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“Thirst for strength” is one driver of Israeli ethnonationalist expansionism.

Massive grassroots support for socialist lawmaker.

Arms from companies owned by Warren Kanders have almost certainly been used in attacks against Palestinians.

UN using biased anti-Semitism definition that targets supporters of Palestinian rights.

Dozens injured with tear gas and stun grenades in al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Council snitched to police about The Big Ride to Palestine.

Misleadingly-named Anti-Semitism Awareness Act introduced in US House of Representatives just before summer recess.

And we talk to the author of a new thriller on Palestinian resistance to Israel.

Several members of a close-knit family left Gaza after their home was razed.

UN criticizes approval of 2,400 new West Bank housing units.

New film, Gaza, documents the ordinary aspirations of extraordinary people.

Israel boasted that it confiscated shoes destined for Gaza. It didn’t go down very well.

Graduates of Israeli military unit have developed highly invasive technology.

Newspaper of record is still a gatekeeper on Palestinian freedom and equal rights.

Government bodies directly responsible for oppressing Palestinians benefit from major science program.

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

Calls to murder director of Al-Haq posted on Israeli government-run Facebook page.

Palestinian Authority never fulfilled promises to pay for medical treatment for Sari Rubaiya.

Army reportedly decides to change its open-fire orders after more than 200 fatalities.

Palestinians protest delegation of Arab journalists hosted by Israeli foreign ministry.