On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Oslo Accords (September 13, 1993), AURDIP republished Edward Said’s premonitory article in the London Review of Books of October 21, 1993…..
We the undersigned, Palestinian academics, writers, artists, activists, and people of all walks of life, unequivocally condemn the morally and politically reprehensible comments made by President of the Palestinian Authority….
The Israeli military wants the homes of Masafer Yatta for target practice. And the country’s Supreme Court says that’s totally kosher.
EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a collaboration between The Nation, +972 Magazine, and Local Call.
Former UN secretary general recently warned that the two-state solution is no longer relevant. His statement joins the calls of others, who believe that the time has come to abandon the ‘land for peace’ formula and focus on the demand that Israel grant equal rights to Palestinians
I am past President of the American Anthropological Association and this is why I am voting to boycott Israeli academic institutions
Eight years since the American Anthropological Association first considered the academic boycott of Israel, conditions for Palestinians have only gotten worse, and Israeli academic institutions are complicit. That is why I am supporting the new boycott resolution.
Al-Haq and FIDH Welcome EU Statement on Threats against the ICC and Call for a Consistent and Global Support of all Investigations
Al-Haq and the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) welcome and commend the statement of the European Union (EU) expressing concern about the coercive measures reportedly taken by Russian representatives….
‘Though there has been a shift in the narrative that is discernible, we actually have to translate that into action to dismantle apartheid.’
‘We try to reveal the subconscious of the dry, bureaucratic document,’ says the movement’s founder
Allowing the government to decide what constitutes a legitimate target of protest is a huge threat to democracy in the UK
While governments speak of a two-state solution, what we have today is a ‘one-state reality,’ writes former executive director of Human Rights Watch Kenneth Roth.