Steven Salaita condemns “meek platitudes of civility” in a recent speech. Read more about Professor fired over Gaza tweets speaks out
A Canada-based pediatric neurologist in Gaza discusses the long-term needs of hospitals, besieged and bombed by Israel, plus other stories. Read more about Isolate Israel "at every level," urges Palestinian-Canadian physician in Gaza
More than 100 dead, hundreds injured and medical supplies “are exhausted,” says Gaza doctor. Also, a report by Rami Almeghari on the aftermath of Israeli airstrikes; and Nader Ihmoud reports from Chicago, as demonstrations erupt worldwide. Read more about "The number keeps rising": Dr. Mona El-Farra on Gaza assault
Rami Almeghari was a hundred meters away from a drone attack that killed two Palestinian motorcyclists earlier today. Read more about EI's Gaza correspondent witnesses Israeli drone attack
The murder of 16-year-old Muhammed Abu Khudair was “a culmination of several weeks of incitement by the Israeli political establishment and the Israeli public,” says a Jerusalem resident. Read more about Jerusalem “angry and determined” after Palestinian teen’s brutal murder
University of Michigan students engage in a sit-in after the student government tables a divestment vote “indefinitely”; Max Geller of Northeastern SJP talks about repression of student activism by the administration and right-wing groups; and a report from Gaza during Israeli Apartheid Week. Read more about US students resist repression of Palestine solidarity on campus
David Sheen explains the heightened racist treatment of African asylum-seekers in Israel; a report from Gaza after an Israeli drone strike kills two Palestinians; Amnesty International condemns “trigger-happy” Israeli soldiers; and music by Revolution Makers. Read more about Israel's ramped-up racist attacks on African refugees: "it's scariest when no one objects"
A report from the Gaza Strip as Palestinians celebrate Valentine’s Day, Palestinian activists determined to remain on land in the Jordan Valley, an interview with Anarchists Against the Wall’s Uri Gordon, and a film review. Read more about "We won’t turn our backs": Palestinian activists determined to remain in Ein Hijleh
Also in this week’s podcast: Rami Almeghari reports from flooded Gaza and Sarah Irving reads her review of the new documentary Flying Paper. Read more about Steven Salaita on how ASA boycott vote "shifts the rules" for engaging on Palestine
Michael Deas of the Palestinian National BDS Committee assesses the eight years of boycott victories since the initial call by Palestinian civil society in 2005. Read more about BDS campaigner: "Israel no longer the attractive investment that it once was"
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