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Event comes as UAE kills 80 in Yemen.
Union of Agricultural Work Committees provides vital support to Gaza's farmers.
Israel’s blockade, Egyptian closures and COVID restrictions render domestic tourist resorts unaffordable for most
Meanwhile, Palestine solidarity supporters face lawsuit in Austria.
Sheffield Hallam University must not capitulate to smear campaign against Shahd Abusalama.
Morton Klein and Dov Hikind attack Naomi Dann over her previous work with Jewish Voice for Peace.
Charges dropped in drone landlord case.
Pandemic and financial collapse combined with UNRWA shortfalls have left marginalized Palestinians desperate.
Woman whose son was killed in May attack had another baby soon afterwards.
International bodies, lawmakers and diplomats perpetuate impunity by asking it to do so.
Olivér Várhelyi fails to correct false claims by lobbyists.
Palestinian protester dies after being run over by police tow truck.
We talk with Palestine Action members who did it.
Palestinians condemn “desperate” attempt to force normalization with their oppressors.
Grégory Chelli is still wanted in connection with the death of Thierry Le Corre.
Dozens of artists refuse to cross the international picket line.
With spare parts expensive, many vessels are not properly maintained.
ZOA is demanding that legislative aide be fired for his criticism of Israel.
Ali Abunimah and Rania Khalek talk about “progressive” politicians who pander to Israel.
Hailing victory, Palestine Action vows to continue disruptions at other sites.
Campaigner forced to renounce citizenship by Cairo authorities.
Force based in East Jerusalem awarded at least 10 science grants.
Israel should not be able to artwash its crimes, boycotters say.
Netherlands sanctions Union of Agricultural Work Committees over staff, board members' alleged political affiliation.
Israeli army jails 79-year-old lawyer claiming he poses imminent “security threat.”
Meanwhile, US praises Palestinian Authority for closer embrace of Israel.
London's diplomacy by desperation courts apartheid.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Direct actions, legal victories and ice cream topped our headlines.
EI editors discuss some of the most impactful stories of the year.
South African liberation icon strongly endorsed Israel boycott.
Sahar Khalifeh pays tribute to Nakba-era Palestinian resistance.
University of Southern California has done little to protect against targeted smear campaigns by Israel lobby groups.
Israel has blocked entry of spare parts for medical equipment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Troops permitted to shoot at people who throw rocks or Molotov cocktails at civilian cars.
“Palestinians are suffering from the longest occupation in modern history,” says lawmaker.
Truth of prison life is more powerful than fiction.
London School of Economics says “no evidence whatsoever of protestors having broken the law.”
NSO Group may be on the ropes, but new spy firms are waiting in the wings.
Record levels of settler violence in 2021.
Many applications to travel from Gaza to Bethlehem will almost certainly be rejected.
Bristol Jewish Society president helped get academic David Miller fired.
Brussels ignores growing demands to hold Tel Aviv accountable.
Map for Fareed Zakaria’s show GPS does highlight Israel and Golan Heights.