“Roof-knocking” warning missiles led to civilian deaths in Gaza. Now US is using them in Iraq. Read more about US adopts lethal Israeli tactic to "protect" civilians
How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army? Read more about A guide to dialoguing with Palestinians
Whatever he says, if anything, in the next few hours, US President Barack Obama’s silence so far on the murders of three young Muslims already speaks volumes. Read more about Obama's silence on Chapel Hill murders already speaks volumes
Bank found liable for material support for terrorism after judge suppresses crucial evidence. Read more about Arab Bank to appeal verdict in US terror financing "show trial"
There is a pattern: acts of spectacular violence, predominantly by white men, are rarely termed “terrorist” even when all the evidence points in that direction. Read more about Why isn’t the government calling the LAX shooting “terrorism?”
David Harris-Gershon recounts attempting to meet “terrorist” who nearly killed his wife. Read more about Bombing victim's spouse acknowledges Palestinians' pain in new memoir
Even Shin Bet intelligence officers are presented as sympathetic in The Attack. Read more about A sanitized military occupation in Ziad Doueri's facile film on suicide bombing
Why are some acts of mass violence against civilians labeled “terrorism” and others not? Read more about Obama’s rush to judgment: Was the Boston bombing really a “terrorist” act?
I am getting sick of the idea that the Israeli army spokespersons are allowed to tweet wrong information, mock dead people, tweet outdated Read more about Israeli army official speakers misinform their readers on Twitter
Immediately after news of the bombing of government buildings in Norway’s capital Oslo, the Internet buzzed with speculation about who might have done it and why. Most speculation focused on so-called Islamist militancy and Muslims. The urge to speculate after grave events is understandable, but the focus of speculation, its amplification through social media, its legitimization in mainstream media, and the privilege granted to so-called experts is a common pattern. Read more about How a clueless "terrorism expert" set media suspicion on Muslims after Oslo horror