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The decision by the Tory-led United Kingdom government to ban Hamas has nothing to do with fighting anti-Semitism, rather it merely seeks to benefit a settler-colonial enterprise, writes Emad Moussa.
If the UN was serious about Palestinian rights, it would have recognized a blatant link between the international community's normalisation of Israeli colonisation in 1948 to the increasing Israeli settler violence today, writes Ramona Wadi.
BDS’ strength is in its ability to adapt, penetrate, and garner support, and it has triggered Israel's greatest fear of a shift in global public opinion regarding the state's history and legitimacy, writes Emad Moussa.
17 years since his death, Yasser Arafat's legacy is as contradictory and complex as the conflict and the history in which he emerged, writes Emad Moussa.
Listening to PA president Mahmoud Abbas' "laughable" speech at the UN, one could not help but reminisce about Yasser Arafat, writes Emad Moussa.
Opinion: A recent poll of American Jewish voters shows that many are much more progressive on the issue of Palestine than the politicians who represent them, writes Mitchell Plitnick.
Israeli NGOs do not seem ready to tackle the Nakba nor Israel's recent encroachment on Palestinian history, their silence makes them part of the problem, writes Emad Moussa.
Opinion: Amazon and Google have shown no sign of reconsidering their participation in Israeli “Project Nimbus,” and seem to prefer to ignore the controversy in the hope it will blow over. But that may not be a sure thing, writes Mitchell Plitnick.
Opinion: The latest escalations by Israel is proof that conflict is not incidental or circumstantial to Zionism; it is integral to its logic and necessary for its functioning, writes Emad Moussa.