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An intifada stirring from within Israel's prison walls

Today is a day of power for Palestinians living under Israel’s occupation. It was recently confirmed that hunger striker Khader Adnan returned safely to his friends and family. 390 more words


Brandeis University Students for Justice in Palestine Disrupt Town-Hall Meeting with Israeli Knesset Members

Newton, MA – On Monday, March 26th 2012, members of Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine (BSJP), together with Waltham and Boston area Palestine solidarity activists, disrupted a Town Hall Meeting with 5 members of the Israeli Knesset (MKs) at Temple Emanuel in Newton, Massachusetts. 559 more words


Israeli court rejects al Shalabi's appeal

As Hana Al Shalabi enters her 40th day of her hunger strike, a lawyer for the 29-year-old Palestinian tells Maan News that an Israeli court has rejected her appeal for release, claiming that she poses a security threat to Israel, although no charges were filed. 80 more words


VIDEO: Brandeis Students for Justice in Palestine protest in solidarity with Hana al-Shalabi outside a 'Tel Aviv Club Party'

On 3/3/2012 some 20 members of Students for Justice in Palestine held a protest on the Brandeis University campus outside a party organized by the Brandeis Zionist Alliance. 819 more words


Only Free Women Have Rights

Guest contribution by Marwa Abed

Are all women created equally? This, is not a question we often asks ourselves. When talking about the quest for equality, discourse is usually shaped along gender lines, ignoring the colorization of equality. 467 more words

Opinion & Commentary

A block print for Hana Shalabi

Guest contribution by Maureen Murphy

I made this print to honor the call being made by Palestinian human rights groups to stand in solidarity with hunger striking Palestinian political prisoner Hana Shalabi on International Women’s Day. 166 more words


Birth and beating hearts: Resisting the 1967 invasion with life

Guest contribution by Dena Elian

If Palestine were a human body, its women would be the heart. Although sometimes we forget how hard it works, it operates 24 hours a day, pumping the blood and oxygen necessary for us to live. 832 more words