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In-depth: Decades after Kach's founding and Rabbi Meir Kahane's death, the radical Jewish supremacist movement may be even more influential today than during its inception.
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.
Despite Biden’s pledges to reverse some of the damage done to Palestinians by the Trump administration, nothing notable has changed even though Israel’s crimes and violations of international law continue, writes Ali Adam.
In-depth: In the killing of Shireen Abu Akleh, there is a precedent to investigate the death of an American journalist abroad. But when it comes to Israel, a key US ally, the political will for justice and accountability is lacking.
A new documentary about the Tantura massacre of 1948 reveals much about memory politics in Israel and the ever-present Nakba. But for Israelis and Jews in solidarity with Palestine, the film also forces a reckoning, writes Emily Hilton.
States of Journalism series: In Western media, the misrepresentation of Palestinians and their ongoing oppression by Israel is normalised. Ahmed Alnaouq writes about the action he took against these practices following his brother's tragic death.
The Bradford Literature Festival is once again in the eye of the storm, this time over its sponsorship by pro-Israel groups. This further emphasises the importance of cultural spaces and the solidarity they can serve, writes Ibrahim Abul-Essad.
In attacking and expelling Palestinians from al-Aqsa during Ramadan, Israeli forces and settlers have violated the status quo at the holy site and disrespected the sanctity of the mosque, writes Daoud Kuttab.
In-depth: Despite President Gabriel Boric's history of support for the Palestinian cause, his administration has focused on other domestic political concerns.
Praised for welcoming Ukrainian refugees fleeing Russia’s invasion, Israel’s granting of asylum to Ukrainian Jews is ultimately fuelled by a need to maintain a demographic supremacy over Palestinians, writes Robert Inlakesh.