I support nonviolent boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel in order to support Palestinian rights. The move to ban me and others will backfire.
The Trump administration is demanding that the U.N. agency responsible for the programs undertake a "fundamental re-examination."
The secretive British street artist Banksy says his Walled-Off Hotel welcomes people from all over the world.
Gen. James Mattis, who has been tapped for secretary of defense, also said he was against getting involved in Syria and warned that military action can’t resolve the issue of Iran’s nuclear enrichment program.
The US will provide Israel with a “windfall of hardware and technology,” the largest amount of military aid ever awarded to the Jewish state.
"What Israel and its thuggish lobby can't achieve by persuasion, they obtain via repression and coercion," says one prominent campaigner for Palestinian rights.
If the candidate's foreign policy record is any guide, a Hillary Clinton presidency would perpetuate and bolster some of our most hateful national characteristics.
Admired for his portrayal of the darkly inscrutable Severus Snape in the "Harry Potter" films, Rickman believed artists had a responsibility to educate as well as entertain.
Connecticut’s AFL-CIO has endorsed a resolution to support a campaign of boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel -- a move designed to put pressure on the national leadership of the union coalition to follow suit.
A fierce 8-year-old Palestinian boy, caught in a famous photograph throwing a rock at an Israeli soldier, grows up to become a great classical violist dedicated to bringing music and musical education to Palestinian children (Above, a detail of the cover of "Children of the Stone," a book reviewed by Tim Riley).