CEO now blames Israel — not BDS — for loss of Palestinian jobs. Read more about SodaStream “factory of peace” remains a myth
Desmond Tutu is supporting calls for divestment from companies that abet Israeli apartheid. Read more about Will US churches help bring down Israel's prison walls?
The Palestinian Authority is confiscating privately-owned agricultural land in the West Bank to build industrial parks. Read more about Leaked documents show PA outsourced Palestinian land and rights to Turkish firm
Israeli control and major donors prioritizing their relationship with Israel prevent the delivering effective aid to Palestinians living under occupation. Read more about Why aid projects in Palestine are doomed to fail
The economic bubble in the West Bank will burst, and instead of working to remove Israeli restrictions, the Palestinian Authority continues to push for investments in the private sector. Read more about Bubble in aid-dependent West Bank bound to burst, say economists
Romney’s comments only the latest racist attacks targeting Palestinians in the long US presidential campaign. Some responses worth reading. Read more about Mitt Romney, Palestinian culture and white supremacism: responses worth reading
Hundreds of thousands of families — from Palestinians to Southeast Asian migrant workers to African refugees — are being fractured by Israel’s racist laws which seek to limit the number of non-Jews in the country. Read more about Israel blocks mother from visiting her own daughters
On Tuesday, Gaza disappeared from the world’s telecommunication networks for between 12 and 18 hours. This was an anxious time for both Gaza’s residents and those trying to contact friends, colleagues and loved ones from the outside. Read more about Unexplained Gaza communications "blackout" highlights Israeli control of networks