The Palestinian Authority has acted as a subcontractor for Israel. Read more about Outsourcing the occupation
Some journalists act as a marketing assistants for Israel’s weapons industry. Read more about Press gives Israel pretext to attack Gaza
Israel’s apologists have a new line: if you don’t buy products made in Israeli settlements, then you’ll put Palestinians who make them out of a job. Read more about Boycott and Zionists’ crocodile tears for Palestinian workers
About one-tenth of all EU trade with Israel may pass through the diamond center of Antwerp, so it’s no surprise that the West is keeping mum on how diamond sales finance crimes against the Palestinian people. Read more about Are diamonds Israel's best friend?
Despite rumors of tension, the UK and other EU countries have agreed that Israel may “own” the West Bank. Read more about "Bickering" Britain accommodates Israeli settlements
What books should a Palestine solidarity activist bring on vacation? David Cronin briefly reviews five titles. Read more about Summer reading on Palestine
All too aware of how bad association with war crimes is for business, the diamond industry has taken pains to evade questions about its connections with Israel’s human rights abuses — and so far has escaped scrutiny from watchdog organizations. Read more about The diamond industry's double-standard on Israel