Samer Abu Eisheh and Hijazi Abu Sbeih are openly defying Israeli attempts to expel them. Read more about Jerusalem expulsions target activists and community leaders
Victims of war remain trapped in a Kafkaesque labyrinth. Read more about Lebanon breaks promise not to deport Palestinian refugees fleeing Syria
Israel denied her an exit permit, so a cardboard cut out stood in for Gaza writer Sarah Ali. Read more about Trapped in Gaza
During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities. Read more about Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?
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
Corporate Watch’s research trip to Palestine aims to connect young activists in Gaza and those in the west. Read more about Forging new links to boycott movement in Gaza
Whenever there’s turbulence in Cairo, you can be sure that Palestinians will be scapegoated. Read more about Why should Gazans have to hide their identity in Egypt?
Palestinians accuse Texas governor Rick Perry of jumping on an educational project in Nazareth to pursue a racist agenda. Read more about US Christian Zionists plan to take over Palestinian university in Israel
Many other Palestinian students have lost their scholarships because Egypt denies them the right to travel. Read more about Like a miracle, I've been allowed to study outside Gaza