United Church of Christ divestment victory not repeated at Mennonite and Episcopal gatherings.
Muhammad al-Kasbeh was the third of his mother’s children to be killed by Israeli occupation forces.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians have been wounded by the Israeli military.
Activists in the UK and Australia have shut down several parts factories, including one which makes engines used in deadly drones.
Measure attached to trade bill passed by Congress has less teeth than Israel lobby thinks.
Contracts worth millions have been signed between the British security firm and several UN agencies.
Artist sought to spark debate with controversial mural.
Israel made sure that a father would never see his children again.
Funders of the London Palestine Film Festival are keeping mum about why its organizers no longer have enough money.
Newsnight’s Evan Davis ignores the occupation while interviewing prominent Israelis.
Dozens of Palestinians imprisoned on “secret evidence” are boycotting Israel’s military courts, according to a rights group.
Palestine rights campaigners in Egypt and France welcome announcement, but say boycott must continue.
More than two days after their abduction at sea, 14 of 18 passengers remain in Israeli prison.
Vote by United Church of Christ sends powerful signal to the “oppressed,” says Palestinian pastor Mitri Raheb.
Dancing Arabs demolishes the myth that Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel enjoy equality.
Gaza was the third most dangerous place to be a civilian in 2014 due to Israel’s summertime bombing campaign.
“2,300 dead in Gaza, You can’t pinkwash this,” say activists.
A series of blogs by eminent academics is a valuable resource for boycott campaigners.
Hunger striker’s wife speaks of family’s joy that father of six returned from brink of death.
Lawmaker aboard seized ship compares Israeli bigots to US pro-Confederate extremists.
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