Emily Mulder

Emily Mulder

Health

Seattle plans first safe drug-injection sites in the US

Amid an opioid crisis, the city is considering launching sites where users can consume drugs under medical supervision.

Seattle plans first safe drug-injection sites in the US

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israeli guard: 'Go from this land or I will kill you'

Palestinian farmer describes struggle to prevent Israeli settlers from taking over his fields and his livelihood.

Israeli guard: 'Go from this land or I will kill you'

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel's other army expanding illegal settlements

Rights group cites abuses of power by Israel's Civilian Security Coordinators in the occupied West Bank.

Israel's other army expanding illegal settlements

Human Rights

UC Berkeley's ban on Palestine course 'McCarthyist'

Students enrolled in the course demand that university administrators lift the suspension, calling it discriminatory.

UC Berkeley's ban on Palestine course 'McCarthyist'

Middle East

Palestinians decry impunity for Israeli settler attacks

After a recent increase in violence and ongoing settlement expansion, Palestinians are renewing calls for protection.

Palestinians decry impunity for Israeli settler attacks

Middle East

Pressure mounts on Israel to release Bilal Kayed

As mass hunger strike in solidarity with jailed PFLP member grows, observers question the Palestinian Authority's role.

Pressure mounts on Israel to release Bilal Kayed

Middle East

Israeli closures: 'They're pushing us into depression'

After recent attacks, Israel sealed off several towns throughout Hebron - a policy that has drawn widespread criticism.

Israeli closures: 'They're pushing us into depression'

Middle East

PA executive governing 'alone in an empty space'

Backlash over new social security law highlights broader concerns about concentration of Palestinian government powers.

PA executive governing 'alone in an empty space'

Middle East

Celebrating Ramadan in occupied Palestine

Despite heightened tensions, thousands of Palestinians still flocked to the holy al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

Celebrating Ramadan in occupied Palestine

Middle East

Palestinian hunger striker protests Israel's detention

Sami al-Janazareh vowed to continue his strike if the Israeli court extends his administrative detention.

Palestinian hunger striker protests Israel's detention

Middle East

House demolitions: Israel's 'court-sanctioned revenge'

Palestinians say the cost of losing a home doesn't surpass the value of life cheapened by decades of Israeli occupation.

House demolitions: Israel's 'court-sanctioned revenge'

Human Rights

Tensions soar in West Bank refugee camp

Balata camp residents say PA security forces have targeted them disproportionately, without ensuring due process.

Tensions soar in West Bank refugee camp