There is cause for concern when weak, or unsubstantiated allegations are weaponized to attack humanitarian aid groups and civil society organizations.
As we are rightfully shocked at the length of Akel’s jail sentence, let’s also not forget Israel that ultimately holds the keys.
Will any of the Palestinians outspoken advocates speak up? I’m not holding my breath. If you can’t blame Israel, what’s the point?
While rightly saying that anti-BDS legislation should be opposed, much of her article recklessly slams BDS activists and the movement as a whole.
As a Palestinian American and a scholar of Palestinian history, I’m concerned by the lack of interest in how this phrase is understood.
In the event a two-state solution is achieved, due credit should be given to George H. W. Bush and James Baker for their persistent determination.
Through the literal besiegement of Palestinians, Israel has imposed a mental siege on its citizens, convincing them they are under constant threat
The only long-lasting solution for the Gaza problem requires preserving the two-state solution
I am not right enough for some, and not left enough for others. But I believe there is a silent majority of those who are wrestling with these issues.
The Israeli government assumes that when it comes to Palestinians, its actions won’t garner much attention from the American press