From photos of Gaza postage stamps to fictional stories about Shakira, Fikra magazine aims to be a creative, uncensored platform for writers and artists. The inception of Fikra magazine, a….
In mere months, entire Palestinian communities between Ramallah and Jericho have been chased out by settler violence and state policies — paving the way for a total Israeli takeover of….
The Freedom Theatre’s Ahmed Tobasi describes the devastating scenes from an ongoing Israeli invasion evoking the darkest days of the Second Intifada.
Archeologists criticized the participation of two Ariel University scholars at the international event, citing illegality of excavations on occupied territory.
The expulsion of Salama’s Palestinians, the settling of Mizrahi Jews in their place, and the eviction of those residents decades later reveals the mechanism by which Israel continues to erase Palestinian existence.
The Israeli right and center left have learned time and again that the best way to paralyze the opposition is to launch an assault on the blockaded strip.
The true test of this wave of protests will come once victory is secured: will the crowds go home, or will they push for radical change?
Civil resistance against the government has put the Israeli military in an unparalleled crisis, presenting an opportunity for those fighting apartheid.
Children trapped by settlers. A mutilated pet. Checkpoints blocking aid. A Palestinian family recounts the horrifying night of the Huwara pogrom.
Francesca Albanese discusses the recent attacks against her, defining Israel’s occupation as settler colonialism, and using international law to dismantle it.