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May 25, 2022
How the Western Media Missed the Story of Shireen Abu Akleh’s Death
From the fact of Abu Akleh’s murder to the true, liberatory meaning of her funeral, the media proved yet again that it’s not equipped to cover Palestine.
May 15, 2022
After Shireen Abu Akleh’s Killing: Israel’s Propaganda Machine Ramps Up
The Israeli response to the murder of the beloved journalist has been woefully predictable—a combination of denying, lying, and obfuscating.
February 15, 2022
As I Write, Settlers and Police Are Attacking My Neighbors in Sheikh Jarrah
It began, neighbors say, when an ultra-nationalist Israeli politician “moved” his office onto one of our lawns.
February 11, 2022
Israeli Law & Torture: From Detained Minors to a Prison “Torture Room”
Inside the intensifying Israeli crackdown on Palestinian protest.
February 7, 2022
Is This Israel’s South Africa Moment?
As Amnesty International issues a landmark report on Israeli apartheid, it’s time for Americans to demand accountability, not complicity, from their government.
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December 31, 2021
Remembering the Real Desmond Tutu, 1931–2021
Celebrated in death by his former foes, Archbishop Tutu had the gift not just of courage and righteousness but also of timing.
December 30, 2021
Desmond Tutu Spoke Truth in the Face of Oppression
The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II and Phyllis Bennis discuss the life and legacy of the South African archbishop.
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II
December 29, 2021
Remembering Desmond Tutu’s Gospel of Peace
Archbishop Tutu campaigned for a world where all leaders were held to account for their actions and where advocacy for peace and justice was paramount.
September 20, 2021
When Biden Met Bennett—and Gave His Blessing to Impunity
No country has been in a better position to impose pressure on Israel than the United States, but most presidents never tried—including the current one.
August 5, 2021
Richard Trumka, 1949–2021
The labor leader practiced “true solidarity”—from his days as an anti-apartheid activist to his bold embrace of immigrant rights and Black Lives Matter.