Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua’s optimism and bitter humor worn down by daily racism. Read more about A Palestinian writer's damning dispatches from Israel
Palestinians in Israel
Bedouin communities in the Naqab desert face forcible transfer and urbanization. Read more about "We want to stay"
Israel subjects journalist to 40 days of abusive interrogation under gag order. Read more about Israel incorporates British colonial rules into its law
Israel’s new defense minister has previously urged a “thorough cleansing” in Gaza. Read more about Will Lieberman order a new attack on Gaza?
Case against Haifa theater highlights Israeli government restraints on Palestinian expression. Read more about Israel steps up war on Palestinian culture
Father Gabriel Naddaf has been a divisive figure who Palestinians say is helping Israel stoke Christian-Muslim tensions. Read more about Palestinian priest accused of harassing men he helped recruit for Israel
Dareen Tatour is committed to keep using poetry as a form of protest. Read more about Israel puts poet under house arrest
Our struggles are inseparable from the struggle against capitalism and imperialism. Read more about From Palestine to Honduras, every day is Land Day
Palestinians in Israel insist they have a key role to play in the BDS movement. Read more about Braving threats, Palestinians in Israel revive boycott
Recently deceased writer Salman Natour criticized military service that Israel imposed on the Druze community. Read more about Preserving memory amid a war that still rages
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