Opinion

Palestinians who defend themselves are not terrorists

Palestinians who attack armed occupation forces are not terrorists under international law and in order for the violence to end,…

How the uprising turned things around in Palestine

For most people 8 December came and went like any other ordinary day. For Palestinian political groups, though, it was…

The time has come to officially label ‘Israel’ a racist and oppressive state

No one should throw accusations of racism around lightly because, if proven, then swift action must follow. The trade union…

The memory of real journalism

On the 30th of October, journalism lost Robert Fisk. The Middle East correspondent for “The Independent” British newspaper, who has covered…

Challenges facing Palestine solidarity work in the UK require common understanding

United Kingdom( The inside Palestine)- In the presence of the Palestinian Ambassador to the UK Dr. Husam Zomlot, leaders of the…

To what extent did the spycops target Palestine solidarity groups?

This week the Undercover Policing Inquiry finally got underway, albeit in an unusual, coronavirus-restricted virtual fashion. There has been a delay of…

Normalization pushes the state of ‘Israel’ to build new alliances

The normalisation agreements between Arab countries and Israel have led to louder calls for the US and Israel to establish…

The root problem of poverty in Palestine is not Covid-19, but Israel’s colonialism

The UN’s non-binding and generalised Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have provided a diversion in current EU and Palestinian politics. On…

The spirit of Palestinian detainee Maher al-Akhras will live on

Palestinian political prisoner Maher Al-Akhras has been on hunger strike for 83 days now. A father of six children, Al-Akhras was…

Saudi-funded MBC’s removal of Palestinian show raises questions over normalisation with ‘Israel’

Saudi-funded TV channel MBC temporarily removed an acclaimed historical drama about Palestine from its streaming service, in a move that…
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