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Will FIFA bow to Israeli pressure over settlement teams?

Calls mount for world football body to finally act on Israel’s violations of Palestinian rights.

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Israel is world’s leading practitioner of water apartheid

South African minister: water is a weapon of war against Palestinians.

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Ahmed Kathrada, icon of South Africa’s freedom struggle, dies

A lifelong comrade and fellow prisoner with Nelson Mandela, Kathrada was unflinching in his support for the Palestinian struggle.

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Israel lashes out at Palestine activists

Palestine Solidarity Campaign chair Hugh Lanning interrogated for seven hours before deportation from Tel Aviv.

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How the Israel lobby is using Owen Jones

Anti-Palestinian groups want to co-opt “soft critics” of Israel in new effort to isolate the BDS movement.

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Trump-Netanyahu meeting lays ground for one-state solution

Options are consolidated Israeli apartheid versus equal rights for all.

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Why I must oppose smears against Israel’s critics in Germany

Israel’s Berlin embassy has told lies about Farid Esack, a South African professor who recently taught in Hamburg.

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Neo-Nazi assassin of Jo Cox claimed “personal experience” of publishing

Unpublished letter to pro-apartheid magazine claimed familiarity with “running an independent publication.”

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Hague prosecutor updates Palestine war crimes probe

New report gives fuller picture of 2014 Gaza war, but there’s no deadline for preliminary examination to be completed.

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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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