West Bank

How Israel’s Occupation Came Home

How Israel’s Occupation Came Home

While the attacks carried out by Palestinian citizens of Israel were extensive and deadly, the overwhelming focus on that violence prevented the emergence of a much-needed debate within Israel about its growing problem of Jewish radicalization.

Among the Settlers in the Holy Land

Among the Settlers in the Holy Land

As I was furiously taking notes, one of the attendees of a tour in city of Hebron whispered at me, “You’re one of those leftists working for an NGO. You’re here to collect evidence of all the terrible things we do.”

The Palestinian Dispossession at the Heart of the Gaza Conflict

The Palestinian Dispossession at the Heart of the Gaza Conflict

At the root of the new conflagration in Israel-Palestine is not the obtrusive violence but the silent dispossession of Palestinians in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, enabled by Israeli courts, which is foreclosing any chance of a peaceful resolution

Diana Buttu
Abu Mazen Stacks the Deck

Abu Mazen Stacks the Deck

With days left to submit lists of individuals running for the Palestinian parliamentary elections, President Mahmoud Abbas and his loyalists are doing everything feasible to ensure Fatah runs on a united platform. But challengers are emerging to his long-time hold on power.

Dalia Hatuqa