Is it really “popular resistance” when Palestinians are sometimes outnumbered by Israeli activists at weekly demonstrations? Read more about How obsession with "nonviolence" harms the Palestinian cause
Today Ameer Makhoul, a Palestinian civil society leader from Haifa, marks his 54th birthday in an Israeli prison. Read more about Solidarity greetings from Ameer Makhoul, who spends 54th birthday today in Israeli prison cell
Palestinian political prisoner Ameer Makhoul provides an insider’s take on the historic mass hunger strike in Israeli prisons. Read more about How hunger strikers "tied the hands of the occupation": a view from Israeli prison
Turkey has indicted four Israeli commanders for their role in the killing of nine humanitarians aboard the Mavi Marmara aid ship two years ago. Read more about Mavi Marmara indictments herald an end to Israeli impunity
Raymond McCartney, the former Irish hunger striker and current Member of Northern Ireland’s Legislative Assembly for Sinn Féin is the latest from Ireland to send a message of solidarity to Palestinian political prisoner Khader Adnan, who is entering his 63rd day of hunger strike protesting administrative detention, a policy started by the British and which is illegal under international law. Read more about Video: Raymond McCartney, former Irish hunger striker in message of support to Khader Adnan
Protests in solidarity with hunger striking Palestinian prisoner Khader Adnan made his plight impossible to ignore. Read more about Standing in solidarity with Khader Adnan
The Arab uprisings are serving Palestinian youth in much the same way solidarity with Palestinian intifadas historically served activists in other Arab countries. Read more about Who says Palestinian resistance is dead?
More than 30 nationwide chapters of Students for Justice in Palestine, along with interfaith activist communities, decry the convictions of the Irvine 11 while pledging to stand in firm solidarity with the students — and protesters everywhere who stand up against Israeli policies. Read more about Nationwide condemnation of Irvine 11 convictions by student and activist groups
The Fifth Circuit Court will hear the oral arguments for an appeal in the case of the Holy Land Five, the founders of the largest Muslim charity in the US who have been imprisoned under Patriot Act laws. Read more about Oral arguments begin in Holy Land Five's case for appeal
The Palestinian Authority cooperated with Israeli forces to host a fabricated “Peace and Freedom Day” rally in Nablus, while prohibiting local Palestinian tour guides from discussing politics with Kabbalist tourists from the US. Read more about Why was the PA hosting American Kabbalah tourists in Nablus?