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South Africa's boycotting of Miss Universe in Israel, though a small act of solidarity with Palestinians, is a refreshing form of bravery, writes Nyasha Bhobo.
No amount of pink light projected on IDF's headquarters in Tel Aviv to mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month can obscure Israel's cruelty towards Palestinian women, writes Mimi Kirk.
Opinion: International normalisation of Israel's occupation and settler-colonialism in Palestine has a shelf life, even if the US-led world order chooses to do nothing, writes Jordan's ex-UN envoy Hasan Abu Nimah.
The Biden administration's reluctance to reopen the US consulate in Jerusalem is basically a de facto recognition in favour of Israel's system of military and apartheid rule over the Palestinians, writes Ali Adam.
Zakaria Zubeidi's story illustrates that no matter if Palestinians choose armed struggle or non-violent means, Israel will always choose war, writes Abu Bakr Bashir.
Opinion: Despite promises of walking back on Trump-era policies on Palestine, both the Biden administration and the United Nations will likely maintain the gains made for Israel, writes Ramona Wadi.
Opinion: Despite the progressive blocs' failure to stop the Iron Dome funding in US Congress, the loss is not the end, but rather a harbinger of changes for US-Israeli relations, writes Imad K. Harb.
Opinion: In its latest ruling denying tax-exempt status for NGOs providing education services for Palestinians, Israel's highest court is supporting discriminatory practices that contribute to the crimes of apartheid, writes Sari Bashi.
Opinion: Israel need not worry as the Biden administration will continue selling arms to the biggest violators in the Gulf, writes Annelle Sheline.