The existential threat facing UNRWA is deliberate, and so are the dire consequences for the 5.3 million registered refugees it serves.
The new law in Israel sets the legal parameters for a complete takeover of historic Palestine, and sets in motion the opportunity for revolutionary change.
The law gives us a new opportunity to define the Israeli regime not only according to its practices, but also according to its laws: a colonial system of apartheid.
In a country that actively uses gay identity and sexual practice as a weapon to further browbeat oppressed individuals, the silence of most LGBTQ organizations is shameful.
“We are enshrining this important bill into a law today to prevent even the slightest thought, let alone attempt, to transform Israel to a country of all its citizen [sic].”
Seventy years after the Nakba, Israel is in many ways a failed settler-colonial project.
BDS, led by millions of grassroots activists is the only force capable of holding Israel accountable and advancing the Palestinian cause.
The campaign that has rallied to free Ahed’s is unlikely to achieve its objective anytime soon, but such efforts propel the growth of powerful movements.
Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital caused a firestorm online.
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.”
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