Despite tensions on Iran, Benjamin Netanyahu will collect a check for more military aid to Israel when he visits Washington in November. Read more about Has the Israel lobby really lost its mojo?
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Activists have broken into the Sardinia firing range where military drills are taking place. Read more about Israel excluded from war games in Italy following protests
Proposed legislation guarantees more US-Mexico border deaths and huge payouts to Israeli contractors. Read more about How Israel's war industry profits from violent US immigration "reform"
Europe is paying for services that Israel is legally obliged to provide as the occupying power. Read more about Is EU aid a smokescreen around Palestine's problems?
Clergy acknowledge a “growing consensus” that the one-state reality may be irreversible. Read more about Zionism is a “false theology,” says new Presbyterian study guide
Taking action against sponsors of pro-Israel events can be an effective tactic. Read more about Chicago Botanic Garden forced to rethink links with Jewish National Fund
Stephen Harper’s embrace of the Jewish National Fund is in keeping with the support for Israel voiced by his predecessors. Read more about Zionism is part of Canada's political fabric
New “villages” build on opposition to US support for Israeli apartheid voiced during Obama’s visit. Read more about Protest tents spring up across the West Bank
American diplomats were so eager to please Israel that they became “more royalist than the King.” Read more about Book review: Rashid Khalidi shows how US got hired as Israel's lawyer
Boycotts helped end segregation in the American South. Hopefully they can achieve similar results for Palestinians. Read more about Jim Crow in Palestine: parallels between US and Israeli racism