Anti-BDS bill: For Israel, the terrain is shifting unfavourably

Dehumanising Palestinians used to be easier but decades of deep-rooted, civil society activism by Palestinian Americans and their allies is bearing fruit

Dehumanising Palestinians used to be easier but decades of deep-rooted, civil society activism by Palestinian Americans and their allies is bearing fruit

Amos Oz: The enduring myth of the liberal Zionist

Oz’s political profile in the West is about the lingering romanticism of the kibbutz, and the deeply held support for settler colonialism in Palestine

Oz’s political profile in the West is about the lingering romanticism of the kibbutz, and the deeply held support for settler colonialism in Palestine

Israeli occupation: More of the same in 2019

The Israeli government will assure us that there is no partner for peace and that to even dare breath the word “apartheid” is nothing but an antisemitic lie

The Israeli government will assure us that there is no partner for peace and that to even dare breath the word "apartheid" is nothing but an antisemitic lie

Unseating Netanyahu: New faces, same policies on Palestinians

Main opposition parties have failed to distinguish themselves in substantial policy terms from the Israeli prime minister, especially when it comes to Palestinians

Main opposition parties have failed to distinguish themselves in substantial policy terms from the Israeli prime minister, especially when it comes to Palestinians

The missing element from GCC normalisation with Israel: The Palestinians

The lack of a unified, representative Palestinian leadership, pursuing a path of strategic resistance to Israeli occupation, is part of what makes such increasingly public steps toward normalisation possible

The lack of a unified, representative Palestinian leadership, pursuing a path of strategic resistance to Israeli occupation, is part of what makes such increasingly public steps toward normalisation possible

Has the BDS campaign really achieved so little?

Given the copious amount of evidence regarding both the BDS campaign’s objectives, and its steady growth, how do some conclude that the movement is a ‘failure’?

Given the copious amount of evidence regarding both the BDS campaign’s objectives, and its steady growth, how do some conclude that the movement is a ‘failure’?