Appeals to the Palestinian Authority fail to secure protection from Israel or much-needed infrastructure work. Read more about Told to leave, determined to stay: Bedouins of the Jordan Valley
New book shows how Palestinians have been written out of history. Read more about The silent reminders of Israel's robbery
An Israeli judge, himself a settler, has given the green light for the destruction of 100 homes. Read more about Palestinian village faces demolition in South Hebron Hills
The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that 10,000 sheep and goats died between 2010 and 2014. Read more about One in five of Gaza's herders ceases farming amid Israel's attacks, siege
By advertising hotels in these settlements, Booking.com is abetting war crimes. Read more about Booking.com offers hotel rooms in Israel's illegal settlements
Many young Palestinian citizens of Israel have been radicalized over the past few years. Read more about Why Palestinians should unite to support Naqab protests
An extra 1,000 police are being stationed in occupied East Jerusalem under a plan approved by the Israeli government. Read more about Palestinian parents tell Israeli police to stop harassing Jerusalem children
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 recently published proposal to divide Palestine into provinces would be no more than a continuation of Zionist policies of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians. Read more about Could cantonizing Palestine bring peace?
A new edition of Avi Shlaim’s book on the 1956 invasion of Egypt is solid, but not much has been updated. Read more about Israel's conspiracy to invade Nasser's Egypt