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  • Ephrat Livni, New York Times, July 16, 2024 A surge in Jewish settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank is raising the ire of some in the international community […]

  • — Former President Barack Obama, July 14, 2024

  • Report on Israel’s Crimes and Violations of Palestinians’ Rights in the West Bank in June 2024 During the reporting period, the Israeli Occupying Forces (IOF) and Israeli settlers continue their […]

  • NEARLY HALF OF THE DEAD ARE CHILDREN  Nearly 20 years after the Second Intifada, the Israeli military has resumed airstrikes in the West Bank — and killed 24 children.  Catherine […]

  • Miquéla V. Thornton, The Cap Times, June 6, 2024 When Laila Hasan thinks back to the first time she engaged in the traditional Palestinian embroidery technique of tatreez, she recalls […]

  • Noon CT WORT 89.9 FM Live or archived We will have two guests this Friday at noon CT on WORT, 89.9 FM’s A Public Affair. First is Robert Schoville, a Madison […]

  • After 50 years of failure to stop violence and terrorism against Palestinians by Jewish ultranationalists, lawlessness has become the law. By Ronen Bergman and Mark Mazzetti, New York Times Magazine This story is […]

  • FOX 32 Chicago, May 7, 2024 Demonstrators at the University of Chicago were given a final notice to leave their encampment on campus which was established to protest the war […]

  • Columbia College Student Council Please, listen to us – not political figures, radical fringes and misguided media The Guardian, 4 May 2024 On Tuesday night, we watched in horror as […]

  • Hamdan Huraini, HUMANS OF MASAFER YATTA, MAY 5, 2024 How do we define human rights? Does a Palestinian have the right to live or not? Is a Palestinian a human […]

  • Awdah Hathaleen, HUMANS OF MASAFER YATTA, MAY 4 The occupation army has a new strategy: closing the roads that connect all of the villages and cities in Masafer Yatta. For […]

  • May 3, 2024 University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin erred when she authorized a police raid Wednesday on a well-organized encampment by student advocates for peace and justice in Gaza on Library […]

  • Deescalating conflict around protests was possible, but many colleges turned to law enforcement instead. By Abdallah Fayyad | abdallah.fayyad@vox.com  , Vox, May 3, 2024 Abdallah Fayyad is a correspondent at Vox, where he […]

  • BY SCOTT GORDON ● POLITICS ● MAY 1, 2024  Wednesday morning’s crackdown included brutal attacks on protestors, arrests without charges, and a dubious narrative. Perhaps it was an example of progressive policing or Madison-centric policing or the “Madison Model.” […]

  • MAY 1, 2024 BY CHALI PITTMAN AND FAYE PARKS WORT 89.9FM Madison · Police Invade "Liberated Zone," Leading to Injuries and Arrests Officers from a variety of state and local departments – including UW-Madison […]

  • @thecakelin Replying to @thecakelin "I mean they have to face the fucking responsibility of what they did" – Professor Samer Alatout (sameralatout on Twitter) #uwmadison #madisonwi ♬ original sound – […]

  • UW Madison Professor Samer Alatout asked police to leave students at the encampment alone this morning. This is what the police did to him. Professor pinned on the ground being […]

  • Report on Israel’s Crimes and Violations of Palestinians’ Rights in the West Bank in January and February 2024 ♦️Since the beginning of 2024, the Israeli Occupying Forces (IOF) and Israeli […]

  • Good Shepherd Collective Weekly Report Intro Since October 7, Israel has killed at least 31,043 people in Gaza, wounding 76,666. The death toll is widely understood to be a massive […]

  • Final Straw, Jan 28, 2024 This week, we’re featuring a conversation with Mohammad Hureini (twitter / instagram), a young activist from Masafer Yatta, an area in the hills south of […]