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?
Israeli occupation of West Bank and Gaza Strip
Attaining the goals of higher education is impossible when universities are under attack. Read more about Jerusalem students face constant harassment by Israeli forces
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 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
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
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
Israel has been trying to transform indigenous farmers into an “urban proletariat” since at least the 1960s. Read more about New SodaStream factory could help destroy Bedouin agriculture
A story about seeking treatment for a toothache is one of the gems in “Gaza Writes Back.” Read more about Gaza's class divisions confronted by young writers
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?