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Israeli Police Round Up Palestinian Protesters Out of Global Spotlight News Roundup
Robert Mackey, The Intercept

Israeli Police Round Up Palestinian Protesters Out of Global Spotlight

“This is what we warned about. Israel will target us all when you stop looking.”

about 3 weeks ago
Life Under Occupation: The Misery at the Heart of the Conflict News Roundup
David M. Halbfinger & Adam Rasgon, The New York Times

Life Under Occupation: The Misery at the Heart of the Conflict

An eviction in East Jerusalem lies at the center of a conflict that led to war between Israel and Hamas. But for millions of Palestinians, the routine indignities of occupation are part of daily life.

on May 24, 2021
The cease-fire may hold. But Israel’s treatment of Palestinians won’t change. Op-Eds & Analysis
Rula Jebreal, The Washington Post

The cease-fire may hold. But Israel’s treatment of Palestinians won’t change.

We’re second-class citizens in what’s supposed to be our country, too.

on May 24, 2021
“I Did Have Some Trouble Reporting the Truth” News Roundup
Aymann Ismail, Slate

“I Did Have Some Trouble Reporting the Truth”

Some journalists covering Israel and Palestine say an “illusive concept of impartiality” led them to face persistent doubts and skewed editing for years. Is that changing now?

on May 24, 2021
Peaceful coexistence in Israel hasn’t been shattered – it’s always been a myth
Nimer Sultany, The Guardian

Peaceful coexistence in Israel hasn’t been shattered – it’s always been a myth

As a Palestinian from within Israel I have long been a second-class citizen, denied basic rights

on May 19, 2021
Tax-Exempt U.S. Nonprofits Fuel Israeli Settler Push to Evict Palestinians News Roundup
Alex Kane, The Intercept

Tax-Exempt U.S. Nonprofits Fuel Israeli Settler Push to Evict Palestinians

U.S. charities are funding Israeli settler organizations working to evict Palestinians from their East Jerusalem homes.

on May 14, 2021
My Child Asks, ‘Can Israel Destroy Our Building if the Power Is Out?’ Op-Eds & Analysis
Refaat Alareer, New York Times

My Child Asks, ‘Can Israel Destroy Our Building if the Power Is Out?’

Linah, 8 years old — or, in Gazan time, two wars old — asked sheepishly if “they” could still destroy our building now that the power had gone out.

on May 13, 2021
Opinion: Sheikh Jarrah highlights the violent brazenness of Israel’s colonialist project Op-Eds & Analysis
Noura Erakat and Mariam Barghouti, The Washington Post

Opinion: Sheikh Jarrah highlights the violent brazenness of Israel’s colonialist project

The young Palestinian writer Mohammed El-Kurd sits quietly in front of his laptop with a grin on his face, preparing for the launch of his most recent manuscript, “Rifqa.” He seems excited, anxious and afraid all at once, as he revises his poems and the paragraphs about his grandmother. She died at 103 defending her home from Israeli settlers who had already squatted in one part of it. El-Kurd seems to clutch onto his words in an attempt to ensure that the memory of his grandmother, of himself and his lineage, remains with him.

on May 10, 2021
Washington Has Enabled Israeli Extremism Op-Eds & Analysis
Khaled Elgindy, Foreign Policy

Washington Has Enabled Israeli Extremism

Failure to condemn anti-Palestinian violence will only further it.

on May 7, 2021