Who can reasonably believe that combatting Hamas’ violence can be achieved by the same means as those employed by the international coalition against the Islamic State Organisation (ISIS)? questions Laurent Bonnefoy.
By constantly keeping the memory of the Holocaust alive, Israel has strategically used the past as a tactic to keep Germany locked into a state of eternal debt, which it cannot pay off, explains Victoria Schneider.
Statement: In light of the upcoming UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) in Dubai, a collective of environmental organisations & climate justice professionals call for support of Palestinian rights in the face of Israel's ongoing massacre in Gaza.
As Israel’s war on Gaza rages on, Western powers aiding & abetting the atrocities committed reinforces how expendable Palestinian and Arab lives are. Nabila Ramdani explains how the killing of Palestinians is "justified" by Israel for its defence.
In its coverage of Gaza, Western media has pushed a distorted narrative, spread disinformation, and parroted propaganda that has helped to manufacture consent for Israel's violence against Palestinians, writes Salim Nuqul.
From brutal attacks on Palestinians in Israeli universities, to government silencing of solidarity in the UK and academics losing jobs in US institutions, there's a global targeting of those who speak up on Israel’s crimes, writes Rebecca Ruth Gould.
As health professionals, we're taught to treat the root cause, and in Gaza the cycle of violence starts with occupation. As Israel targets hospitals and weaponises healthcare, we must fight for health justice, write Beauty Dhlamini & Sara el-Solh.
Operation Al-Aqsa Flood & Israel’s genocide in Gaza since, have challenged mainstream narratives from the Israeli military’s supposed invincibility, to the West’s role as a 'bastion' of human rights, argues Tariq Dana.
As Israel’s attacks on Gaza continue, killing over 5,700 Palestinians, the West hasn’t ceased its support of the genocide. Aimé Césaire reminds us that this is accepted due to the dehuminisation of non-white people, writes Simón Rodríguez Porras.