A Jerusalem museum celebrates the Palestinian poetry which inspired US political prisoner George Jackson. Read more about How the sun of Palestine reached a Black Panther in jail
Israel's wall in the West Bank
The Israeli municipality demolished the home of a mother of four as part of its apartheid policy, say Palestinians. Read more about Israeli demolition of Palestinian woman's home "a double crime"
A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance. Read more about Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds
It is not easy to describe the feeling of hearing your child scream in agony. Read more about Israeli soldiers shot my teenage son
From Palestine to Mexico, occupation’s profiteers are raking in millions. Read more about Ten years after world court ruling, widening the crack in Israel's wall
Attaining the goals of higher education is impossible when universities are under attack. Read more about Jerusalem students face constant harassment by Israeli forces
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
University officials must divest from companies that profit from Israeli war crimes. Read more about Are we attending a university, or a cold, faceless corporation?
Once they reach 16, sons and daughters need special permits to visit their parents, from a web of Israeli bureaucracy campaigners say is aimed at driving Palestinians out of Jerusalem. Read more about Thousands of Jerusalem children denied basic services by Israeli apartheid