Anti-Semites remain among Israel’s closest supporters and most fervent cheerleaders. Read more about Israel embarrassed by its Holocaust-denying allies in Poland
Counter-demonstrators attacked last year’s event marking the anniversary of the dispossession of Palestine Read more about Despite threats, students to commemorate Nakba at Tel Aviv University
Israel’s law against equating its foundation with ethnic cleansing mimics Arizona’s ban on Mexican studies. Read more about Let's unite our struggles to challenge legacies of US and Israeli ethnic cleansing
Litigation on the part of the Palestinian minority in Israel and their rights requires the consideration of an especially complex situation. Read more about Can rights be won in Israel's courts?
Thousands of Palestinians marched to destroyed villages and called for the return of Palestinian refugees. Read more about Palestinians assert right to return on Israeli "Independence Day"
Human rights groups in Israel are protesting the new Israeli law passed yesterday which “prohibits boycott of businesses, universities, and social and cultural institutions based in Israel and the illegal settlements, and imposes heavy financial sanctions against civil society organizations and businesses that participate in boycotts.” Read more about Rights groups: anti-boycott law "effectively a legal annexation of W. Bank"
A review of the history of modern Palestine reflects a startling image of the conquest and colonization of traditional indigenous lands settled by the US. Read more about From Palestine to Tucson, solidifying the bonds of solidarity
As nationalist parties and festivals were held throughout Israel to mark the country’s Independence Day on 10 May, several thousand Palestinians and their supporters held a commemoration of their own in the Galilee, demanding the right to return to their ancestral villages and homes. Read more about Thousands of Palestinians in Israel march to return
Adalah: The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel has submitted a petition to the Israeli High Court demanding that the government overturn its recent decision to criminalize commemoration of the Nakba — the ethnic cleansing and expulsion of 800,000 Palestinians before, during and after Israel declared itself a state in 1948. Read more about Palestinian rights group submits petition to Israeli High Court to reverse "Nakba Law"