The 15th Palestinians in Europe Conference took place on April 15 in the Dutch city of Rotterdam and addressed the historical mistake of the Balfour Declaration.
Israel’s parliament has approved a new law banning anyone found to support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement from entering the country.
British universities have been accused of undermining freedom of speech after cancelling events organized by students as part of Israel Apartheid Week.
The US and Israel plan to strengthen relations with so-called key Arab states in the Middle East to act as a bulwark against Iran and Palestinians.
The Palestinian Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, has named a high-ranking member of its military wing as its new leader in the Gaza Strip.
A recent Israeli law legalizing construction of settler units in the occupied Palestinian territories has drawn a wave of condemnations from across the world.
Donald Trump's early moves indicate he will be a stronger supporter of Israel and will not get in the way of any settlement projects.
Tel Aviv is angered by Washington’s rare decision not to stand in the way of an anti-settlement UN resolution.
2016 has been another problematic year for Palestine.
Fatah’s 7th Congress shows how far the movement has sunk - reduced to choosing between two disastrous options: Abbas or Dahlan.
A member of Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition is tabling legislation that could put strict limits on Islamic prayer calls from mosques in the city and across Israel.
Does it matter who has been elected president of the United States as far as Palestine is concerned?
The Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has agreed to direct talks with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu in Russia.
The most comprehensive survey of Palestinian and Israeli opinion in recent times has indicated that support for a two state solution is at an all-time low since peace negotiations were launched in the 1990s.
As the BDS movement turns 11 years old Israel is escalating its actions against it. Why has BDS been so effective?
A retired Saudi general, Anwar Eshki, has recently led a group of Saudi businessmen and academics on a rare visit to Israel.
The Egyptian foreign minister has visited Israel, the highest ranking visit of its kind since 2007.
Israel and Turkey have normalized relations, ending a six-year rift over the killing by Israeli troops of 10 Turkish activists on a Gaza-bound ship. How will this affect the Palestinians?
Palestinian Muslims face unique challenges performing their Ramadan duties under Israeli occupation and discrimination.
The Israeli regime has appointed a racist and ultra-Zionist politician as minister of military affairs, killing hopes for any peace with Palestinians.
In Britain, senior politicians within the Conservative and Labour parties are saying that anyone who hates Israel or questions its “right to exist” are anti-Semites.
The Zionist lobby has launched a huge offensive in the West to equate anti-Israel activism with anti-Semitism. But this is just a cover for criminalizing criticism of the Zionist entity!
There are currently around 7,000 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails, including more than 400 child detainees and 600 who are being held without charge or trial.
Why do Christian leaders around the world turn a blind eye to the plight of Palestinian Christians?
US leaders have been expressing their staunch support for Israel at the annual AIPAC conference, but will American support for Israel last forever?
Hezbollah is the only Arab army to have defeated Israel on the battlefield, yet it was blacklisted by the Saudi-dominated [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council.
The intifada in Jerusalem Al Quds and the West Bank rumbles on but what can an unarmed population really achieve in the face of the Israeli military machine?
A new menace is haunting pro-Palestinian Muslim charities in the UK - the fear of their bank accounts' closure.
The Palestinian Authority is expected to hold a crucial meeting in the coming days regarding its ties with Israel.
In this final edition of the show in 2015, we look back at what’s been another turbulent and tumultuous year for Palestine.
Given Israel’s open and obvious atrocities, why does the West stands by the Zionist entity?
Palestinian journalists routinely run the gauntlet of physical and verbal attacks and face arrest or even death in exposing Israel’s policies.
Since October 1, Israeli forces or settlers have killed over 70 Palestinians, including protesters and bystanders.
Palestine has erupted in resistance to Israeli occupation and oppression. What are the reasons behind this uprising? Is this the start of a Third Intifada?
Pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel Jeremy Corbyn has become the new leader of Britain’s second biggest political force, the Labour Party.
Mahmoud Abbas has said that Palestine will no longer be bound by the Oslo Accords given that Israel frequently violates the peace agreement.
Ahead of his speech at the UN General Assembly at the end of September Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas has hinted that he will cancel the Oslo Accords with Israel.
Ten years on from Israel’s so-called “unilateral withdrawal” from Gaza, the Zionist regime still controls the territory’s airspace and seaspace.
In this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we will review the reasons behind the US Congress & Israeli opposition to Iran's nuclear agreement.
The BDS movement is finally achieving a significant success and Israel now perceives it as an existential threat.
Like their brethren all over the world, Palestinian Muslims are observing the month of Ramadan.
Ethiopians have long complained about unfair treatment and police violence by Israeli authorities.
Freedom Flotilla III has begun its voyage to Gaza and will be in the Mediterranean waters by the middle of June, 2015.
Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu has just assembled the most right-wing cabinet coalition in Israeli history. What does this means for the Palestinians?
On this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we commemorate Nakba Day and explain how millions of people are still suffering today as a result of this ethnic cleansing and theft of land.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed not to allow the establishment of a Palestinian state.
The British General Election will take place on May 7 and all the political parties are lobbying for the votes of those who’re concerned about events in the Middle East.
Palestinian Prisoners’ Day is marked every year on April 17, to commemorate the struggles of Palestinian detainees still captivated in Israeli jails.
Israel continues to build settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem while destroying Palestinian homes.
Although Tel Aviv's deadly war on the besieged Gaza enclave ended on August 26 2014, thousands of Palestinians are still suffering from displacement.
In this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we will examine the recent Israeli parliamentary election as well as the anti-Arab sentiments applied to win the vote.
Tel Aviv is stepping up its war rhetoric against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip as Israeli elections draw near.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been exploiting ISIL’s crimes to promote Israel’s national interests.
Israeli Apartheid Week is an annual international series of events held in cities and campuses across the globe.
In this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we examine the victimization of pro-Palestinian activists for their anti-Israel views.
Hezbollah's retaliatory attack against Israel has inspired Palestinian resistance parties to show a united front to overcome the Israeli occupation.
On this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we discuss the turbulent Saudi-Palestine relationship and its future outlook under the reign of the new Saudi king.
In this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we ask whether Muslims from around the world should visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
In this edition of The Sun Will Rise, we discuss how Egypt is squeezing the Gaza Strip with the draconian blockade disguising as security zone.