Category: Palestinian Struggle
It is when ordinary people, leading ordinary lives, join together to make a statement that change happens
Daniel Whittall speaks to Vijay Prashad about the book he has recently edited, Letters to Palestine, and the wider dynamics of the Palestinian struggle
Review of An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
It would be fair to assume that Gershon Baskin’s recent article in the Jerusalem Post is not a mere intellectual exercise aimed at finding ‘creative’ solutions to the Israeli occupation of Palestine
With the leadership in Israel implicated in potential war crimes, how would the UN expect that it would hold itself accountable?
The veteran medic’s book, Night in Gaza, contains photographs that document the horror of last summer’s war.
Lawmakers seem to compete against each other to the racist nadir
The economic damage Israel is doing to itself by continuing its regime of occupation, apartheid, siege and massacres of Palestinians may be mounting faster than previously thought
If in the wake of the latest UN commission, the international community does not take practical steps against war criminals, then there is no further reason for commissions
The increasingly militarized attacks on rebellious neighborhoods in the U.S.,, seem more and more like armed forces brought to bear on Palestinians in the Middle East.