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"
My family’s roots run deep in a village brutally attacked by Zionist forces on 9 April 1948. Read more about The scars of Deir Yassin and our determination to survive
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
Anna Bernard expands on Edward Said’s assertion that Israeli and Palestinian literature “cannot be separated.” Read more about Can a focus on “Palestinian narrative” be dangerous to Palestinian rights?
Attaining the goals of higher education is impossible when universities are under attack. Read more about Jerusalem students face constant harassment by Israeli forces
State-owned companies are trying to Judaize the old city of Akka. Read more about Israel serves eviction orders to Palestinians in world heritage city
The UN agency for Palestine refugees says it is trying to focus on the most needy. Read more about Gaza refugees learn of food aid cuts by text messages
The veteran rock star should demonstrate the same kind of solidarity to Palestinians that he has shown to Canada’s indigenous people. Read more about Keep on rockin' for freedom, Neil Young, cancel your Tel Aviv show
The Watar Band was formed following Operation Cast Lead, Israel’s murderous assault in late 2008 and early 2009. Read more about Gaza youth defied “smell of death” to form popular band