To Succeed, Struggles Have To Be Connected, Not Localized

By Vijay Prashad, People's Dispatch. -

In this video, Vijay Prashad, director of Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, and Fayrouz Sharqawi, Global Mobilisation Coordinator of Grassroots Al-Quds discuss the situation in [...]

Better To Launch Balloons Than Die In Silence

By Ahmed Abu Artema, Electronic Intifada. -

In recent weeks, the tension between Palestinians in Gaza and Israel’s forces of occupation has increased. Israel has used the launching of incendiary balloons by Palestinian youths as a pretext [...]

Victory For The Humboldt 3!

By Majed Abusalama, Mondoweiss. -

Es lebe die freiheit – long live freedom – is the cry of every Palestinian and all people longing for freedom from colonialism.They were also the last words of Hans Scholl, a member of the White [...]

Israel’s Crimes Must Be Met With Arms Embargo

By Maureen Clare Murphy, Electronic Intifada. -

Israel’s bombing of the besieged Gaza Strip must be met with an “urgent and comprehensive military embargo,” the Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions National Committee stated on [...]

Over 40 Protests Across The UK On #StopArmingIsrael Day Of Action

By The Palestinian Solidarity Campaign. -

Hundreds have taken to the streets in dozens of towns and cities to call for an end to the UK’s complicity in Israel’s oppression of the Palestinian people, on the 6 year anniversary of the end [...]

Pressure On Netanyahu Mounts As Israel Bombs Gaza Again

By Steve Topple, The Canary. -

Embattled Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been facing pressure at home and abroad amid his government’s continued bombing of the Gaza strip. With protests in both Jerusalem and the [...]

Israel Cuts Fuel, Gaza Goes Dark

By Tamara Nassar, Electronic Intifada. -

The Gaza Strip’s only power plant shut down on Tuesday after Israel stopped the transfer of fuel to the territory. The halting of fuel transfers is among a series of collective punishment [...]

On Bombs And Bombings

By Caitlin Johnstone.   -

For a full week now the Israeli army has been bombing Gaza, a population that is about to run out of fuel for its only power plant due to a years-long Israeli program of deliberate siege [...]

Sanitizing War Crimes: Palestine, Israel And COVID–19

By Bilal Farah & Adam Zeineddine, Marxist.com. -

Despite the Jerusalem Post calling the strip the “safest place in the world” because of its isolation, last Sunday it had its first nine confirmed cases. The virus started in Gaza when two [...]

Coronavirus In Gaza: Just 40 ICU Beds For Two Million People Under Siege

By David Hearst, Middleeasteye.net -

Hospitals all over the western world are bracing for a tsunami of intensely ill patients suffering from breathing difficulties due to the Coronavirus. In Britain, car companies are scrambling to [...]

Doctors Warn Of Gaza Strip’s Collapse

By Jack Khoury, Haaretz.com. -

Palestine - The announcement Sunday that the first two cases of the coronavirus had been diagnosed in the Gaza Strip transformed the situation there from a state of readiness for the prospect [...]

Fears Rise As Two COVID-19 Cases Confirmed In Besieged Gaza Strip

By Yumna Patel, Mondoweiss.net -

It was an announcement Palestinians were hoping they would never have to hear in the midst of the global COVID-19 pandemic. On Sunday, the first two cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed [...]

Sanctions In Gaza

By Pippa Bartolotti, Workers.org -

Feb. 9 — The hardships in Gaza are well known, but the human implications of the blockade are rarely documented in the Western press. This is because the interests of Israel, the U.S. and other [...]

The UN Predicted Gaza Would Be Unlivable By 2020. They Were Right.

By Tania Hary, 972mag.com -

While revelers around the world are making new year’s resolutions for 2020, in the Gaza Strip, a different kind of assessment is taking place as Palestinians try to determine whether, or how, [...]

Israeli Snipers Target Gaza Protesters In The Eyes

By Tareq Hajjaj and Pam Bailey, The New Arab. -

Media coverage and social media posts went wild when Palestinian photojournalist Muath Amarneh was blinded in his left eye after he was hit by a rubber bullet while covering a protest in the West [...]