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
US aid to and support of Israel
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
The United States should end its double standards that afford Israel impunity. Read more about Why won't the US investigate Israeli violence against US citizens?
A student referendum at DePaul University in Chicago will make it harder for pro-Israel lobby groups to influence divestment efforts. Read more about Why we're taking a different approach to divestment
Proposed legislation guarantees more US-Mexico border deaths and huge payouts to Israeli contractors. Read more about How Israel's war industry profits from violent US immigration "reform"
John Judis’ book Genesis recalls that the White House was initially hostile to Israel’s establishment. Read more about How Harry Truman learned to love Israel
Ghassan Elashi’s wife’s garnished wages are the latest example of how far the US is willing to go to silence and scare those involved in Palestinian activism. Read more about US confiscating a quarter of “Holy Land Five” wife’s wages
Benjamin Netanyahu omitted any reference to theft of Palestinian water resources during his visit to a parched California. Read more about Silicon Valley accord recycles myth of Israel's green record
While many Latino leaders choose silence, some activists are forging ties with the Palestine solidarity movement. Read more about How Latino activists are standing up to the Israel lobby
Allowing refugees to return home has been an essential component to resolving many conflicts, a new collection of essays points out. Read more about A timely reminder that right to return can be implemented