The Electronic Intifada
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The Labour Party is over, says former MP Chris Williamson.
More than 215 killed and 30,000 injured in Gaza protests, but only one soldier indicted.
Steve Bell strip shows Labour punishing former leader for not being Zionist.
Ontario rams through order to silence Israel critics.
UN agency for Palestine refugees does not have funds to pay November salaries.
Compared to the first intifada, Israel is now enjoying a golden age.
Israel enjoys international legitimacy despite its long history of aggression.
Saudi Arabia denies meeting with Israeli officials.
Decision to resume coordination with Israel reveals paucity of thinking.
Secret documents show Board of Deputies calling the shots.
Trump administration tries to cement support for settlements, anti-Iran alliance.
Republican candidate Kelly Loeffler connects herself to journalist with ties to white supremacy and Nazism.
Taking stock of where we are and what lies ahead.
Dubliner John Lyndon is ensconced in the pro-Israel lobbying network.
Many Palestinians living abroad have lost jobs since the COVID-19 outbreak.
Move comes as President Macron wages violent crackdown on dissent.
Settler delegation receives war welcome in Gulf state.
Film festival tries to hide ties to ministry that wages war on Palestinian rights movement.
One hundred Palestinian prisoners have tested positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.
Selective censorship tactic dependent on complaints from groups with anti-Palestinian agenda.
The attack on me is part of a wider effort to push Palestinians out of Jerusalem.
PLO holds Israel “fully responsible” for killing of Bilal Rawajba.
Netanyahu has every reason to expect Biden will deliver for Israel, as Obama did.
Israel agreed to release al-Akhras on 26 November.
Israeli settlers are attacking Palestinian harvesters and destroying olive trees.
So-called “Islamist terrorism” is linked to Western wars in Muslim countries.
Three quarters of Khirbet Humsa’s community lost their shelters.
Suhail al-Amoudi was jailed for 18 months after he tried to break Gaza's blockade.
“Bye bye Jeremy Corbyn,” says former Labor lawmaker Ayelet Nahmias-Verbin.
Quarantine centers in prisons “do not meet the minimum standards.”
EU makes tepid statement on Maher al-Akhras three months after he was jailed.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
A Trump win may hasten change; a Biden victory only postpone it.
Families of victims of the 2014 Israeli offensive on Gaza have yet to receive promised aid from PA.
Educators, activists fight to protect ethnic studies from political meddling.
Amid escalating purge, former Labour leader suspended for factual statement.
Israel’s blockade and coronavirus pandemic have left many unable to access regular treatment.
EHRC investigation “a major climb-down.”
Katharina von Schnurbein treats opinion poll as more important than human rights law.
General Effie Eitam has called for mass expulsion and killing of Palestinian “creatures.”
Latest Israeli campaign smacks of desperation to smear legitimate online criticism of Israel as contrived or inauthentic.
Neither European Union nor the UK have spelled out any consequences for Israel’s actions.
Military claims that Amer Snobar, 16, died after falling.
Congressional letter fails to reference Israeli siege.
Palestinians pressured to resume coordination with Israel.
Definition used to smear Palestine solidarity accepted by less than a quarter.
Red Cross places onus on political prisoner to reach deal with his captors.
Ministry tries and fails to stop Berlin art school project to “unlearn” Zionism.