Unlike The New York Times, Latin America’s media can be trenchant in criticizing Israeli aggression. Read more about Mothers of the disappeared in Latin America feel Gaza's pain
Foreign policy and the conflict
The attacks on Gaza have led to a flood of inquiries about how Canadians can assist Israel’s military, according to one Zionist group. Read more about Canada's tax-deductible support for Israel's crimes
Because of Gaza closure, Ramsis Kilani was unable to bury the seven members of his family killed in Israeli airstrike. Read more about Germany remains silent on massacre of its citizens in Gaza
The United States should end its double standards that afford Israel impunity. Read more about Why won't the US investigate Israeli violence against US citizens?
General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church to consider both divestment and revisiting the two-state solution. Read more about Presbyterian divestment: tough love for Israel?
From Palestine to Mexico, occupation’s profiteers are raking in millions. Read more about Ten years after world court ruling, widening the crack in Israel's wall
Censoring my criticism of Israel didn’t prevent me from being denied entry. Read more about Silence aids Israeli aggression
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"
Classrooms have had to close in Yarmouk camp because of contagious illnesses. Read more about Diseases rise among besieged Palestinians in Syria
John Judis’ book Genesis recalls that the White House was initially hostile to Israel’s establishment. Read more about How Harry Truman learned to love Israel