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How Palestine’s Tamimi Family Resists Israel’s Occupation

January 10, 2018

Israeli forces have killed three of its family members and arrested scores of others, including 16-year old Ahed, but the Tamimi family continues its non-violent struggle for Palestinian freedom. We speak to Manal Tamimi about her recent imprisonment and her family’s defiant activism

European, North American Campuses Observe Israeli Apartheid Week

March 8, 2017

Students and faculty held events including mock checkpoints and poetry readings to draw attention to the occupation of the Palestinian territories and settler-colonialism, says scholar-activist Yara Hawari

In the Home of the Richest Man in Palestine

January 17, 2014

The Real News’ Lia Tarachansky and journalist Max Blumenthal meet Munib al Masri, the richest man in Palestine

Thousands Protest Forced Urbanization of Israel’s Bedouin

December 1, 2013

On Saturday, November 30th, thousands gathered in the Negev in Southern Israel to protest the government’s forced urbanization plan of the desert’s Bedouin indigenous people. The plan, called Prawer-Begin after its authors passed first reading of three by the Israeli parliament in June, and sparked mass mobilization. The biggest of the protests was in the…

Reality Asserts Itself - Max Blumenthal

October 30, 2013
In this episode of Reality Asserts Itself with Paul Jay, Max Blumenthal, author of Goliath – Life and Loathing in Greater Israel, looks at PM Netanyahu’s strategy of ethnic cleansing and negotiations without end

Separate Bus Lines for Palestinians and for Colonists in the West Bank

April 16, 2013

During the global protests known as “Israel Apartheid Week,” the Israeli government launched a segregated bus service, forcing Palestinians in the West Bank to travel only on buses designated to them

Palestinian Hunger Strike Continues Despite Israeli Prisoner Swap

October 14, 2011

Thousands are demanding better treatment of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails and the release of prominent activists