The violence of the Palestinian Authority police is not unexpected, yet it was still shocking to see such unfettered brutality on the streets of Ramallah in the middle of the afternoon. Read more about Palestinians reclaim streets despite PA police repression
What happens to a small village in the West Bank over the next few weeks will set a precedent about whether Israel will abide by its highest court’s ruling when it comes to dismantling settlements. Read more about Farmer spurns Israel's cash offer, refuses to allow settlers on his land
Since the end of the mass hunger strike in the early hours of 15 May, rumors of Israel reneging on the agreement have solidified into facts. Read more about Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strikes continue as Israel violates agreements
Litigation on the part of the Palestinian minority in Israel and their rights requires the consideration of an especially complex situation. Read more about Can rights be won in Israel's courts?
Unearthed photographs shed new light on the British army’s Mandate of Palestine which paved the way for Zionist colonization. Read more about Interview: racism of Britain's rulers in Palestine explored in major new exhibition
Hassan Kharajeh, a youth coordinator with Stop the Wall, on the role played by youth in the hunger strike demonstrations, and why they have Israel scared. Read more about "We will not be silenced": Stop the Wall youth activist speaks on repression and resistance
More than 1,500 Palestinian prisoners are weeks into an open-ended hunger strike in protest against worsening conditions in Israeli jails. Read more about Israel puts "every possible obstacle" in way of respecting hunger strikers' rights, say doctors
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"
In a unique protest action in the threatened village of al-Walaja, residents and local artists harnessed the power of music, theater, dance and poetry. Read more about Al-Walajah village explores theater as a form of resistance
The Israeli government and its supporters now feel justified in exploiting the Syrian people’s suffering and resistance in order to further their own political agenda, depicting Israel as a “vibrant democracy” in comparison to Syria. Read more about Pointing to Syria to divert attention from Israel's crimes