How the Oslo Accords Stunted Palestinian Economic Growth

Despite its expiration nineteen years ago, the Paris Protocol has locked the Palestinian economy in a crippling structural dependency on Israel.

Edward Said: The Morning After

As we mark twenty-five years since the signing of the Oslo Accords, and in light of recent developments affecting all facets of Palestinian life at home and in the diaspora, we share Edward Said's The Morning After, which first appeared in the London Review of Books on October 21, 1993. Said's foresight in assessing the ramifications of the so-called "peace process" is prescient as he concludes that the accords were "an instrument of Palestinian surrender" and insists that, moving forward, "the common battle against poverty, injustice and militarism must now be joined seriously."

The Oslo Accords: An Excuse for War Crimes

The choice that the PA faces today is whether to withdraw its recognition of the apartheid regime it helped create or continue with the fiction that going through the Oslo Accords will lead to freedom.

25 Years After the Oslo Accords, Independence Remains More Elusive than Ever for Palestinians

Twenty-five years after Oslo, as a new deal by the Trump administration seems imminent, Palestinians have hopefully learned never to participate in a deal that fails to recognize them as equals to Israelis.

97 Years Ago: Balfour & British Imperialism in Palestine

November 2nd marked the 97th anniversary of the 1917 Balfour Declaration declaring “His Majesty's Government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people” in a letter from U.K. Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to British Zionist partisan Lionel Walter Rothschild. This November's Special Focus covers Balfour, British imperial policy in Palestine and its effects on the Palestinian people.

PALESTINE DECEPTION Pre-Sale Pricing Ends 10/15

J. M. N. Jeffries, formerly a war correspondent in Europe and the Middle East, working for Britain’s largest-selling newspaper, the Daily Mail, was sent to Palestine in 1922 by its owner, Lord Northcliffe, to report on its developing political and economic affairs—just five years on from the Balfour Declaration and its promise of British support for the establishment in Palestine of a Jewish national home.

Palestine Unbound Test

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August 21, 2014 –Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu during a press conference on 6 August 2014 cited the Journal of Palestine Studies as the authoritative source documenting the claim that Hamas puts children to work in “terror” tunnels, sending them to their death. This naked fabrication has been repeated by numerous pro-Israeli media outlets, starting initially with a July 2014 article in the Anglo-Jewish Tablet Magazine and subsequent articles in the Jerusalem Post, Times of Israel and the Huffington Post.


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