gaza strip

Hamas Gives Up Control of Rafah Border Crossing

November 4, 2017

The move is a key step in the reconciliation process between Hamas and Fatah. Hamas scholar Imad Al-Soos discusses what to expect as the process moves forward

Hamas and Fatah​ Meet in Gaza: Will They​ Strike a​ Unity​ Deal?

October 3, 2017

A number of regional changes have weakened Hamas, making the group more open to reconciliation with its Fatah rivals, says award-winning journalist Daoud Kuttab

Palestine

September 15, 2017
A scathing report from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development describes how 50 years of Israeli occupation has prevented economic development in Palestine, and highlights the destructive impact of Israel’s illegal settlements in the West Bank

UK Banks Profit from Israeli Crimes against Palestinians

July 23, 2017

A new report from War on Want reveals that some of the UK’s top banks and financial institutions are investing in companies known to supply Israel with weapons and technology used in the oppression of Palestinians

UK Judge Rules: Illegal to Ban Palestine’s BDS Movement

July 2, 2017

Palestine Solidarity Campaign wins case against the UK Government as judge rules government acted unlawfully by restricting local councils from pursuing boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against the state of Israel, says Hugh Lanning

“A Tragic Mistake” To Not Explore Diplomacy With Hamas

August 14, 2014

Richard Falk says the failure to treat Hamas as a legitimate political actor has impeded movement towards a sustainable peace with Israel

Gaza and the Silence of Mainstream African-American NGO’s and Churches

August 11, 2014

The Global African with Bill Fletcher, Jr. takes on the absence of condemnation for Israel’s attack on Gaza – a production of Telesurtv.net/English

On the Misrepresentations of Gaza in Canadian News Coverage

August 6, 2014

Middle East Professor Ariel Salzmann and activist Azeezah Kanji cite specific examples of how Canadian media has misrepresented the ongoing assault and how the Harper government aims to fuel this conflict to ensure high prices for Tar Sands oil

Besieged War-Torn Gaza Experiencing Saddest Eid Since 1967

July 29, 2014

Besieged war-torn Gaza, experiencing the saddest Eid since 1967by Yousef Alhelou Twenty two days on, all efforts to reach a ceasefire have failed so far as Israel continues its all-out military offensive on besieged Gaza, claiming more civilian lives. The swing massacre shook and saddened humanity worldwide when ten children were killed in an attack…