There’s no app for erasing a half a century of military occupation and apartheid.
Given Abbas’ far greater ability to tighten the noose on Gaza, Dahlan and Hamas stand to risk a massive backlash.
The bill sets the stage for the eventual absorption of the occupied territories into Israel while legally and permanently denying the political and civil rights of the Palestinians.
As an Israeli army officer, Gadot served as an ambassador for one of the first “Brand Israel” campaigns.
Palestinians mark fifty years of Israeli occupation.
It took little time for many to discover that the dress was another example of Israeli appropriation of something Palestinian.
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.
Who’s Afraid of Academic Freedom? should be compulsory reading for administrators, researchers, teachers, students, and journalists.
Davis offers comprehensive thinking on racist state violence in an era of neoliberal globalization.
Nicola Perugini and Neve emphasize the myriad ways in which human rights can become bound up with practices of domination, often advancing the interests of the powerful and facilitating violence and dispossession against the oppressed.
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