Annexation Is Happening Whether Netanyahu Is Reelected Or Not

by Michael Schaeffer Omer-Man Four years ago, on the eve of Israeli elections, Benjamin Netanyahu promised in a television interview that there would never be a Palestinian state on his watch. He retracted the statement a few days after winning,… Continue Reading  

No Institution Is Safe from the Corrupting Power of Occupation

by Noam Sheizaf Between the years 2013 and 2016, Israeli anti-occupation group Yesh Din tracked the police’s response to 289 cases of “ideological crimes” against Palestinians in the West Bank. In each of those cases, the Palestinians filed a complaint with the police;… Continue Reading  

The Lie at the Heart of the Jewish American Consensus

by Edo Konrad For years, the Jewish American establishment has been able to convince the world, and itself, that it does not directly meddle in internal Israeli affairs — a declaration most commonly used to justify not commenting on the Israeli-Palestinian… Continue Reading  

Trump’s Victory Leaves Obama with Only One Option on Israel-Palestine

by Noam Sheizaf The Obama administration is probably trying to figure out how to protect its two signature achievements – Obamacare and the Iranian nuclear deal – for the next two years, when the White House and both chambers of… Continue Reading  

Why is Ali Dawabsheh Dead?

by Mitchell Plitnick Ali Saad Dawabsheh was only 18 months old when Israeli settlers who entered his village of Douma to carry out a so-called “price tag” attack took his life away by setting fire to his home. The crime… Continue Reading