Two new books provide valuable insight into why freedom of speech can be suppressed at American universities.
Emad Saftawi had been shot in the head by an Israeli prison guard.
Placing the village of Issawiyeh under siege has not stopped local youth from resisting Israel’s occupation.
Allegations that Ein al-Hilwe camp is sheltering Lebanese Islamist extremists are baseless, say Palestinians.
Israel refuses to give construction permits and gives demolition orders when Palestinians build without them.
An award-winning young Palestinian photographer reflects on life in the war-torn refugee camp in Syria.
Mutual solidarity has grown since Michael Brown’s slaying on 9 August.
Moves to “recognize Palestine” and co-opt the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement aim to guarantee Israel’s survival as a racist state.
A convicted tax fraud trying to conceal his past has become a key financier of anti-Palestinian initiatives on US campuses.
Daoud al-Ghoul has also been excluded from the entire West Bank.
Documentary centers on director Leila Sansour’s decision to return to the hometown she once resented.
Israel continues to hinder independent investigations into possible war crimes.
Instead of protecting the rights of the speakers and organizers to hold an event, university capitulated to efforts to shut it down.
Jewish leaders violate the ethical standards of their religion by advocating discrimination against Palestinians.
Muhammad Mahmoud Quraiqe wants to draw the most portraits ever completed within a week.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Author and activist dedicated life to radically reconstructing the world into one that we can all inhabit.
Photography and audio project shines light on the experience of Palestinians living in the United States.
Ilan Pappe criticizes those who questioned Israel’s state ideology yet shunned political activism.
If Israeli apartheid falls, it will not just be a victory for Palestine, but a taste of liberation for the whole world.