Chief prosecutor is unswayed by Israel-aligned legal arguments but indictments, trials are a long way off. Read more about ICC boosts Palestinians' quest for justice
Religious freedom expert ignores own warnings about Israel censorship. Read more about UN report gives Israel free hand to smear BDS movement
Noam Chomsky appears less hostile to the boycott of Israel than he was in his notorious 2014 article for The Nation. Read more about Chomsky and Pappe clash on "solutions" for Palestine in new book
On the anniversary of Balfour declaration, Mahmoud Abbas came with another declaration competing with Balfour’s. This is my reflections on both. Read more about Despite Abbas and Balfour, we will return to our homes in Palestine
In a statement to the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre in London, CEMEX tries to reason away its complicity in various violations of international law by Israel in the West Bank and the Golan Heights. Read more about CEMEX tries to reason away complicity in Israeli violations of international law
The Palestinian Boycott National Committee (BNC), the steering group of the international boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) campaign, has issued further guidance in the run up to the Palestinian Authority’s effort to gain UN membership for a “State of Palestine” in September. Read more about How Palestinian Authority's UN "statehood" bid endangers Palestinian rights
Palestinian youth are asking how the popular democratic uprisings in Arab countries can inform their national struggle. They launched the first intifada in 1987 and fueled the second intifada in 2000, and they believe they have a role to play in the Arab youth uprisings calling for democratic changes. Palestinian political and civil society organizations are also seeking answers to this question. The answers cannot be found abroad; they can only be found in an understanding of the Palestinian condition, which differs significantly to that of Arab states. Read more about Toward a "Palestinian Spring"