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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.
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.
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.
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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.
Co-founder of Palestine Action, Huda Ammori, writes about how activists used direct action to target arms company Elbit Systems for their role in arming Israel, and succeeded in driving them out of the UK.
Biden's first trip to the Middle East as president payed lip-service to the two-state solution but made it clear that Palestine was not a priority. Palestinian leadership must stop waiting on external solutions, writes Emad Moussa.
63 years since the launch of the South African anti-apartheid movement which continues to inspire BDS efforts against Israeli crimes, Emad Moussa reminds us of important differences that make the fight for Palestinians much more difficult.
Yara Hawari highlights the concerning policies that the UK government is using to target both Palestine solidarity, as well as wider social justice movements and mobilisations. This also presents an opportunity for collective resistance, she writes.
Israel’s aims and intentions during the 34-day long 2006 Lebanon war, writes Emad Moussa, were less to do with targeting Hezbollah and ‘countering’ its missile attacks, and more with the collective punishment of civilians.