Professor Rabab Abdulhadi says ruling is vindication after years of bullying and harassment by anti-Palestinian groups. Read more about SFSU told to protect professor against censorship
Do Silicon Valley corporations have authority to decide what can and cannot be taught in classrooms? Read more about Podcast Ep 39: Fighting censorship of Palestine
Supporters of Palestinian rights and academic freedom push back against attacks. Read more about YouTube, Zoom and Facebook censor Leila Khaled for Israel
“Grassroots” Israeli influence campaign actually run by intelligence veterans. Read more about How Israeli spies are flooding Facebook and Twitter
Social media giant’s crackdown on Palestine-related speech and dissent appears to be intensifying. Read more about Why did Facebook ban The Electronic Intifada's ad for "Killing Gaza"?
“If Gaza has one face of death, she has many other faces of life.” Read more about Sharing Gaza's lighter side
Earlier this week, an Israeli military court judge ordered the release of a Palestinian whose violent arrest by non-uniformed Israeli soldiers a month ago was captured on video. Read more about Israeli army spokesperson's inaccuracy exposed, as judge releases Palestinian detained in Hebron
A Palestinian Authority diplomat came under fire from Canadian officials and was forced to resign because of a tweet; meanwhile Israel’s human rights abuses go unpunished by Ottowa. Read more about Why was PA's Canada envoy forced to resign over a tweet?
David Cronin interviews Palestinian activist Mazin Qumsiyeh, author of the new book Popular Resistance in Palestine: A History of Hope and Empowerment, on the popular struggle in the occupied West Bank and his experience being arrested and detained by Israeli forces. Read more about Interview: Mazin Qumsiyeh on popular resistance and breaking the spell of fear