Trump’s deal of the century is a catastrophe for Palestinians
Trump's proposal for Israel and Palestine flies in the face of international law and actually marks the death of the two state solution, writes Shabbir Lakha
Israel's attacks on the Palestinians started before any rockets
Israel is not acting in self-defence, it's the Palestinian people who are under attack and we need to stand with them, argues Shabbir Lakha
I'm a Palestinian from Jerusalem, where's my say?
Trump's announcement last week marks the end of the peace process and once again Palestinians have been left in the dark argues Ahmad Muna from Jerusalem
Netanyahu, May’s force is with you
Theresa May is up to her neck in the old business of ignoring Israeli crimes, argues Kara Bryan
Ali Abunimah: Israel lost the war in Gaza but the struggle for justice goes on
There is one clear reason to celebrate the ceasefire deal Israel and the Palestinian resistance reached today: 51 days and nights of relentless Israeli massacres and destruction have come to an end in Gaza.
Sign the letter condemning The Guardian advert branding those opposing Israel in Gaza as 'child killers'
Can Hamas Liberate Palestine?
Sean Ledwith looks at the origins of Hamas and its role as an expression of popular Palestinian resistance to Israeli occupation
Gaza: has Israel been defeated by its own brutality?
Despite the enormous cost in Palestinian lives, the Israeli state is losing in every dimension of its struggle to crush Gaza argues John Rees