“Israel and Pinkwashing” author’s new book is an interesting read, but falls into some of the traps it ostensibly aims to criticize. Read more about Limited solidarity with Palestine in Schulman's "Queer International"
International activism and solidarity
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"
Reciprocal solidarity means we should seek our natural allies among the “wretched of the earth,” says Palestinian author Susan Abulhawa. Read more about The Palestinian struggle is a black struggle
Settlers and soldiers have invaded holy sites, sparking international outrage. Read more about Mass protest aims to focus attention on Jerusalem
Denying the Nakba is a central tenet in Israeli supremacy, according to essays in Pretending Democracy. Read more about Roads to ending Israeli apartheid envisioned in new book
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
The Canada Revenue Agency is questioned on the legality of JNF’s charitable status. Read more about Internal documents show Canadian tax agency protected Jewish National Fund from scrutiny
Five artists scheduled to take part in the West Bank tour were denied entry by Israel. Read more about Playback and protest: The Freedom Bus hits the road