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"
Palestinians in Gaza launch aid monitoring group in response to lack of international aid to rebuild more than 100,000 homes. Read more about "Gaza is on the verge of collapsing," aid monitors say
Challenges facing Palestinians in Israel and gains in community mobilization identified at conference. Read more about I won't hold a weapon against my people: Druze refuse to serve in Israel's military
A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance. Read more about Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds
Three new books help dispel many Western myths about music and culture in the Middle East. Read more about Rebel songs to rap: the history of Palestine's music
Placing the village of Issawiyeh under siege has not stopped local youth from resisting Israel’s occupation. Read more about Two unequal worlds in Israeli-occupied Jerusalem
Mutual solidarity has grown since Michael Brown’s slaying on 9 August.
Read more about "Liberation for all": Why Palestine is a key issue on the streets of Ferguson
If Israeli apartheid falls, it will not just be a victory for Palestine, but a taste of liberation for the whole world. Read more about Israel's fear of boycott rooted in tactic's historic victories against colonialism
The former UN special rapporteur on Palestine excoriates the pro-Israel bias of The New York Times in his new book. Read more about The moral clarity of Richard Falk
An annual event helps re-introduce the youngest generation of Palestinians to their history before, during and after the Nakba. Read more about Young Palestinians protect history and heritage in Galilee village