According to analysis, Israeli forces and settlers killed over 300 people in the occupied territories and left nearly 900 homeless.
2021 was a watershed year for Palestinians. The struggle for Palestinian freedom and liberation saw unprecedented levels of global solidarity and unity amongst Palestinians despite their forced fragmentation. The year did not come without its challenges, however.
International outcry over Israel’s latest military attacks on occupied Palestinians has died down with the announcement of a ceasefire between Israeli forces and Hamas, but the violence of occupation continues.
The IDF said its bloody crackdown on unarmed Palestinian protesters was “accurate and measured.” After shooting 773 Gazans with live ammunition, it wrote on Twitter, “we know where every bullet landed.”
In 2014, six members of Ismail Ziada’s family were killed during Israeli’s 51-day assault on Gaza. On Tuesday, a judge in The Hague told him he has no right to seek justice from the Israeli military officers most directly responsible.
Last night, Israeli commandos boarded a Turkish aid ship on its way to Gaza. It is reported that they killed ten to fifteen activists and injured thirty more. The flotilla was attacked in international waters, 65km off the Gaza coast. Organizers said the flotilla was carrying 10,000 tones of humanitarian aid headed to Gaza challenging […]
In this week’s roundup of Baltimore news we talk about the latest controversy coming out of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office, the vetoed predatory renter’s bill, and Baltimore stands with Palestine
In this week’s roundup of Baltimore news we talk about Baltimoreans responding to what’s happening to Palestinians, renters’ rights advocates organizing against a hedge fund, and a likely new trial for Keith Davis Jr.
A rally in Baltimore unpacked the complexities of Palestine and Kurdistan and connected the two to the larger global freedom struggle for self-determination.
Not all criticism of Israel is anti-Semitism. But some is. All one has to do is read some of the comments on this blog that were not published, to know that Judenhass (“Jew-hatred”) is alive and well. It cannot be overestimated how thousands of years of hatred and Nazi genocide weighs with a nightmarish grip […]