Lebanon has granted immunity from prosecution to the perpetrators of the September 1982 massacres. Read more about Why have the killers of Sabra and Shatila escaped justice?
Sabra and Shatila massacre
Benjamin Netanyahu was wrong to claim that Israel has no public squares named after killers of civilians. Read more about How Israel honors the murderers in its midst
Illustration by artist Nidal El-Khairy for The Electronic Intifada. Read more about Sabra and Shatila: a recurring nightmare
Seeing Israel slaughter other people’s infants is hard enough. Read more about Why I vowed not to have children in Gaza
What Sharon’s victims deserved, and never received, was justice and restitution. Read more about After glorification of Sharon, only boycott can reveal Israel's truth
A UN insider says that Ban Ki-moon’s statement “brings the UN’s obsequiousness towards Israel to a new high and the UN’s standing in the Middle East to a new low.” Read more about On the UN Secretary-General’s praise for mass killer Ariel Sharon as a “hero”
Almost 65 years after the Nakba, Palestinian refugees are still being displaced and denied their right of return. Read more about To where should we return?
A survivor of the 1982 Sabra and Shatila massacre in Lebanon recounts the three days of horror in Beirut refugee camps. Read more about “They shot my father in the head”: interview with survivor of Sabra and Shatila massacre
My reflections on the verdict of Vik’s murderers which came as we were commemorating the 30th anniversary of Sabra and Shatila. Read more about Justice for Vittorio in Gaza, but Israeli impunity continues
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon aren’t exactly holding their breath over the upcoming bid to have an independent Palestinian state voted into the United Nations. Read more about Palestinian refugees in Lebanon eye statehood bid with skepticism