Police exchange programs with Israel introduce U.S. law enforcement officers to discriminatory techniques often used against communities of color.
Whatever one thinks of one tweet by a first-term congresswoman, she is doing us a favor to provoke a forbidden discussion.
With the growth of the Palestine solidarity movement, the question is whether these and other news agencies will continue to tarnish their record by disregarding the facts about Palestine.
Ten years since Operation Cast Lead and UN obligations remain unfulfilled.
Faulty Congressional Research Service reporting reveals bias against Palestinians.
“They all loved the state/corporate idea of fusing Mexican low-wage manufacturing with Israeli boundary building and homeland security companies.”
Palestinian women in the U.S. and around the world celebrated Rep. Tlaib’s inauguration and joined the campaign to share photos of their thobes.
Google’s unofficial motto is “Do the right thing,” However, in occupied Palestine, it seems Google is doing the exact opposite.
BDS, led by millions of grassroots activists is the only force capable of holding Israel accountable and advancing the Palestinian cause.
Michael Bennett’s refusal to become a tool of Israeli propaganda has arguably been the most explicitly political stance, to date, by a high profile athlete.
FIFA may somehow contrive to once again postpone a decision on Israeli human rights violations, but the issue isn’t going away and demands action.
Why a broad sporting boycott of Israel hasn’t emerged despite major successes for the movement in other arenas such as academia, entertainment, and business.
Israel and Its Palestinian Citizens is a welcome contribution to the literature about the Palestinians in Israel. Its focus on the foundational underpinnings of ethnic privilege means that it will be relevant for years to come.
By digging deep into the National Archives of the United Kingdom, Suárez details the history of the Zionist terror that affected Palestinian civilians, British officials and anti-Zionist Jews.
The Palestinian Table is a “bridge to better understand Palestinian culture, food, and a way of life.”
1948 and Its Shadows1948 and Its Shadows is the latest special issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies, now available here: http://jps.ucpress.edu/content/48/1Posted by Institute for Palestine Studies on Friday, 4 January 2019
1948 and Its Shadows is the latest special issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies, now available here: http://jps.ucpress.edu/content/48/1
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