Karl Sabbagh is a British Palestinian writer, documentary maker and publisher. Author of dozens of books he also runs Skyscraper Publications, a small independent publisher.
Comment: Thousands on non-Palestinians work to show the injustice of Israel's slaughter of Palestinians. That there are only a handful of non-Jews supporting Israel says everything, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: A new president in northern Cyprus brings greater unity to a divided island and raises hopes that a new leadership could bring peace to Palestine, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: The past is a powerful political tool. Its selective interpretation and destruction should be condemned, whether it is by the Islamic State group or Israel, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: US support of Israel knows no bounds - from redefining anti-Semitism to blocking EU policies critical of Israel. Let's take this love-fest to the next level, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: In Palestine, as in the UK during the election, the public narrative often runs counter to prevailing private beliefs, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: Museums are an important part of any nation's identity, and even constitute a claim to that identity. This is why museums about Palestine are important, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: The Balfour Declaration promised nothing, but was cited by those wanting a Jewish state in Palestine. What would happen if focus was shifted to Palestinians, asks Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: The lack of effective Arab support for Palestinians means it is easy for them to forget they are Arabs, and that Palestine is an Arab cause, says Karl Sabbagh.
Comment: The nature of the US political system allows those with money - in this example, pro-Zionists - to wield undue influence over policy.
Comment: By failing to analyse and understand the rationale behind Israel's propaganda, Western media is complicit in its lies.