Tue. Apr 07 2020


Palestinians have a right to demand freedom from torture

Samer Arbeed, a 44-year-old Palestinian man, was violently arrested on September 25 by plain-clothed Israeli soldiers on suspicion of organising a deadly bombing in the 

Free Heba Labadi, a Jordanian citizen in Israeli prison

On August 20, Heba Ahmed Labadi fell into the dark hole of the Israeli legal system, joining 413 Palestinian prisoners who are currently held in so-called administrative detention. On September 26, Heba and seven other prisoners decl

The Oslo Accords: The Five Star Israeli Occupation

Perhaps the Oslo Accords, which were concluded between the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israel, will be registered in the modern and contemporary history as the worst agreement between the representative

Netflix and Israel: A special relationship

Back in 2016, the Israeli embassy in the United States 

Labour votes for Palestinian right to return

Labour delegates voted overwhelmingly to recognize the right of Palestinian refugees to return to their homeland at the UK opposition party’s annual conference on Monday. The historic motion opposes any proposed “solution

Israel observes Egypt protests fearful for Sisi

The recent Egyptian protests have attracted the attention of the Israeli decision-making circles, both media and political, although Israeli officials – political, military and security – have declined to officially comment on the even

Will Arab MKs turn Gantz into a dove of peace?

The Arab dominated Joint List on Sunday recommended the head of Israel’s Blue and White

Israeli court approves use of Palestinian bodies as bargaining chips

A Palestinian family in the Jerusalem-area village of al-Eizariya has been 

Remembering the Sabra and Shatila massacre 35 years on

On September 16, 1982, following the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the right-wing Christian Phalange militia stormed the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in West Beirut and began

Kholoud Zibidi says she will vote for the Arab Joint List in order to be represented in the Knesset [Arwa Ibrahim/ Al Jazeera]

Palestinians in Israel: Netanyahu's racism makes us want to vote

Jaffa, Occupied Palestine - Days ahead of a national parliamentary vote the streets of this Palestinian city, whic

Boycotts, Benjamins, and America’s university leaders

By: David Klein  If there is one thing that unites American university presidents, it is opposition to the

‘The Most Vegan Army in the World’: How Israel co-opts veganism to justify Palestinian oppression

By Sarah Doyel Gleaming produce spills out of market baskets. An outstretched palm offers fresh herbs, an organic farm in the background. A table overflowing with a rainbow o

Israel is still planning to displace even more Palestinians

Since the 1948 Nakba when Israel was created in the historic land of Palestine, which resulted in the ethnic cleansing of more than 700,000 Palestinians from their homeland, successive Israeli governments have continued to propose political and de

A view of construction works in Ramot, a Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem on 4 October 2018 [Mostafa Alkharouf/Anadolu Agency]

Why ‘moderates’ don’t have a clue what to do about Israel’s settlements

Earlier this month, the High Planning Committee (HPC) of the Israeli Civil Administration authorised the construction of 2,304 new settlement units, just days after the approval of another 6,000 units in the occupied West Bank. These alarming deve

The War Ahead: Netanyahu’s Elections Gamble Will be Costly for Israel

On September 1, the Lebanese group Hezbollah struck an Israeli military base near the border town of

Harvard University [Joseph Williams/Wikipedia]

The plight of the Palestinian people is to face racism, anywhere and everywhere

Seventeen-year-old Ismail Ajjawi must have been giddy with excitement when he, a Palestinian refugee living in southern Lebanon, won a major scholarship to Harvard University. The prospect of a new life studying medicine in the United States, in o

Fire raging on in the Amazon rain forest [Twitter]

Netanyahu and Bolsonaro find common ground in oppressing indigenous populations

While the Amazon forest burns and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro continues to trade insults and

-Former Israeli President Shimon Peres addresses the European Parliament in Strasbourg, on 12 March 2013. [REUTERS/Jean-Marc Loos/Files]

How Israel’s Labor Engineered the Illegal Jewish Colonies in Palestine

Following the Israeli victory in the 1967 war, it became impossible for Zionist ideologues to mask the true nature of their state – an unwavering colonial regime with an expansionist agenda. While Zionism was undoubtedly a colo

A man and a child are pictured at a refugee camp in southern Gaza on 24 June (AFP)

How Israel is trying to expel Palestinians from Gaza

Israeli officials recently admitted what they have really been aiming to achieve through the inhumane, 13-year siege of Gaza. The blockade has not been imposed for security reasons, or to punish a specific Palestinian faction. Rather


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