Power Cuts in the Gaza Strip, a Humanitarian Crisis
As the Gaza Strip moves even more rapidly than predicted toward becoming uninhabitable, its two million residents face an escalating humanitarian crisis.
Mira Craig-MorseJuly 14, 2017
Exposing Israeli Lies about the Occupation: An Interview with Ilan Pappé
Israeli historian Ilan Pappé talks about the occupation of Palestine, the Arab War of 1948 and the current oppression of the Palestinians at the hands of Zionism.
Ilan PappéApril 27, 2017
Palestine, Marxists and the “One-State Solution”
Trump suggested that he may abandon plans for a "two-state solution." For decades, US foreign police has aimed to create a Palestinian state. But even before Trump's remarks, this solution was dead. How do Marxists propose to bring peace to the Middle East?
Nathaniel FlakinFebruary 16, 2017
Israel, Palestine, Anti-Semitism and the US Left
Once the flagship of US Trotskyism, the US Socialist Workers Party is reduced to a rubber life raft of derailed sectarianism. The SWP was for decades a proponent of the liberation of the Palestinian people, but in recent years has changed to a position that can only be called a tragic adaptation to Zionism.
John LeslieSeptember 13, 2016
Google Erases Palestine from the Map
Google Maps has erased Palestine from the world map in one unannounced moment, replacing it with the word, “Israel.” By doing so, the multinational giant sinks the stake deeper into the heart of the Palestinian people, under siege and under occupation by the Israeli regime for over 60 years.
Tre KwonAugust 8, 2016
Do not say please
The first Palestine Film Exhibition in Buenos Aires was organized last month by the Center for Palestine Studies at Columbia University, together with the National University of San Martin (UNSAM), and the Cooperation Cultural Center Floreal Gorini. The film, My Love Awaits me by the Sea, was screened at the BAMA Arye Cinema (Buenos Aires Mon Amour).
Gisele LisakOctober 17, 2015
Escalating Violence Between Palestinians and Israelis
A new escalation of violence has increased the tension between Palestinians and Israelis in the span of three weeks. Last weekend, two Palestinian youth of the ages 13 and 18 who were residents of the Aida refugee camp and the city of Tulkarem were gunned down by troops of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) after a series of clashes with Jewish settlers installed in the Palestinian territories of East Jerusalem and the West Bank. The repression left more than 500 injured while the Israeli Air Force attacked Gaza with missiles.
Miguel RaiderOctober 16, 2015