A Political and Literary Forum
A Palestinian mother’s perspective.
The country has manipulated rules of engagement to serve its colonialist project in Palestine. Legal scholars must face this fact head on.
Contrary to Israeli claims of self-defense in response to acts of terrorism, the current crisis reflects decades of brutal Israeli occupation in Gaza and the West Bank.
Attempts to cast Said as the consummate New York intellectual miss the point that his milieu was one of global, and specifically Palestinian, anticolonial struggle.
A recent Foreign Affairs article gets history wrong and obscures a robust Palestinian discourse.
Since 2014 twenty-seven states have adopted laws that aim to discourage boycotts of Israel. At stake is our First Amendment right to protest state policies.
The government’s new Nation State Law codifies prejudice, but therein lies a silver lining.
But it is increasingly difficult to question Israel’s policies without accusations of anti-Semitism.
David R. K. Adler
War is almost always a choice—a madness we go along with.
In Israel and Palestine, two states are still better than one.
It is becoming impossible to ignore the growing theocratic elements in a nation that sees itself as the only democracy in the Middle East.
The legacy of the Gaza flotilla incident, five years later.
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Andrew L. Croxford
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