The killing of Shireen Abu Akleh is the latest attack on journalists reporting on the occupation of Palestine. These war crimes will continue as long as Israel and its military remains immune from consequences.
The story of the 1948 massacre at Tantura exposes the brutality of the Nakba – and the coordinated effort to deny Palestinian accounts of atrocities in favour of Israel’s whitewashed narratives.
Yesterday, the Palestinian Salhiya family was forcibly evicted from the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah – the destruction of their home was just the latest example of Israel’s colonial violence.
By giving the government powers to strip six million people of their citizenship without notice, the Nationality and Borders Bill formalises second class status – and expands the Hostile Environment’s threat to marginalised communities across Britain.
New research has confirmed a longstanding issue: the British media is institutionally and enthusiastically Islamophobic – with grim consequences for Muslim people across the country.
While Tuesday’s protest against Tzipi Hotovely was met with outrage, Israel’s apartheid policies are met with silence – a reminder that for Britain’s establishment, Palestinian lives don’t matter.
Despite lofty green commitments, Sadiq Khan is determined to plough ahead with the Silvertown Tunnel – a multi-billion-pound road project that campaigners say will increase traffic in some of London’s most polluted areas.
This week’s conference saw Boris Johnson talk of ‘levelling up’ as part of his grand scheme for the country – but we wouldn’t need to level up if a decade of Tory austerity hadn’t levelled us down.
The Israeli Supreme Court’s verdict on the Sheikh Jarrah evictions was deferred this week – but the deal offered to residents shows the state is still intent on dispossessing Palestinians.
It is increasingly clear that Israel has no intention of ending its occupation and dispossession of the Palestinians – faced with this reality, it’s time for the world to act through boycott, divestment and sanctions.
Priti Patel is reportedly drawing up plans for police force league tables. It’s a market-logic method that’s been shown to reproduce inequality elsewhere – and risks making police brutality even worse.
For years, London has been a playground for international investors while 2.5 million Londoners – 28% of the population – lived in poverty. As Covid-19 slows the influx of capital, it’s time to imagine a more equal city.
Neoliberalism has marketed itself on efficiency and pragmatism for almost fifty years, but Britain’s experience of Covid-19 has exposed those claims as false – at the cost of many thousands of lives.