The Electronic Intifada
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Man posed no credible threat when he was wounded.
Broadcasting stations welded shut in four cities under ostensible Palestinian Authority control.
National Students for Justice in Palestine is target of phishing effort.
The British artistocrat who condemned Palestinians to upheaval had a history of violence and bigotry.
Israeli settlers protected by army steal Palestinian olive crops
Headlines from hurricane stricken Puerto Rico are familiar to Palestinians living under Israeli siege.
The team is short on equipment, but not determination.
Rejectionism by Israel and its international backers is making next Gaza war more likely.
Real obstacles remain to any breakthrough.
Negotiations with Egypt to ease closure spark renewed tensions.
Provocations could spark new crisis as Temple Mount activists gain political power.
Israel has attacked the cultural body for upholding international law.
Teacher sues Kansas for compelling her to repudiate Israel boycott.
German company ignores Palestinian right to self-determination.
As defense minister Amir Peretz also launched lethal attacks on Gaza.
International media ignored arrest of 120 Palestinians during Jerusalem raid.
Ofcom throws out anti-Semitism claims against film revealing Israeli embassy schemes.
There are only two Palestinian movie theaters currently operating in the West Bank.
Activists celebrate victory as renowned charity abandons venture with Elbit Systems.
Israel lobby put on the defensive by grassroots pushback.
Graphic novelist Iasmin Omar Ata talks about the struggle for recognition.
After years of deadlock, inter-Palestinian politics has reached a phase of hyperactivity.
Four women designers run the House of Organza studio.
Pro-Israel group signals willingness to work with German far right.
Activists commend UN Women for ending relationship with occupation profiteer
Moshé Machover has for decades been a supporter of the Palestinian cause.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Segregation and denial of Palestinian existence is key to Israeli identity.
Dozens of cases closed without charges as radical rabbis continue incitement
Life is precarious for Palestinian refugees in Egypt.
Firms leave Israel as UN gathers data on settlement profiteers.
High court says ruling on arms sales to Myanmar will be classified
Police chief admits “there is no profile” for potential attacker.
Entire Palestinian community will be forced from their homes.
Women play growing role in family mediation, but have sometimes met resistance.
“I came to kill myself,” teen tells Israeli officer.
Egypt's decade-long closure of Rafah crossing has left Palestinians exasperated.
The 2018 cycling event seeks to whitewash Israeli crimes.
Proposed rule changes could censor criticism of Israel and Zionism.
Two Palestinian communities in the West Bank face imminent, total Israeli destruction.