The Electronic Intifada
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Israeli soldiers made no attempt to provide first aid to Yasin Omar al-Saradih, despite army claims.
Arab autocrats abandon even pretense of support for Palestine.
Paper regards some kinds of violence as more acceptable than others.
Protests prove opportunity for street vendors, young and old.
Norwegian MP who nominated BDS says it could change how the Palestinian cause is perceived worldwide.
Human rights groups say Yasin al-Saradih was extrajudicially killed.
Saudi Arabia, Qatar see closer ties with Israel as a way to win support in Washington.
Palestinian human rights defenders welcome victory.
Israel holding 59 Palestinian female prisoners, 350 children.
Veteran Palestine solidarity activist says campaign goes on.
Meanwhile, the French government has once again teamed up with a major Israeli settlement profiteer.
Medical teams were prevented from recovering the teens’ bodies.
Female leadership in the first intifada was quashed by the Olso accords.
The Temple movement is backed by top Israeli ministers.
Marc Wadsworth has been falsely attacked.
Palestinians warn Japanese motor giant it could face boycott calls for role in Israeli government-backed Moto GP event in occupied West Bank.
Conservative Friends of Israel has strong connections to the arms industry.
Organizers of propaganda trip immediately take players to the occupied West Bank.
The Holy Land Five are serving decades-long sentences for their charity work.
Palestinians -- once again -- are on their own.
Book Culture faces boycott from Columbia University students, faculty after turning against author of *P is for Palestine*.
Prominent Black artists, public figures back teenager filmed shoving Israeli occupation soldiers.
Israel lobby tried to disguise bill targeting Palestine activists as anti-discrimination measure.
Israel has bombed Syria at least 100 times since 2011.
Yet party’s “progressive” leaders remain fearful of fully embracing Palestinian rights.
Airline apologizes for using the word "Palestinian" to describe a dish that it acknowledges as Palestinian cuisine.
You can't talk about research and education in Palestine without confronting occupation and apartheid.
Israel planning to expel entire Bedouin communities to make way for more settlements.
Social media action aims to make sure Gazans know that they are not forgotten, and that people are committed to ending the siege.
Jeremy Newmark facing calls to step down as head of Israel lobby group the Jewish Labour Movement.
Bedouin families face violent attacks, home demolitions by Israeli soldiers and settlers.
Journalists let the falsehoods roll in New Orleans BDS resolution coverage.
Israel advocates are bringing resolutions to small towns, smearing campaigners for Palestinian rights.
One democratic state in historic Palestine is the sole realistic option.
Ahmad Nasser Jarrar killed by military evading capture for weeks.
In 2017 Israel imposed new restrictions exacerbating a humanitarian catastrophe in blockaded territory.
Army aims to forcibly expel Palestinian communities on land eyed for settlements.
Newspaper emulates Benjamin Netanyahu by erasing West Bank.
Ahed Tamimi has many admirers across Palestine.
Israeli who captured Eichmann endorses Alternative for Germany, as Austrian far-right party welcomes Likud official.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
The Qatari government has been sponsoring numerous trips for prominent right-wing American Zionists.
New Zealanders “sued” by Mossad-linked Israeli group answer back.