Rae Abileah a CODEPINK activist who disrupted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech in the Unite
Source: electronic intifada
Joe Catron - Barack Obama wants it both ways. Like every United States president since Bill Clinton, who partially brokered the now-defunct Oslo Accords in 1993, he aspires to act as a trusted intermediary in the 63-year old conflict
Source: Palestine Note
Israeli troops attacked Nakba protests in several parts of the West Bank, Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip, in addition to the Lebanese and Syrian borders.
Obama's vision for Mideast peace: Israel, Palestine based on 1967 borders with land swaps - 19 May 2011
In major Mideast policy speech, U.S. president says U.S. opposes Palestinian action against Israel at UN; Obama also says Syria's Assad must lead transition to democracy or 'get out of the way.'
Egyptians rally at Rafah for Palestinian rights - 15 May 2011
At least 80 Egyptian political activists arrived at Egypt's Rafah crossing to commemorate the 63rd Nakba Day
Source: Ma'an News Agency
Palestinians killed in 'Nakba' clashes - 15 May 2011
Several killed and scores wounded in Gaza, Golan Heights, Ras Maroun and West Bank, as Palestinians mark Nakba Day.
Source: Al Jazeera
Why I blew the whistle about Palestine - 14 May 2011
The "peace negotiations" were a deceptive farce whereby biased terms were unilaterally imposed by Israel and systematically endorsed by the US and EU.
Source: The Guardian
Featuring Maxi Jazz (Faithless), LSK, Durban Gospel Choir, Jamie Catto (1 Giant Leap), members of the London Community Gospel Choir, Dave Randall (Slovo/Faithless)
BBC under fire for 'censoring' Palestine lyric - 13 May 2011
Mic Righteous's improvised set on BBC 1Xtra met with complaints after corporation masks the words 'free Palestine'
Source: The Guardian
Rafah's opening would be a violation of an agreement reached in 2005 between the U.S., Israel, Egypt, and the EU; Israel official tells the Wall Street Journal developments in Egypt could affect Israel's national security.