Josh Ruebner’s book exposes the Obama administration’s Palestine policies. Read more about Obama: Who had hopes to shatter?
Foreign policy and the conflict
Health and environmental fears rise as authorities face numerous problems at once. Read more about Storm exacerbates sewage crisis in Gaza
Ireland’s Near FM suspended me over a broadcast describing Gaza as an open prison. Read more about How Israeli diplomats tried to muzzle an Irish journalist
Corporate Watch’s research trip to Palestine aims to connect young activists in Gaza and those in the west. Read more about Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza
My children ask why we are constantly without power; I don’t know how to explain. Read more about I've no choice but to battle Gaza's blackouts
Campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions is “as good as it gets,” according to the Israeli historian. Read more about “We don’t have the luxury to wait” for Israel to change on its own, says Ilan Pappe
Whenever there’s turbulence in Cairo, you can be sure that Palestinians will be scapegoated. Read more about Why should Gazans have to hide their identity in Egypt?
The American Studies Association’s meeting showed that the time of fear of debate over boycotting Israel may be over. Read more about The taboo on boycotting Israel has been broken
Wael Abu Rida holds Egyptian nationality but crisis in Cairo means his abduction has gone largely unnoticed there. Read more about Gaza man "kidnapped" by Israel in Sinai, says family
Egypt’s clamp-down on tunnels has brought some Palestinian businesses to a standstill. Read more about Egypt attacks fishermen in Gaza's waters