The Electronic Intifada
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All the news that’s fit to omit. Isabel Kershner reports Israelis, rather than Palestinians, are “walled in.”
Israel is banning activists from occupied Palestine based on information obtained through a covert campaign.
Diplomat says Pretoria it will boycott Israel-Africa summit and urge others to do the same.
Community activist prepares to leave US after four-year legal battle.
Jewish Voice for Labour critical of pro-Israel groups in party.
Scarce space, overpopulation, occupation, closure and poverty cannot tamp down human ingenuity.
A new book investigates resistance to Israel lobby repression on US campuses.
Armed men tried to seize critically injured man, who died.
Why is pro-Israel billionaire Sheldon Adelson backing godfather of anti-Semitic “alt-right”?
BDS Austria demands end to “EU cooperation with Israeli racists.”
Activists seek to shed light on Israeli “war” against Palestine rights movement.
Measure targeting Palestinian rights movement facing growing opposition.
Outspoken quarterback bypassed by inferior players in Trump’s America.
Brussels bureaucrats shrug their shoulders as Israel seeks to evade weapons ban.
Israeli minister facing difficulties in effort to shut down Al Jazeera.
Senator says bill would violate free speech rights.
Organization has seen huge growth with resurgence of left-wing politics.
Draconian and discriminatory punishment was not even applied to Jewish assassin of Yitzhak Rabin.
The Glow and Thought finds creative means to stress that books are for everyone.
The ordinary person gives this extraordinary movement its internationalist muscle.
Generators for phone company held up by Israel, and more disruption could harm online economy.
Brussels bureaucrats heard indignation over incitement targeting Palestinians.
Avishai Ivri is the face of EU promotional campaign to win favor of Israelis.
Rare move follows major mobilization by Palestinian rights movement.
Israeli minister says his country identifies with Saudi Arabia and other “moderates.”
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
West Bank boy suffered serious head injuries in attack by occupation forces.
French firm holds shares in Israeli arms firm and banks that finance settlements.
Palestinians urge activists to step up focus on security firm.
Video shows unprovoked Israeli attack on worshippers.
Media continue to paint Israel, which occupies millions of Palestinians, as the victim.
Israel has declared the three-story building a closed military zone.
Palestinian Authority refuses to allow transfer of patients out of Gaza.
US lawmakers confronted over anti-BDS law; Aja Monet reads from her new book of poetry.
Jerusalem holy site reopened for prayer only one hour before police repressed massive crowd.
New evidence shows depths of Israeli “war” on BDS.
Stories of Palestinian embroidery served with comforting tea.
Faith leaders condemned efforts to chill advocacy for Palestinian rights.
Protest of measures at al-Aqsa is ongoing, and so is repression against it.
“We will not allow our parade to be used to distract” from abuses of Palestinians, activists say.
In “Water & Salt,” poet Lena Khalaf Tuffaha finds a clear voice in her second language.