The San Diego art professor has faced attempts to censor his work. Read more about Preserving Palestine's memory through art: interview with John Halaka
New laws would mean that Israel is held to different standards than other nations in the Visa Waiver Program. Read more about Why does US government let Israel discriminate against Americans?
Ziad Ameira and his family now live in two small rooms. Read more about Israel forced me to destroy my own house, says Jerusalem father
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
The argument that Israel can’t be an apartheid state when its Palestinian citizens have the right to vote is a red herring. Read more about Israeli apartheid "more sophisticated" than South Africa's, says new book
Spray-painted hate messages betray motivation behind attacks. Read more about Israel's racists step up attacks on Palestinian citizens
Israel’s attack on Gaza in 2008 and 2009 prompted Rabbi Brant Rosen to reject Zionism. Read more about Book review: Outspoken rabbi urges American Jews to "look oppression in the face"
Reciprocal solidarity means we should seek our natural allies among the “wretched of the earth,” says Palestinian author Susan Abulhawa. Read more about The Palestinian struggle is a black struggle
Unlike Palestinians, a number of Germans uprooted by Zionist forces in 1948 have received restitution. Read more about When Israel compensated Germans for land in Palestine
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