Olive trees — a source of income for 100,000 Palestinian households in the West Bank — are frequently vandalized. Read more about Israeli forces fail to probe 83 percent of settler violence cases -- rights group
Many farmers could not irrigate their trees during the Israeli assault, leading to sharp drop in harvest. Read more about Gaza olive harvest hit hard by war
The olive is Palestine’s staple crop, but harvesting it has become fraught with danger. Read more about Olive harvest in Palestine - photos and video
Eight Jewish-only communities surrounding Tarshiha have been allocated considerably more resources than its indigenous Palestinians. Read more about Olive trees burned as anti-Palestinian incitement grips Galilee
A new infographic by Visualizing Palestine dramatically depicts the destruction of New York City’s most famous public space. Read more about What would Israeli occupation look like in Central Park?
Settler violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank has risen 40 percent since 2010, and 165 percent since 2009, according to the UN. Protesting a wave of settler attacks on her home and property, one elderly Palestinian woman in Hebron went on hunger strike. Read more about Hebron woman goes on hunger strike over settler attacks
Zionism’s cultural appropriation of indigenous Palestinian folklore and cuisine – such as hummus, falafel and maftoul – as “Israeli” has long irked Palestinians. Now, Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank are attempting to steal perhaps the most important symbol and source of economic sustenance for rural Palestinians: olive oil and olive culture. Read more about Hummus and falafel are already "Israeli." Now they're coming for Palestine's olive oil too