Israel goes through motions of internal investigation to avoid international prosecution. Read more about Will ICC see through Israel's sham justice?
Ghassan Elashi’s wife’s garnished wages are the latest example of how far the US is willing to go to silence and scare those involved in Palestinian activism. Read more about US confiscating a quarter of “Holy Land Five” wife’s wages
The number of conscientious objectors keeps rising as Druze youth see through Israeli propaganda. Read more about Israel “tried to brainwash us,” says Druze pioneer who refused army service
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
Love in a Time of Apartheid challenges the deliberate divisions to which Palestinians are subjected by Israel’s racist citizenship rules. Read more about Taking direct action against Israel's racist marriage law
Anas Barghouthi is well known for his defense of Palestinian prisoners. Israel wants to jail him. Read more about Palestinian lawyer faces Israeli jail for "organizing demonstrations"
Addameer chairperson Abdullatif Ghaith has been blocked from going to work in his Ramallah office. Read more about Israel bans veteran campaigner for Palestinian prisoners from West Bank
A Jordanian bank accused of providing services to Hamas is petitioning the US Supreme Court. Read more about Arab Bank mounts legal challenge against claims of aiding terror
A complaint alleging that organizations supporting Israel’s settlements are aiding “terrorism” has been filed with a New York court. Read more about Palestinians sue US groups over support for settler attacks
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