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Are climate change deniers funding attack on Palestine activism?

Charles and David Koch may be bankrolling a backlash against efforts to boycott Israel.

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The messages from Israel’s election

It is urgent to forsake old formulas for “peace” and start looking for just and viable alternatives.

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“Beautiful Israel” group misleads on “cooperation” with Greenpeace, WWF

Ecological groups in Italy confirm they have no partnership with group linked to Israeli military.

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The frat boys who slander Palestine solidarity

Corporate media regurgitate baseless claims that Palestine activists were behind hate graffiti at California campus.

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Palestine in Motion

By Quanita Diaz – 08 March 2015 With nearly 35000 race entries, a colourful river of cyclists filled the streets to start the 38th Cape Town Cycle Tour 2015. Many cyclists sported corporate-sponsored attire whereas other cyclists were kitted out in charitable organisation attire or awareness raising attire. Kwadukuza Cycling Club hails from Stanga, KwaZulu-Natal. Clothed in Free Palestine attire were ...

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Economic independence grows at Palestinian mushroom farm

New company aims to provide alternative to Israeli produce in the occupied West Bank.

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Gas deal with Israel is “knife at Jordan’s throat,” say campaigners

Several Israeli firms belong to the consortium exploiting the Leviathan gas field.

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How EU-US trade deal could thwart “boycott Israel” campaign

A new bill before Congress would make any trade deal with Europe conditional on a crackdown against the Palestinian-led boycott, divestment and sanctions movement.

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Canada’s blank check for Israel

Canada is shifting far away from a growing consensus on Israeli aggression and Palestinian rights.

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I was “part of a terror organization,” says Israeli pilot turned activist

Israel’s policy of “targeted assassinations” prompted Yonatan Shapira to ask why he was serving in its military.

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