Double standard on terrorism prevails in newspaper’s coverage of Palestinians. Read more about New York Times editor says attack on soldiers "felt like terrorism"
Israel lobby campaign against Nadia Shoufani seen as test for free speech. Read more about Canadian teacher fights suspension after Palestine speech
His lawyer says 14-year-old Ahmad Manasra did not carry out stabbing that injured two Israelis. Read more about Israeli court convicts boy who was mocked on video as he lay injured
Twin remembers slain brother, the first victim of Israel’s 2014 aggression. Read more about A life without a shadow
No one is entitled to strip Palestinians of their right to resistance and self-defense. Read more about Why is the UN telling Palestinians to protect their occupiers?
Palestinians should no longer accept demands that they abandon the right to resist from those who purport to support their struggle. Read more about How UN's Ban Ki-moon and Oxfam undermine Palestinian right to resist
The attacks are feeding a sense in Israel that its ground assault on Gaza is turning into a disaster and there are indications that Israeli anger and frustration are being taken out with even more deliberate killings of Palestinian civilians. Read more about Daring and lethal Palestinian raids from Gaza sap Israeli morale
Even though it is still mercilessly killing civilians in Gaza, Israel has, in political and strategic terms, already lost the “war” it launched on Gaza on the false pretext of stopping rockets. Read more about Israel is being defeated in Gaza as it was in Lebanon
Eight members of a single family, the youngest six months old, were killed when a missile struck their home. Read more about Bloody Friday: 12 children among dozens killed in Israel's merciless slaughter
In recent months, the actions of the PA and statements of its head, Mahmoud Abbas, have polarized and angered Palestinians like never before. Read more about The Palestinian Authority stands in the way of the Palestinian struggle