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In light of Israel’s recent attacks on Gaza, Ali Adam explains what life is like for Palestinians in the largest open air prison, and why international pressure must be applied urgently to finally life a blockade that has lasted over 15 years.
By allowing citizenship to be revoked for 'disloyalty', Israel's Supreme Court reaffirms that Israel is not a state for all of its citizens, with a legal system that systematically denies Palestinians their fundamental rights, writes Nimer Sultany.
Given the connections linking the company that produced Jordan Peterson's video message to Muslims, with US and Israeli intelligence, Lowkey questions whether there is a coordinated push to promote the Abraham Accords.
Israeli politicians have long used military attacks on Gaza as a tool to whip up support, with elections approaching this clearly continues to be the case, especially as voters and campaigners move further to the right, writes Ahmed Alnaouq.
The Israeli journalist sneaking into Mecca was, for some, a ‘stunt’ by the Saudi government to test the waters for normalisation, but this has raised a question about a pre-existing history between Tel-Aviv and Riyadh, writes Emad Moussa.
After relentless pressure from the pro-Israel lobby, Unilever overturned Ben & Jerry’s decision not to sell in the Occupied Territories. Israel may have won this battle, but the BDS movement continues to gain momentum, writes Richard Silverstein.
Heather Mendick draws personal experiences to highlight the online policing of Jewish identity and its effects, particularly for those who are vocally left-wing and anti-zionist.
In the lead up to the US president's visit to the region, Abbas made multiple threats, but despite Biden's failure to hold Israel accountable, there was no follow through. This has been a defining feature of Abbas' leadership, writes Ali Adam.
A visit by a Pakistani-American interfaith group to Israel has sparked outrage in Pakistan, but behind the veneer of “dialogue”, the group’s leader, Anila Ali, has promoted Islamophobic views, writes Richard Silverstein.
To build international support for the Six-Day war in 1967, Israel peddled the idea of a second Shoah. This was especially useful for rallying American Jews who had not previously identified as strongly with Israel and Zionism, writes Emad Moussa.