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Israel-Palestine’s Toughest Questions Have Simple Answers

July 29, 2018

We speak to Jamie Stern-Weiner, editor of Moment of Truth: Tackling Israel-Palestine’s Toughest Questions, which brings together dozens of prominent experts to discuss how peace can be achieved

Trump-Gulf-Israel ‘Peace’ Plan Seeks Palestinian Surrender

July 15, 2018

Through violence, coercion, and bribery, Israel, the U.S., U.A.E., and Saudi Arabia want Palestinians to give up their rights under international law and accept limited sovereignty in a weak, divided territory. But growing non-violent resistance in the Occupied Territories and solidarity efforts around the world — such as a new settlement boycott in Ireland —…

Protests in Ramallah Challenge Abbas over Gaza

June 27, 2018

Yara Hawari the Palestinian Policy Network says the Palestinian Authority is resorting to violence against its own people because it has lost its legitimacy, as it collaborates with the Israeli siege on Gaza

Omar Shakir on Israel-Palestine

June 10, 2018
TRNN speaks with Omar Shakir, the director of HRW in Israel-Palestine about his deportation order

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

Israel

July 5, 2017
Historian and author Vijay Prashad says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Israel underscores the Indian government’s shift to the right and abandonment of the Palestinian cause

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

Isolating Qatar and the Implications for Hamas and the People of Gaza

June 18, 2017

Qatar is an important supporter of Hamas and as the friction against Qatar grows in the region it will be difficult to deliver aid, the consequences for Hamas and the Gaza Strip will be severe, explains Imad Alsoos of the Free University of Berlin