Author and scholar Norman Finkelstein tells the Truthdig columnist that nonviolent mass resistance in Gaza "can't succeed without our support."
The U.S. is leaving what Ambassador Nikki Haley calls "an organization that is not worthy of its name." It's the latest withdrawal by the Trump administration from an international institution.
Because the protests in Gaza are unarmed and popular in nature, men are supporting women's involvement, raising hopes among activists of a path to greater gender equality.
A U.N. General Assembly resolution that condemns recent violence in Gaza is adopted, while the Indian Student Federation boycotts Hewlett Packard for its alleged involvement in the oppression of Palestinians.
The General Assembly approves a Palestinian-backed resolution placing blame for the violence after narrowly rejecting a U.S. demand to add an amendment condemning attacks on Israel by Gaza’s Hamas rulers.
Ahead of an emergency U.N. General Assembly meeting on a resolution condemning Israel’s “excessive use of force," Human Rights Watch assesses the recent violence against Palestinians.
Because of the zealous efforts of the Trump administration, we are enabling the foot soldiers in a new Middle East holy war.
Life is tougher than ever for most of the 2 million Palestinians locked into tiny, blockaded Gaza, where electricity is off most of the day, unemployment approaches 50 percent and the Islamic militant group Hamas rules with a tight grip.
For the Israelis to shoot unarmed Palestinians simply because they were in a zone declared off limits within Gaza is a war crime.
Razan Najjar, 21, dies of a gunshot wound to the chest, and more than 100 people are injured, 40 of them by live fire, during the latest protest in Gaza.