The disparity in coverage, the consistent omissions, and the view that Palestinian lives do not merit equal reporting only indicate that, at best, the Times displays systemic institutional imbalance in favor of a false narrative.
No matter the amount of aid, and unless the Israeli blockade and Palestinian division are addressed, Gaza’s crises will persist indefinitely.
Is the United Nations truly biased against Israel? The record and the fact that Palestine remains the last significant vestige of European colonialism suggest otherwise.
Palestinian and American organizations and activists launch campaign to highlight the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.
If the Palestinian people truly did not exist, one wonders why Voll and his racist ilk try so hard to erase them.
As an Israeli army officer, Gadot served as an ambassador for one of the first “Brand Israel” campaigns.
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.
As Gaza and its population seem to regain international visibility only in time of war and destruction, this is a much-needed book.
McKee explores dwelling practices of two communities in the Naqab on the margins of the Israeli state.
Who’s Afraid of Academic Freedom? should be compulsory reading for administrators, researchers, teachers, students, and journalists.
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