How do you teach justice in an open-air prison?
Maisan Hamdan, an organizer with a military refusal group, on the rise in conscientious objection.
The Israeli author and academic lives in what he describes as “one of the most racist societies in the Western world.”
Ignorance of the basic facts of daily life in Palestine pops up throughout this show.
Professor Ahmad Qatamesh spent almost nine years in Israeli prison without trial.
Photography series honors the extraordinary solidarity and heroism during Israel’s bombing.
Family of Muhammad Sinokrot vigorously refuse Israel’s version of events.
Friends and relatives of the four Bakr children Israel infamously slaughtered on Gaza beach in July gather for symbolic football match.
Israel supporter who provoked a minor altercation on campus had been trained on how to confront boycott campaigners.
It cannot be mere coincidence that the University of Illinois’ heavy-handed action targeted a Palestinian-American scholar and an American Indian Studies program.
Nasser Abed Rabbo was one of 51 Palestinians freed as part of Israel’s agreement with Hamas to be rounded up in West Bank raids on 18 June.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
“Now, our battle to hold Israel accountable for its fresh war crimes and crimes against humanity has begun,” say Palestinians in Gaza.
Did the music industry finally wake up to Israel’s crimes during the summer of 2014?
University boss Phyllis Wise sits on the board of Nike, a firm that does business with West Bank settlement firms
Almost 2,300 housing units were completely destroyed by Israel.
A family reunion without joy, and the loss of my childhood friend in Gaza.
The author effectively dismisses the Palestinian right of return as a fundamental human right central to their struggle and to a just peace.
Issam Jouda describes Israeli airstrike that killed his wife and four of his children.
“The Israelis had turned the most vital center of Palestinian life into something resembling a vast, maximum security prison,” Murray J. Gart observed.