Month: January 2022

  • End of Occupation » No 1094

    Sportswashing is associated with certain countries – why not Israel? By Jonathan Liew The soft power objective of Israeli sport is for us to focus on a cycling team or a visit by Lionel Messi rather than Palestine. In the summer of 2020 a group of five cyclists from Ramallah were out on a ride […]

  • End of Occupation » No 1093

    A Palestinian Shepherd Peacefully resisted the Israeli Occupation. And now he’s dead. By Ali Veshi  January 22, 2022 Al Haj Suleiman al-Hathaleen was a shepherd in the West Bank and a well-known anti-occupation activist. Suleiman was a small man with no weapons. He resisted the occupation through civil disobedience. While Israeli bulldozers destroyed the homes […]

  • End of Occupation » No 1092

    Toronto Educator Suing Israel Advocacy Group, B’nai Brith, for Defamation Monday, January 10, 2022 Javier Davila, a Student Equity Program Advisor and award-winning social justice educator with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) who was vilified in the Toronto Sun last Spring after providing anti[1]oppression resources on Palestine through an opt-in mailing list at the […]

  • End of Occupation » No 1091

    This was the deadliest year for Palestinian children since 2014 Instead of holding perpetrators accountable, Israel is criminalizing the work that organizations like mine are doing to protect Palestinian children’s rights. By Khaled Quzmar December 14, 2021 This year was unlike any other I can remember from my decades of defending Palestinian children’s rights. Israel’s bombardment of the Gaza […]