The first Palestinian protestor after Trump's announcement died in Khan Younis. He'd probably never seen Jerusalem, about an hour from Gaza. He would have had his own imaginary Holy City, a promissory image that hangs on so many Gazan walls
Sure, the demonstrators in Tel Aviv aren’t rushing to join anti-occupation groups, but taking to the streets opposing the erosion of democracy for Jews is still important
50 images of Palestinians born in 1967 are on display in a new exhibition in Jaffa. The project’s photographers included Israelis and Palestinians, which led to some fascinating encounters
22 West Bank Palestinians were denied entry to the show, marking the 50th anniversary of the Israeli occupation
Paradoxically, the anti-BDS bill could very well hasten the end of the repression and subjugation of the Palestinian people
Yara Bakheet, 4, and Aya Abu Mutalq, 5, are among 20 patients who died this year after their exit permits were not granted in time
There’s no need to inform the Israelis about the sins of the occupation. They already know. And it’s pointless to force them to know what they know. It only annoys them. But there’s a very good reason for bringing our abominations to the knowledge of the nations of the world.
The education minister just added the Association of Civil Rights in Israel to B’Tselem and Breaking the Silence, organizations that have been the focus of government persecution for some time
The ex-Pink Floyd frontman is an active member of the BDS movement. His Jewish manager calls the public broadcasters' decision 'absolutely ridiculous'
ISIS’ barbaric attack on a Sufi mosque is a striking reminder of why those who opposed Israel leaving Sinai were wrong – and why withdrawing from the West Bank is just as feasible and necessary