Ran Greenstein offers fresh insights into the opposition against Israel’s state ideology. Read more about A century of challenges to Zionism
“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?
Counter-demonstrators attacked last year’s event marking the anniversary of the dispossession of Palestine Read more about Despite threats, students to commemorate Nakba at Tel Aviv University
On the 65th anniversary of Israel’s establishment, the group Zochrot is spreading the truth about the Nakba — in Hebrew. Read more about Map of destroyed villages aims to teach Israelis about Nakba
Natan Blanc has served 120 days in prison for objecting to Israel’s war crimes. Read more about Think before you “take part in occupation and war,” says jailed Israeli refusenik
The General’s Son traces how an Israeli liberated himself from racism. Read more about Book review: Miko Peled sets the record straight on Palestine's dispossession
Freedom Sailors is a first-hand account of the first successful attempt to break the Israeli siege of the Gaza Strip by sailing two boats into Gaza City in 2008. Read more about New book "Freedom Sailors" provides riveting account of siege-breaking journey to Gaza
Israeli boycott activist Ronnie Barkan on the role of Israeli and international solidarity activists in the Palestine liberation struggle. Read more about "I can't dictate methods of Palestinian struggle": Israeli boycott activist interviewed
My Neighborhood purportedly tells the story of Sheikh Jarrah in occupied East Jerusalem. But beyond the fact that Palestinians are being kicked out, we learn little of their story. Read more about New documentary inadvertently demonstrates failures of Zionist left
Thousands of Palestinians marched to destroyed villages and called for the return of Palestinian refugees. Read more about Palestinians assert right to return on Israeli "Independence Day"