Ghassan Elashi’s wife’s garnished wages are the latest example of how far the US is willing to go to silence and scare those involved in Palestinian activism. Read more about US confiscating a quarter of “Holy Land Five” wife’s wages
International activism and solidarity
While many Latino leaders choose silence, some activists are forging ties with the Palestine solidarity movement. Read more about How Latino activists are standing up to the Israel lobby
Palestine solidarity activists have forged a growing coalition with environmental and labor groups to organize against Veolia. Read more about Palestine activists, labor and environment groups in US unite against Veolia
Allowing refugees to return home has been an essential component to resolving many conflicts, a new collection of essays points out. Read more about A timely reminder that right to return can be implemented
During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities. Read more about Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?
A cooperation agreement involving a firm that deprives Palestinians of water was signed recently in Rome. Read more about Israel's water apartheid embraced by Italy
In addition to being illegal, investing in Israeli settlements risks Dutch citizens’ pensions. Read more about Dutch firm's settlement investments violate the law and must end
Anti-BDS liberals have taken racism a step further than Reagan and Thatcher dared to go with South Africa. Read more about How today's liberal Zionists echo apartheid South Africa's defenders
Harassment of Palestinians resembles “stop-and-frisk” policies targeted towards African Americans. Read more about “This is apartheid”: rapper Jasiri X on visit to Palestine
“Anarchists Against the Wall” indicates that no neat distinction can be drawn between the government and “ordinary” Israelis. Read more about Can occupiers struggle alongside the occupied?