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What makes Israeli apartheid “special”?

Collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between South Africa under white rule and present-day Israel.

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Six years of struggle in al-Araqib

Israel has demolished unrecognized Beduoin village more than 100 times.

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Palestine Youth Orchestra’s triumphant UK debut

A diverse program pleases solidarity audience and classical music fans alike.

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“We want to stay”

Bedouin communities in the Naqab desert face forcible transfer and urbanization.

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Israel incorporates British colonial rules into its law

Israel subjects journalist to 40 days of abusive interrogation under gag order.

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Will Lieberman order a new attack on Gaza?

Israel's new defense minister has previously urged a "thorough cleansing" in Gaza.

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Israel steps up war on Palestinian culture

Case against Haifa theater highlights Israeli government restraints on Palestinian expression.

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Palestinian priest accused of harassing men he helped recruit for Israel

Father Gabriel Naddaf has been a divisive figure who Palestinians say is helping Israel stoke Christian-Muslim tensions.

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Israel puts poet under house arrest

Dareen Tatour is committed to keep using poetry as a form of protest.

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From Palestine to Honduras, every day is Land Day

Our struggles are inseparable from the struggle against capitalism and imperialism.

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