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When Palestinian Political Speech Is “Incitement”

Since May, Israeli police have doubled down on their use of an expansive counterterrorism law to stamp out Palestinian activism online.

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Mainlining Fear and Hatred

An interview with Spencer Ackerman, author of Reign of Terror.

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House Progressives Renew Effort to Block Bomb Deliveries to Israel

An exclusive report on a long-shot push—led by Reps. Ocasio-Cortez, Tlaib, and Pocan—to stop the export of US-made weapons.

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Museum Piece

“onto the cellophane snack bags / blown into corners and a few / resplendent sunbleached cans you projected / a prefabricated sorrow”

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On Loving Jews

For Jews engaged in Palestine solidarity work, what might be gained by refusing excommunication from our own communities?

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Shabbat Terror in the West Bank

For religious Zionist settlers in the South Hebron Hills, attacks on Palestinians have become a Shabbat afternoon pastime.

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“Funding Abortion Is a Radical Act of Compassion”

An abortion fund worker in Texas on how their efforts will shift now that the state has effectively banned abortion after six weeks

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Portraits of Empire

George W. Bush’s recent book of paintings betrays liberal empire’s role not as fascism’s alternative but as its co-conspirator.

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What the 9/11 Museum Could Have Been

Michael Shulan, the museum’s former creative director, on the 20-year legacy of the attacks and his unrealized vision.

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“No One Wants to Listen to the Afghan People”

A conversation with scholar Mejgan Massoumi on how Afghans have experienced the war between the United States and the Taliban.

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Auschwitz-Birkenau, A Guided Tour for American Students

“This pebble here is a monument to someone. / So is a cloud a stub a poppy a dog—”

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Female Forms

Hannah Wilke, whose vaginal sculptures from the 1960s and ’70s are undergoing a revival, eschewed political stagecraft for feminist indeterminacy.

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