Gentle nudging of Israel by its allies won’t change its brutal course. Read more about A half-century of pointless peace talks
BDS pressure is only “window of hope” for Palestinians in the besieged territory. Read more about Gaza and the failure of the national project
Document reflects deep changes in thinking within Islamist resistance movement. Read more about What's behind Hamas' new charter?
New book by historian Ilan Pappe debunks myth of Jewish and democratic state. Read more about Dismantling the distortion about Israel
Mahmoud Abbas consolidates grip on movement as looming crises facing Palestinians are left unaddressed. Read more about Fatah votes to keep its head in sand
Collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between South Africa under white rule and present-day Israel. Read more about What makes Israeli apartheid "special"?
Israeli leader lauded as peacemaker left legacy of conflict and suffering. Read more about Shimon Peres from the perspective of his victims
Palestinian Authority inaction leaves residents with no recourse and vulnerable to disease. Read more about West Bank villagers suffer from sewer politics
There’s no shortage of water, it’s just that Israel doesn’t let Palestinians access it. Read more about Israel's hydro-apartheid keeps West Bank thirsty
Gaza’s fishermen are just trying to make a living, so why does Israel frequently shoot and arrest them? Read more about Suffocated at sea