharib kept promise to resist Israeli settlement until his final day