The Electronic Intifada
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Military companies promote “a sanitized version of their repressive technologies,” watchdog says.
Dubious definition of anti-Semitism is being challenged.
Date farmers in Gaza enjoy a plentiful date harvest but with little hope of reaping much profit.
Political analyst Roland Freudenstein buddies up with advocates of extreme violence.
Human rights group barred from publishing evidence of Israeli torture against Palestinian detainees.
German press council throws out anti-Semitism complaint against investigative report on Israel lobby influence.
Energy deal implemented despite staunch opposition.
How a strange brew of Zionism, colonialism and anti-Semitism led to denial of Palestinian self-determination.
Netanyahu uses fishing industry to pressure Gaza as a whole.
“Campaign Against Antisemitism” removes revealing video gloating about election.
The AJC Transatlantic Institute replaces reality with lies.
Even menial work in Israel or settlements pay better for many than their field of study.
Anthology of short stories imagines the Nakba in 2048.
The Lawfare Project’s director will be joined by Dennis Ross at anti-Palestinian event.
Killing of Qasem Soleimani underscores how US and Israel prefer ISIS to Iran.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.
Sons support unemployed parents by selling drinks and mending shoes.
New settlement project seeks to double “fanatic” settlers in occupied West Bank city.
Residents of apartment block remain destitute five years after Israel's attack.
Relentless attacks and attempts to criminalize BDS has only strengthened movement.
Fatou Bensouda has left open the possibility that judges will reject a full investigation.
People around the world continue to fight for Palestinian rights.
Will ICC investigation lead to justice for Palestinians?
Charities in Gaza cannot operate normally as their bank accounts have been closed.
University bows to pressure from politicians and suspends Palestine solidarity group.
Protests by Kanaka Maoli bear similarities to Gaza's Great March of Return.
A joke about dying in Gaza turns out to be prescient.
Johannes Börmann has likened BDS campaigners to Nazis.
Israel must grant Palestinians same rights as its citizens, says Human Rights Watch.
Occupation authorities ignore appeals to respect freedom of movement, worship.
Israel lobby group and Jerusalem chief rabbi visit Manama in the same week.
Paper of record gives Jared Kushner first crack at spinning executive order.
False anti-Semitism smears must be forcefully rejected.
Egyptian military accused of torturing Palestinians traveling through the Sinai.
Aiding projects in occupied East Jerusalem is morally reprehensible.
The Return Journeys showcase Palestinian art and food.
Friends of children killed by Israel struggle to resume normal life.
Order foreshadows more government inquisitions into Palestine activism on campus.
Conservatives are far more supportive of Israel than Labour.
Jordan conducted military drills in the north earlier this month.
“You’re brutal killers, not nice people at all,” US president tells Jewish audience.
Lawyers for Mavi Marmara victims vow to appeal new decision granting Israel impunity.
Palestinian dies in Israeli detention following years of medical neglect.