U.S. hostility to the Palestinians shows the Trump administration just wants them to say “no” to its peace plan.
The Institute for Palestine Studies-USA and the Middle East Institute are pleased to announce “Keyword: Palestine II,”* an exhibition of artworks donated by Arab and Palestinian artists to the Institute for Palestine Studies-USA. The exhibition will be open from March 2nd - 20th and will be accompanied by a silent auction of the artworks.
The probe is expected to cover actions by both the Israeli army and Palestinian armed groups like Hamas. However, the Prosecutor must first obtain confirmation from the court’s judges regarding ICC territorial jurisdiction in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The weekend conference aims to discuss scientific challenges and successes under Israeli military rule of the occupied territories and to provide opportunities for collaboration between Palestinian and international scientists.
Originally published on Just Security, Victor Kattan discusses the intersection of the U.S. government’s shifting opinion on Israeli settlements, and the International Criminal Court's probe into the situation in Palestine.
Israeli authorities have a particular affection for Kanders’ company’s hardware. According to researcher Robert Trafford, Israeli army and law enforcement officials have been making purchases from Safariland for over a decade.
As Palestinians prepare to commemorate the 1948 Nakba this month, test your knowledge about that pivotal turning point in Palestinian history. Remember to share the quiz and sign up for a chance to win a free copy of All That Remains and Before Their Diaspora.
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