The late South African leader was long a supporter of the Palestinian cause. Read more about Nelson Mandela leaves a legacy of struggle
Boycott, divestment and sanctions
Workshops encourage Palestinian farmers to boycott Israeli goods and build a social movement. Read more about Gaza farmers succeed in tending to olive harvest -- with international support
Jamal al-Dalou lost ten members of his family during Israel’s attack in November. Read more about "Peace" talks are meaningless, says survivor of Gaza massacre
A well-respected Dutch civil society group believes that dialogue, not boycott, is the way forward. Read more about Why do charities want to "normalize" Israeli apartheid?
Israel’s attack on Gaza in 2008 and 2009 prompted Rabbi Brant Rosen to reject Zionism. Read more about Book review: Outspoken rabbi urges American Jews to "look oppression in the face"
Settlers and soldiers have invaded holy sites, sparking international outrage. Read more about Mass protest aims to focus attention on Jerusalem
One day after visiting Palestine, Brazilian politician Tarso Genro signed a deal with Israeli arms firm Elbit. Read more about Porto Alegre is Palestine's friend, so why has it embraced Israel's war industry?
An employee describes the claims on a promotional video by the fizzy drink firm as “lies.” Read more about SodaStream "treats us like slaves," says Palestinian factory worker
Versailles court dismisses appeal over French corporations’ involvement in Jerusalem light rail project. Read more about Disappointing French ruling on Veolia still paves way for suing occupation profiteers
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