WWI Through Arab Eyes

By Staff, Al Jazeera English -

World War One Through Arab Eyes - Episode One: The Arabs World War One was four years of bitter conflict from 1914 to 1918. Called 'The Great War' and the 'war to end all wars', it is often [...]

Hundreds Of Jews And Arabs March In Jerusalem Against Israeli Occupation

By Nir Hasson, www.haaretz.com -

By Nir Hasson for Haaretz - Earlier Saturday, a Palestinian was shot dead after wounding two civilians and a border policeman with a knife in Jerusalem's Old City. One of the organizers, Itamar [...]

#Arabs4BlackPower Releases Movement For Black Lives Solidarity Statement

By Kirsten West Savali, www.theroot.com -

By Kirsten West Savali for The Root - Arabs for Black Power—a circle of organizers from the United States and Arabic-speaking regions—has released a statement in solidarity with the Movement for [...]

Amid Israeli Independence Day Celebrations Thousands Of Arabs Rally

By Jack Khoury, www.haaretz.com -

By Jack Khoury for Haaretz - Thousands of Arab Israelis marked Nakba Day on Wednesday with a march near the Negev Bedouin town of Rahat, the main event of which was a mass vow to preserve Bedouin [...]

Why Israel’s Schools Merit A U.S. Boycott

By Saree Makdisi, www.latimes.com -

By Saree Makdisi for Los Angeles Times. Austin, TX - At its annual convention this week, the Modern Language Assn., which represents 26,000 language and literature scholars, will become the [...]

Arabs And Jews Protest Israeli ‘Book Ban’ With A Kiss

By Renee Ghert-Zand, www.timesofisrael.com -

By Renee Ghert-Zand for Times of Israel. Time Out Tel Aviv responded to the Education Ministry’s barring from a reading list for high schoolers of a novel depicting an Israeli-Palestinian love [...]

Thousands Protest Forced Urbanization of Israel’s Bedouin

By Lia Tarachansky, www.therealnews.com -

On Saturday, November 30, thousands gathered in the Negev in southern Israel to protest the government's forced urbanization plan of the desert's Bedouin indigenous people. The plan, called [...]