At the Institute for Palestine Studies USA, we continue to stay on top of unfolding developments to keep you and our community around the world informed.
The latest issue of the Journal of Palestine Studies, Winter 2019, is now available and it's free!
The journey for Palestinian rights in U.S. courts will likely be a long and difficult one, but the era of Israeli exceptionalism in U.S. court may be coming to an end.
The Institute for Palestine Studies USA is pleased to announce the second installment of Current Issues In Depth, a new series from IPS-USA, which provides the history, background, and analysis on pressing topics and events. This monograph contains two articles from that tackle criticism of Israeli policies and of Zionism, and the conflation of the two with anti-Semitism.
How did a simple Facebook post inspire thousands of Palestinians to protest the siege of Gaza and renew demands for the right to return?
The fact that AIPAC rode the smear wave against Representative Ilhan Omar demonstrates their willingness not just to tolerate real hate when it’s beneficial to their political agenda, but also their willingness to manufacture and weaponize false accusations of hate.
As the world marks the International Women's Day this month, test your knowledge about Palestinian women with our second monthly quiz.
As Palestinians celebrate the release of Legislative Council member Khalida Jarrar from Israeli prison after being held for nearly two years without trial, read about the status of the remaining 5450 Palestinian prisoners in this Journal of Palestine Studies article. The article will be available for a limited time.
Whatever one thinks of one tweet by a first-term congresswoman, she is doing us a favor to provoke a forbidden discussion.