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Despite the PA's proclamation of a diplomatic "victory" in getting Israel to grant a new batch of Palestinian national IDs, it reveals how deep Israel's occupation penetrates every aspect of Palestinian lives, writes Muhammad Shehada.
The Israeli Supreme Court's rejection of a father's appeal for an apology for his daughters' killing exemplifies the impossibility of achieving justice for Palestinians, and emboldens Israel's army to disregard Gazan lives, writes Muhammad Shehada.
Throughout the decades, the Palestinian Authority maintained an illusion of power, with no qualms about losing Palestine if it can safeguard its privileges. Yet, what will the PA do when these privileges inevitably end? writes Ramona Wadi.
Palestinian-Israeli Knesset member Mansour Abbas is the newest mouthpiece for the Israeli government's colonial narrative, but the Palestinian people will not be easily swayed in their fight for liberation, writes Ramona Wadi.
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.
Gay Palestinian activist Fahad Ali explains why the Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) in Australia, by showing an Israeli state-funded film pretexting being 'apolitical', has failed the test of real solidarity with LGBTQ+ people in Palestine.
Palestinian journalist Majdoleen Hassouna, winner of this year's RSF Press Freedom Prize, was banned by Israel from leaving the West Bank to collect her award. She's not the first or last to face Israel’s punitive measures, writes Emad Moussa.
The release of Palestinian-Egyptian BDS activist Ramy Shaath after more than two years in prison is a reflection the complexity and inconsistency of Palestine’s relationship with Egypt and the rest of its Arab neighbours, writes Emad Moussa.
The conviction of Syrian war criminal Anwar Raslan for crimes against humanity is a remarkable victory for his victims, but until the top perpetrators of the Assad regime's atrocities are held accountable, justice remains elusive, writes Sam Hamad.