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Video: Don’t call us “Arab lovers,” says head of Israel’s “peace camp”

Opposition leader Isaac Herzog unmasks the racism of Israel’s allegedly center-left Zionist Union.

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Univ. of California regents set to vote on policy to curb Israel criticism

Pro-Israel groups have pushed for policy that conflates anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.

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Bernie Sanders and the question of Palestine

How the insurgent challenger for the Democratic nomination went from slamming Israeli violence to excusing it.

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A guide to dialoguing with Palestinians

How are Palestinians supposed to speak with their gullets compressed by the gun butts of the Israeli army?

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The “men of capital” and the struggle for Palestine

Author Sherene Seikaly draws a fascinating portrait of Mandate Palestine’s middle class.

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Liberal Zionism and the ethnonational imperative

That Zionists accuse adamant critics of anti-Semitism of themselves being anti-Semitic isn’t a disconnect; it is a vital feature of Zionism.

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The silent reminders of Israel’s robbery

New book shows how Palestinians have been written out of history.

 

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The Nakba: A Day to Remember

67 years ago, 15 May 1948, more than 700 000 Palestinians were forcibly removed and expelled from their homeland to pave the way for a Jewish State. Rape, pillage, slaughter were methods the Zionists used to drive Palestinians to flee for safety. Those that remained behind suffered and their progeny continues to suffer to this day. The erasure of Palestine and ...

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Palestinians and the dilemmas of solidarity

The end of the Zionist colonial venture remains the precondition for justice and peace for all the residents of historic Palestine.

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Chomsky and Pappe clash on “solutions” for Palestine in new book

Noam Chomsky appears less hostile to the boycott of Israel than he was in his notorious 2014 article for The Nation.

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