Progressives in France have to fight a two-front battle: one against far right Israeli propaganda and another against the strange alliance between some genuinely anti-Semitic far right and…
A July 25 editorial by The New York Times shows how a reasonable and ostensibly balanced text can mask deeply biased pro-Israel sentiments.
At least 16 people were killed and more than 200 injured Thursday when a school used as a United Nations shelter came under fire in Gaza.
Israel’s assault on the Gaza Strip has triggered the largest West Bank protest in years, with more than 15,000 people marching Thursday from Ramallah toward Jerusalem.
US media accounts tend to propagate false and misleading information about Israel, Hamas and Gaza; five key misconceptions are debunked.
John Kerry inadvertently revealed the administration’s possible doubts about Israel. The Israeli narrative may lose traction as the public sees the reality on the ground in Gaza.
Israel has entered the 17th day of its bombardment of the Gaza Strip, where the Palestinian death toll has reached at least 732.
BDS Movement Founder Omar Barghouti discusses growing solidarity with Palestinians and whether Fatah-Hamas unity deal motivated Israel’s aggression.
Facts provided by an Israeli think tank contradict a July 23 front-page story in The New York Times about the origins of Israel’s assault on Gaza.
Neoliberal governments invoke phrases like “collateral damage” or “military necessity” to absolve them of the horrors they inflict. We need to develop a new political language.