The UK banking giant has defended its investment in Elbit in Orwellian terms.
Israeli prime minister threatens to strip state’s Palestinians of their citizenship.
Israel is overseeing who can and cannot buy building material.
Reparations paid to Israel after the Second World War helped bolster the occupation.
The former UN special rapporteur on Palestine excoriates the pro-Israel bias of The New York Times in his new book.
RE/MAX admits that it will sell some of its properties to Jews only.
Khaled al-Zeer was arrested and abused after Israeli police arrived at his home.
Lia Tarachansky says encounter with Palestinian in Canada set off a “violent process” of tackling Israeli mythology.
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Many farmers could not irrigate their trees during the Israeli assault, leading to sharp drop in harvest.
Palestinian legislator denounces suspension as “political persecution.”
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.