Dabke dancing to tell another narrative
Creative protest can change the way people engage with Israeli apartheid, says Dan Glass, who organised a Dabke-dance action to mark the first anniversary of the latest attack on Gaza

Why I wrote a play charting Israel’s violent birth
Playwright Brian Rotman reflects on the background to his new play tracing the origins of the state of Israel

Letters to Palestine: an interview with Vijay Prashad
Daniel Whittall speaks to Vijay Prashad about the book he has recently edited, Letters to Palestine, and the wider dynamics of the Palestinian struggle

We can’t just tweet in the face of genocide
Ewa Jasiewicz, activist with London Palestine Action, explains how you can join the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel's massacre and occupation

Resisting the UK’s political and military support for Israel
Andrew Smith, from Campaigns Against Arms Trade, explains how the UK are arming Israel

An overwhelming show of solidarity and support for the people of Gaza
Kitty Webster reports back from the National Demonstration for Gaza held in London on Saturday 19 July 2014

Mythbuster: Israel’s attack on Gaza
Tom Walker takes apart the excuses Israel is using to justify its massacre

Palestine: 6 simple acts of international solidarity
Jenny Nelson looks at what you can do to help the people of Palestine

A few days in Ramallah
Jane Shallice reflects on a recent trip to the West Bank.

Showing Israel the red card
As UEFA prepares to stage the 2013 European under-21 championship in Israel, Naomi Wimborne-Idrissi reports on the exclusion of Palestinian footballers

Palestine: Learning from the rabbi
Wrestling in the Daylight: a rabbi’s path to Palestinian solidarity, by Brant Rosen, reviewed by Richard Kuper

Guerrilla guide: Boycott, divestment, sanctions
As the Co-op announces a boycott of companies exporting from West Bank settlements, Tom Anderson explains how to do ‘BDS’

Jordan Valley: To exist is to resist
Lorna Stephenson reports on a grass-roots campaign group challenging the Israeli occupation in the Jordan Valley

The right to speak up in Gaza
Tom Dale speaks to Abu Yazan, a leading member of Gaza Youth Break Out. He has been persecuted by Israel, Fatah and Hamas, and was in exile in Cairo when this interview was carried out in December 2011.

Radical cities: A guide to Nablus, Palestine
Simply visiting Palestine can be a radical act. Sarah Irving suggests that the city of Nablus should be on any visitor’s itinerary

Punishing Palestine: How the US plays politics with aid
Libby Powell on how the US has retaliated after Palestine’s UN statehood bid

Breaking the silence
Michael Pooler discovers how former IDF soldiers are opening up about life in the occupied territories.

Palestine’s wandering poet
Mike Marqusee on Mahmoud Darwish, the poet of the Palestinian people

After the flotilla
Ewa Jasiewicz considers the impact in Palestine, Israel and internationally

Life in Palestine: A tale of two Monas
Adie Mormech on the Samouni family, who lost 29 in the Gaza war

What were they thinking?
In an edited extract from the forthcoming book, Midnight on the Mavi Marmara: the attack on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla and how it changed the course of the Israel/Palestine conflict, Rashid Khalidi considers the context and implications of Israel's act of state piracy

The militarised zone
Andrea D'Cruz talks to women from New Profile, a feminist movement for the demilitarisation of Israeli society

Rhyme and reason
Pablo Navarrete meets the British-Iraqi rapper Lowkey, a rising star whose growing popularity is tapping into a mood of rebellion

Pirates in the Mediterranean
Neve Gordon on the Israeli attack on humanitarian aid ships in international waters

Scars of childhood
The arrest and detention of Palestinian children by the Israeli army inflicts long-term trauma on Palestinian society. Andrea D'Cruz travelled to Abu Dis to find out more

Occupations against the Occupation
Siobahn McGuirk reports from the student occupation at the University of Manchester, the longest in the wave of student militancy over Gaza

Divide and torture
The military onslaught on Gaza may have halted but the economic and political onslaught continues. Ewa Jasiewicz reports on a people under siege

After the bombing, the boycott
Israel's assault on Gaza led to unprecedented mobilisations in solidarity with the Palestinian people. But where should the movement go next, asks Yasmin Khan

Contending for the living
In the first of a new regular column for Red Pepper, Mike Marqusee finds hope for a new internationalism in the actions of South African dockworkers and their allies

At the Palestinian crossroads
The Palestinian movement is at an important turning point, argues Palestinian political analyst Jamil Hilal. Whatever the military outcome of the attack on Gaza, Palestinians need to work towards a unified national movement that can re-assert itself as a force for liberation and freedom