Dalia Hatuqa

Dalia Hatuqa

Politics

Israel challenges BDS at home and beyond

An interfaith group was stopped from boarding their flight in the US as Israel enforces ban on foreign BDS supporters.

Israel challenges BDS at home and beyond

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Water deal tightens Israel's control over Palestinians

Agreement fails to address the fundamental concept of water as a shared resource, critics say.

Water deal tightens Israel's control over Palestinians

Palestine

Crackdown aims to 'silence' Palestinian journalists

Violations by the PA and Hamas against journalists have intensified in recent months, media rights groups say.

Crackdown aims to 'silence' Palestinian journalists

Jerusalem

Timeline: Al-Aqsa Mosque

A review of the critical events that have marked the history of al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

Timeline: Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israel

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Canada's food inspection agency will continue labelling wines made in illegal settlements as "Products of Israel".

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Politics

BDS activists defy US moves to curb Palestine advocacy

As more states pass bills targeting the movement to boycott Israel, analysts believe such measures could backfire.

BDS activists defy US moves to curb Palestine advocacy

Muslim Ban

Stranded: Nowhere to go after Trump's Muslim ban

We hear the stories of a Syrian refugee, a Sudanese doctor and an Iranian artist unable to reach or return to the US.

Stranded: Nowhere to go after Trump's Muslim ban

Middle East

Tech in Palestine: 'Virtual market has no checkpoints'

West Bank firm Mashvisor has become the first Palestinian company accepted into prestigious Silicon Valley seed fund.

Tech in Palestine: 'Virtual market has no checkpoints'

Fidel Castro

Fidel Castro: The Palestinian connection

The deceased Cuban leader and PLO chief Yasser Arafat enjoyed close relations and shared anti-imperialist ideology.

Fidel Castro: The Palestinian connection

Arts & Culture

Museum sheds light on African American history

Washington, DC museum confronts US slavery history while highlighting African American culture

Museum sheds light on African American history

Middle East

The dolls that defend Palestinian culture

Despite having her toy factory raided by Israeli forces, Hilana Abu Sharifeh will not give up on Yasser and Zeina.

The dolls that defend Palestinian culture

US Elections 2016

Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic Party nomination

Hillary Clinton seeks to heal rifts within her own party as she formally accepts the Democratic presidential nomination.

Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic Party nomination