When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu linked the Hamas’ October 7 attack to the Holocaust and roared ‘Never again’, only those for whom Israel can do no wrong failed to recognise what Netanyahu had actually...
What the world needs is not philosophers of truth-molesting consensus, but philosophers with a conscience
Indigenous communities across the globe are lending their support to the Palestinians
After the truce expired, dozens of Palestinians have been killed by Israeli air strikes, as Hamas and Israel blame each other for violating terms of agreement. The truce lasted seven days and saw the release of 110 hostages...
If anything could explain the unconscionable abandonment of the Palestinians, it is theopolitics—a dangerous mix of misinterpreted theology and geopolitics
The four-day-long humanitarian pause allowing a trickle of aid into Gaza after nearly two months of indiscriminate bombing and 16 years of blockade offers bare respite for civilians, no more than that
The sound of lullaby is deep, it endures on the landscape; it refuses to die even in death
The one thing this war in Gaza has shown us is that we can be so numb. Every day, more people are dying. Many journalists are dead. Many are still documenting life in Gaza and that’s how we see the horror.
So far over four thousand children in Gaza have reportedly been killed by Israeli attacks as the deadly conflict rages on
The people of Gaza are losing families, friends, homes. But they still firmly believe in their right to resist the occupation to win their dignity and freedom
The Israeli military is trying to exterminate Hamas and all the innocent civilians in Gaza who come in its way
The response of Western democracies to civilian killings in Ukraine and that of Palestinians in Gaza has exposed their double standards
Food security and poverty are deeply interconnected in both the immediate and the long-run perspectives. Hunger and malnutrition often stem from poverty, as people living in poor conditions may not have the means to access...
Over 60 per cent casualties in Israel's ongoing assault on Gaza are women and children.
The Sophie Ernst-Haya Touma interview
I see Gaza collapsing, and children dying. A million Gazans are fleeing, as the war burns their homes down
The war, which commenced with the Hamas attacks of October 7, is far from over and there is much suffering yet to come
The easy part for Israel is to eliminate Hamas, but can the military kill the idea of freedom?
Vibha Galhotra writes about life in Jerusalem, the city central to the three Abrahamic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Senior journalist Kusumita Das gives a first-person account of the events of October 7 from Jerusalem when Hamas mounted an all-out attack on Israel.
This is a glossary of terms that dominate the discourse around the long-running Israel-Palestine conflict.
From Mahatma Gandhi, Mandela, King and many others, we learned that never should a crime against humanity be considered a tool of resistance. Whatever the cause might be, whatever the grievances against another country,...
While the State of Israel was established on 15 May 1948 and admitted to the United Nations, a Palestinian State remains elusive.
The road to peace is becoming more and more tortuous and old strategies are crumbling under the rubble of new conflicts.
The question is, is America the leader of only the West or of the rest too? The answer is unclear. If there is an answer at all, it will determine the tenacity or fragility of the American imperium. Surely, we live in and...