The Struggle for Palestinian Rights: Then and Now

Palestinians in Dallas, Texas protest Trump's Jerusalem decision (Anthony Ricci via Shutterstock)

by James J. Zogby Forty years ago this month I left a tenured teaching position and moved to Washington, DC to run the Palestine Human Rights Campaign (PHRC). It wasn’t easy doing Palestine work back then, and Washington was an… Continue Reading  

Poll: Arab Views of US Low, Support for Palestinians High

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 by Derek Davison A year and a half into his presidency, Donald Trump’s two biggest beneficiaries in the Middle East have been Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. To Netanyahu, Trump has been… Continue Reading  

Saudi Religious Diplomacy Targets Jerusalem

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by James M. Dorsey A United Arab Emirates-backed Saudi effort to wrest control from Jordan of Islam’s holy places in Jerusalem signals a sharper, more overt edge to Saudi religious diplomacy and the kingdom’s quest for regional hegemony that risks deepening… Continue Reading  

Benjamin Netanyahu Is a Fake Supporter of Democracy

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by Edo Konrad Benjamin Netanyahu likes to present himself as a fervent supporter of democracy and pro-democracy protests. In fact he is a very selective advocate of democratic struggles, throwing his weight behind protests that align with his agenda even… Continue Reading  

Israel Openly Promotes Islamic State Ideology

Avichay Adraee

by Omar Baddar The Israel military’s horrific record of atrocities has long been established. From using civilians as human shields to blanketing civilian areas with cluster bombs and killing journalists, there is no defensible moral code governing the actions of… Continue Reading