The Electronic Intifada
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Indiscriminate attack on Nablus leaves dozens more injured.
A new father considers whether bringing a child into Gaza was the right decision.
Palestinians face another attempt to crush their will to resist.
Israel’s three-day killing spree comes to a halt Sunday night.
The latest assault on Gaza is a direct result of Israeli impunity and western and Arab inaction.
Tel Aviv's aggression may make even deadlier escalation unavoidable.
Digital currency trading proves popular in Gaza – if risky – where investment opportunities are scarce.
Patients with permits prevented from traveling to access medical care.
Israel inflicting “unprecedented deterioration” on humanitarian situation in Gaza.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Though Eman al-Tayeb’s art has gained popularity outside Palestine, the Israeli occupation makes it difficult to ship her work abroad.
Bruce Pearl ignores apartheid.
Ice cream maker and its parent fail to reach deal in lawsuit over decision to stop sales in West Bank settlements.
Israel collectively punishes the family members only of accused Palestinians, never Jews.
JewBelong is offering cash prizes for online harassment.
Law “will likely be used exclusively against Palestinian citizens” and not Israeli Jews, rights groups say.
Lawsuit against Point Park University was backed by Lawfare Project.
Relatives of slain journalist draw a blank in meeting with Blinken but refuse to give up.
But long-delayed Forde report claims “both sides” to blame.
Nearly 850 Palestinians died after Israel denied or delayed permits to travel for treatment.
Israel’s attacks on Palestinian fishers intensify during peak fishing season.
Many organizations have joined the Campaign to Defund Racism.
15 years of Israel’s blockade has affected every facet of life, big and small.
Far-right US lawmakers angered by Palestinians receiving healthcare.
Future of historic market in doubt.
Journalist Basel Adra talks about resisting attacks by Israeli soldiers, settlers.
Brussels rewards Tel Aviv for crimes against Palestinians by resuming high-level forum.
Kaitlan Collins whitewashed apartheid faced by Palestinians.
Church recognizes worsening oppression of Palestinians.
Expectations were low and still the US president managed to disappoint.
“I hate the word Holocaust,” says Dutch activist Jaap Hamburger, who lost many relatives in the Nazi genocide.
Watch: Ali Abunimah tells Al Jazeera that the president has a deep commitment to Israeli apartheid.
Shireen Abu Akleh cover-up and Visa Waiver Program highlight US role in Israeli repression.
Shadow of Trump looms large as diminished US seeks to shore up traditional alliances.
North Orange County Community College district removed faculty letter mourning assassination of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.
António Guterres again lets Israel off the hook for horrifying crimes.
Poet Mosab Abu Toha on his debut book and the founding of Gaza’s first public English-language library.
Watch: US helps cover up murder of Shireen Abu Akleh, Ali Abunimah tells BT News.
Legal system is “committed to the legitimization of war crimes,” human rights groups say.
Newspaper of record falsely claims A.B. Yehoshua supported extending one state with equal rights to Palestinians in Gaza.
Despair sets in among youths born under Israel’s 15-year siege on the Gaza Strip.
Witch hunt has targeted Arab journalists with false anti-Semitism smears.
The Gothe-Institut’s cancellation of Mohammed El-Kurd’s participation in a conference is an example of Germany’s anti-Palestinian racism.
Failure to note the continued occupation of Gaza, the illegality of Israeli settlements and the discrepancy in describing victims all add up to poor journalism.