The Electronic Intifada
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Palestinian citizen of Israel shot dead in Jerusalem.
German composer asserts freedom to stand up for Palestinian rights.
My cousin is paralyzed after being shot by an Israeli sniper.
Rashad al-Hissi has been fishing for 60 years.
Palestinian American politician clarifies stance on BDS.
Wife of jailed Saudi blogger is at the center of diplomatic spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada.
Michigan Democrat has been vague about stance on US military aid to Israel.
Defense minister makes patently false claim that 168 Palestinians slain since outset of Great March of Return all belonged to Hamas.
Refugee issue? What refugee issue?
Abdallah al-Qatati, 22, is third medic slain during Great March of Return protests.
My mother recalls how Gaza families fought back when Israelis invaded their homes.
Obliteration of five-story building followed night of terror for Palestinians families.
Momentum leader and Labour national executive member cosies up to Israeli embassy front group.
Union said it would go on strike if Zim-chartered vessel entered Radès.
UN envoy warns of “devastating consequences” if escalation is not contained.
But activists are demanding a full inquiry into covert trade with Israel.
Human rights are non-negotiable. Except in Gaza.
Nearly half of all Democrats believe Israel is a “racist country.”
Israeli government app falsely attributes “anti-Semitic” comments to Corbyn.
Attack on Hajo Meyer is part of campaign to silence Labour support for Palestine.
Unions leaders call on Tunisian dock workers not to unload Israel-chartered Cornelius A.
Egypt, UN brokering indirect talks to end Gaza blockade.
Doctors do their best to save lives and limbs despite Gaza's collapsing health system.
Israeli missile strike kills teens in deadly month for Gaza’s children.
The cargo vessel Cornelius A is Turkish-flagged but appears to operate on behalf of Israeli shipping line Zim.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Is Saudi Arabia using Israeli technology in efforts to spy on human rights defenders?
“There is no justice in an Israeli court when the accused is Palestinian,” poet says.
Israel violently boards flotilla boat, “unlawfully detains” passengers.
Israeli snipers target Palestinian families traumatized during 2014 attack.
Dutch researchers handcuffed, abused by Israeli interrogators before being expelled.
Teen who spent eight months in prison says she has no regrets for slapping occupation soldier.
Palestinian teen killed after fatally stabbing Israeli in West Bank settlement.
Limak Holding stays out of project “due to its sensitive nature.”
Protesters died after walking into paths of bullets, internal probe claims.
Lawmakers applaud Jordanian company for refusing to provide building materials.
Israel closes Palestinian college in Jerusalem, bans Birzeit faculty from obtaining visas.
The pain of people displaced by Zionist forces in 1948 remains vivid 70 years later.
Reporting on Palestine circumscribed by editorial framing narratives.
Israeli policies targeting Palestinians undergirded by violence or its threat.
Anti-BDS operative Benjamin Weinthal admits "you have to exaggerate" in order to smear activists as anti-Semites.
In shocking news, US peace efforts have ended, at least for now, without success.
Editorial illustration by Nidal El-Khairy.
Teen shot during raid on West Bank refugee camp is latest fatality by Israeli forces.
Saudi network Al Arabiya airs documentary promoting Zionist slant on history.
Life returns to normal in Israel while Gaza hospitals run out of fuel.
Government-backed Jewish-only singles mixers aim to prevent miscegenation.