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Palestinian American congresswoman faces smears from left and right.

Under pressure, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute cancels honor for iconic intellectual.

Dozens of civil society groups targeted for defunding because they defy Israeli line.

After 18 years in prison, Imad al-Din al-Saftawi finally is able to give his daughter a doll.
Few suffered more than the Samounis during Israel's unprecedented Cast Lead attack.

Rarely can a major diplomatic initiative have been so eagerly unanticipated.

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

Israel’s propaganda efforts continued to fail across the globe.

In the absence of accountability, Israel threatens further violence against Gaza protesters.

Campaigners declare victory, demand banking giant pull out of more war industry firms.

Palestinian children denied permits for medical care while others are exploited for propaganda.

On the anniversary of Israel’s first Gaza war, one writer recounts the chaos and remembers friends who didn’t survive.
Gaza police officer killed by Israel on 27 December 2008 had planned to propose marriage that same day.

The real scandal is that repression is being enabled.

Soldiers prevented paramedics from reaching Palestinians shot in West Bank.

Mossad-linked group Shurat HaDin engaging in “unlawful interference.”

Gaza suffers talent drain as those who can leave for new horizons.
Latifa Abu Humaid spent much of her life in a building recently demolished by the military.

Supposedly “non-lethal” warning missile was sharpnel-laced anti-personnel munition.

Senators Bernie Sanders and Dianne Feinstein, and New York Times oppose effort to rush through anti-BDS bill.