Preparing Ottawa’s diplomats for change emerging from untenable status quo.
Judges approve the forcible transfer of Palestinians, settlers give the final push.
DMFI busy promoting new Israeli government.
Not a single EU state voted in favor of the resolution.
New York Times plays up Israeli voices in response to Human Rights Watch.
Jeff Halper helps lay the groundwork for a democratic future.
“Progressive” wins plaudits from Israel lobby group for honoring war criminal.
Jamaal Bowman’s win in New York signals grassroots change not reflected in party platform.
Panel with Ali Abunimah, Phil Weiss and Nada Elia talks about what comes next.
Omar Yaghi, 8 months old, died while awaiting Israeli permission for medical treatment.
Islamophobe Daniel Pipes indulges his bigotry in making case against West Bank annexation.
Advisers who botched chance to secure equal rights for Palestinians try to influence election platform.
Israel announces massive expansion of colonies on stolen Palestinian land.
How Israel and its supporters ensured a one-state reality.
Now is the moment of reckoning: one state with perpetual Palestinian subjugation or one state with equal rights.
“Thirst for strength” is one driver of Israeli ethnonationalist expansionism.
Reading Time: 3 minutesOne of the most controversial subjects under the sun is the dynamic between Israel and the Palestinians. There are many sides to this complex issue, and to help understand it better, we have chosen two short films that help explain it — mostly from the viewpoint of the Palestinians.
Democrats initiate flawed resolutions to uphold obsolete two-state solution.
Israel to forcibly displace hundreds of Palestinians from Jerusalem neighborhoods.
But António Guterres quickly reasserts commitment to failed international consensus.
Justice is impossible, so long as Israel remains committed to a racist ideology.
Ultimate deal set to be ultimate insult.
One democratic state in historic Palestine is the sole realistic option.
Regional certainties unsettled by Trump's demolition job on two-state solution.
Israel’s right wing is seizing its moment to uncertain result.
Are NPR and MSNBC capable of a substantive discussion regarding Palestinian rights?
What has prompted Israel-Saudi alliance to emerge from the shadows?
Trump's announcement to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital marks a threshold passed that cannot be walked back.
New US plan may be more about regional power play than Palestinian-Israeli peace.
Amid Israeli siege, Palestinian divisions cause rising tensions in Gaza, UN warns.
US public strongly supports single democratic state if two-state solution fails, survey shows.
Document reflects deep changes in thinking within Islamist resistance movement.
New book by historian Ilan Pappe debunks myth of Jewish and democratic state.
Surging left-wing candidate backs sanctions against Israel.
The European Union has done nothing to stop Israel destroying infrastructure it has paid for in the occupied West Bank.
Land theft for settlements continues apace under legal subterfuge.
How the insurgent challenger for the Democratic nomination went from slamming Israeli violence to excusing it.
How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army?
Noam Chomsky appears less hostile to the boycott of Israel than he was in his notorious 2014 article for The Nation.