An annual event helps re-introduce the youngest generation of Palestinians to their history before, during and after the Nakba.
The same firm which equipped Israel’s wall in the West Bank is profiting from deportations in Barack Obama’s America.
Historian Jean-Pierre Filiu displays genuine concern for the plight of Palestine’s refugees.
Water is abundant in a nearby Jewish-only settlement, yet the Palestinians of al-Araqib are deprived of basic services.
Rasmea Odeh’s story encompasses some of the most urgent feminist struggles of our times.
After series of local victories, activists are hoping to convince the entire United Church of Christ to support boycott Israel campaign.
Activists have broken into the Sardinia firing range where military drills are taking place.
Eight Jewish-only communities surrounding Tarshiha have been allocated considerably more resources than its indigenous Palestinians.
A five-year-old boy was among the members of the al-Najjar clan killed by Israel in July.
Depicting characters that were both proud and weary, the 23-year-old captured the mood during Israel’s summertime offensive.
New book debunks decades of myths about 1967 occupation.
Jibril Nadaf advocates conscription to an Israeli army that kills his fellow Palestinians.
After threatening peaceful protesters, the Israeli university signed a cooperation deal with a leading weapons-maker.
Villa Touma director talks about how the Israeli government tried to use her.
The battle over Steven Salaita is part of a war against the neoliberal corporatization of higher education.
The LGBTQ magazine is more than willing to provide a platform for bigoted diatribes peddled in the service of pinkwashing Israeli apartheid.
The attorney general who ensured there was no accountability for Israeli state violence against protesters in 2000 has now been made a high court judge.
Tamam Zubaidi faces being denied the right to work and to access healthcare if her status is not clarified.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
The case of Sami Al-Arian is emblematic of the altered state of the US justice system after 11 September 2001.