Why is Mahmoud Abbas making trips to Paris when his own people are struggling to cope?
Sixteen media workers were killed during Israel’s summer attack on Gaza.
A recently published proposal to divide Palestine into provinces would be no more than a continuation of Zionist policies of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians.
A new edition of Avi Shlaim’s book on the 1956 invasion of Egypt is solid, but not much has been updated.
Both Israel’s economic warfare and the Palestinian Authority’s neoliberal policies have widened income inequality.
France sees itself as refined and civilized, while much of the world sees a country still engaged in colonial barbarities.
Two Palestinian Bedouins have died as a result of Israeli police violence in the last week.
More than 140 families lost more than three members in Israel’s summer assault.
People in Gaza have only six hours of electricity per day.
Striking workers have been threatened with loss of pay by the Palestinian Authority.
My family was forced to leave Palestine in 1948; I was forced to leave Syria 64 years later.
Palestinian refugees from Syria face increased restrictions.
Challenges facing Palestinians in Israel and gains in community mobilization identified at conference.
A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance.
The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Israel’s racist ringleaders have ramped up efforts to drive all non-Jewish African asylum-seekers out of the country.
Only two percent of the $5.4 billion pledged reconstruction aid has been delivered.
Palestinian journalist Muhammad Daher did not live to see the birth of his son.
Three new books help dispel many Western myths about music and culture in the Middle East.