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Officials from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates move closer to Israel.
Despite resignation, lawmaker will retain leadership of Labour Friends of Israel.
Jewish Canadians do not necessarily think criticism of Israel is anti-Semitic and many support BDS.
Punitive measure will worsen dire humanitarian situation in besieged Gaza, rights group says.
The Abu Asab family has lived in the house for almost seven decades.
Israeli-fired tear gas bombs have killed three protesters in Gaza this year.
How Israel promised the UAE not to conduct assassinations on its soil.
Israel denies Palestinians permission to receive treatment outside Gaza.
Grégory Chelli, known as Ulcan, is accused of hoax calls, one of them lethal.
Poet jailed by Israel receives literary freedom award in The Netherlands.
After 17 years in Israeli jail, Ahmed Khris is unable to see his family.
Dismissed by Israel and forgotten internationally, Palestinians are at a critical juncture.
Max Blumenthal joins us to talk Venezuela, the Integrity Initiative and “Russiagate.”
Is the influence of the Israel lobby waning?
Thirty-eight boys and girls have been killed during Great March of Return.
Faris Baroud, arrested before Oslo, spent most of his life in Israeli jail.
Settlers enjoy impunity as they attack Palestinians.
Ruling is blow to pro-Israel lawfare to harass campaigners.
Children and teachers contend with tear gas, live ammunition and stun grenades.
Mohamed Dalo challenges the marginalization of graphic art.
Israel lobby has been demanding expulsion of Black Jewish activist.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
General who commanded Gaza slaughter gaining in polls.
Israel engages in “pinkwashing” while denying equality to same-sex couples.
Rapid diagnosis will depend on whether Israel allows specialists to travel.
Listen to the first episode of the all-new Electronic Intifada Podcast!
Activists hope Jewish National Fund will be next.
Airbnb, Booking.com and Expedia also told to stop promoting destinations in occupied West Bank settlements.
Israeli police claim Samah Mubarak tried to stab a security guard.
Civil defense preparations for renewed Israeli aggression present an “impossible task” in Gaza.
Media complicit in covering up Israeli spying, say Max Blumenthal and Ali Abunimah.
Kuwaiti jiu-jitsu fighter withdraws from tournament over Israeli participation.
Violence by settlers soars as Israel grants them impunity
Four Palestinians have died by military fire this week.
Arms tested on Palestinians could be in greater demand as Europe boosts its military capacity.
Measure opposed by Irish government and members of US Congress passes by 75-45.
How Palestinian DJs and producers are subverting Israeli barriers.
Israel joins Jordan, PA in regional gas forum based in Cairo.
Gaza hospitals ration and suspend services as emergency fuel runs out.
Prisoners warn they will resist Israeli violent crackdown.
Persecution is a crime against humanity under international law.
Benny Gantz hopes his record of killing Palestinians will win him votes.
Disruption of care will have “dangerous repercussions” for patients, rights group warns.
Canadian prime minister simultaneously engages in anti-Palestinian bigotry and anti-Semitism.
High-profile politicians were fooled by network of trolls aiming to frame Jeremy Corbyn.