How do Israeli Journalists Report on a Place They Can’t Reach?

Photojournalists covering Israel-Gaza conflict (Wikimedia Commons)

by Oren Ziv The main obstacle that faces anyone who wants to report on what is happening at Gaza protests from the Israeli side of the border is that one can hear the gunfire, see the smoke, report on the army’s… Continue Reading  

The Myth of the Gaza “Border”

Israeli Defense Forces operate near border with Gaza (Wikimedia Commons)

by Amjad Iraqi Palestinian activists have long criticized the use of the word “border” to describe the 1949 armistice line that divides Gaza and Israel, and which protestors in the Great March of Return have been trying to cross at great risk… Continue Reading  

Week of Horrors in Palestine

Palestinian injured in Gaza protests

by James J. Zogby This has been a week of horrors in Palestine. On Monday, 63 mostly young Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli snipers. Another 2,700 were injured, mostly by live fire or tear gas. Adding insult to this… Continue Reading  

Palestinians: Still The Invisible Victims

Gazans at the Rafah border (via Flickr)

by Mitchell Plitnick “It didn’t have to be this way,” writes Jim Zogby in the new preface to the reissue of his 1981 book, Palestinians, The Invisible Victims: Political Zionism and the Roots of Palestinian Dispossession. There were, a century… Continue Reading  

Is GOP Mideast Policy “Bought and Paid for” by Likudist Republican Group?

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by Jim Lobe and Eli Clifton Mega-billionaire and the Trump campaign’s single biggest donor Sheldon Adelson has pledged to contribute $30 million to the Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) Super PAC to defend the Republican majority in the House of Representatives… Continue Reading