Campaign for boycott, divestment and sanctions is “as good as it gets,” according to the Israeli historian. Read more about “We don’t have the luxury to wait” for Israel to change on its own, says Ilan Pappe
Medical support for kidney patients severely affected by budget shortfall. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon vow to continue protests against UN aid cuts
Palestinians vow to remain in their ancestors’ villages despite Israeli threats. Read more about Palestinian youth assert right of return with direct action
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
They key character in Omar Robert Hamilton’s short returns to a Palestinian home full of dusty boxes and damaged furniture. Read more about West Bank's skyscrapers and settlements provide backdrop to elegant film
Children are at constant risk of violence in Damascus refugee camp. Read more about Teachers brave violence to run classes for Palestinian children in Syria
Inflamed rhetoric by Lebanon’s media and political elite does not bode well for Palestinian refugees in the country. Read more about Why are Palestinians blamed for violence in Lebanon?
With nobody to represent them, refugees will be in limbo until Palestine is free. Read more about War in Syria highlights vulnerability of Palestinian refugees
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