The U.S. is perfectly happy to let its role in underwriting the daily violence of Israeli occupation go unnoticed.
Filipinx activists opposing settler colonialism at home have many reasons to organize in solidarity with Palestine.
The attack comes just weeks after a ceasefire agreement paused Israel’s deadly 11-day assault on Gaza.
Thousands of Jews in Israel get reparations for expulsion and persecution, yet Israel denies the same for Palestinians.
States buying military and security products from Israel are complicit in the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians.
Naftali Bennett, who is expected to succeed Benjamin Netanyahu, is more of an extreme opponent of Palestinian rights.
The current protests build on a long history of port shutdown organizing.
Omar said Wednesday that she was once again enduring threats against her life and racist vitriol following her remarks.
The crackdown came days before Israel’s Supreme Court rules on whether to allow more ethnic cleansing in East Jerusalem.
If chosen to succeed Benjamin Netanyahu as prime minister, Naftali Bennett won’t end apartheid or the occupation.