The Palestinian-Israeli conflict from its origins to the present
Why Palestinian Statehood Is Necessary
Palestinian statehood through the United Nations is overdue in light of American inaction and the continued intransigence of Benjamin Netanyahu.
Fact-Checking Rick Perry on the Palestinian-Israeli Peace Process
Rick Perry's facts on Israel, Palestinians, statehood and the Palestinian-Israeli peace process leave a lot to be desired. Here's a line-item corrective.
UN Recognition of Palestine in 2012: Analysis
What did the UN recognition of Palestinian authority as a “non-member state” mean for Palestine’s international status? Was it a serious setback for Israel or just a symbolic event?
Should Palestinians Declare Their Own State?
Palestinians are seeking full-state status at the United Nations in a move the United States will block, and that Israel opposes. Do Palestinians deserve their own state? You decide.
Obama-Netanyahu, Round 3: Pyrrhic Draw
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not budging from a course that can only end in disaster for all sides in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Why Not Negotiate With Hamas?
Terrorist movement or liberation organization, isn't it time to negotiate with Hamas?
Defence for Children International / Palestine Section
Defence for Children International-Palestine Section is dedicated to promoting and protecting the rights of Palestinian children in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child
Was Netanyahu's Offer of a Palestinian "State" Honest?
Benjamin Netanyahu proposed in June 2009 that Palestinians may have their own state, but set the bar so high that he is inviting rejection. Is that honest?
What Is Israel's Peace Now?
Description and brief history of Peace Now, one of Israel's largest non-governmental and human rights organizations working for a two-state solution and a resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Censoring Israeli and Palestinian Art: Chicago's Spertus Museum Controversy
On June 20, 2008, the Spertus Museum, Chicago's prominent Jewish institution, abruptly ended its "Imaginary Coordinates" exhibit under pressure from its donors. The exhibit had challenged conventions of geography, homelands and map-making. The Spertus Museum controversy would likely not have happened if a Jewish museum in israel had shown the same work.