How Israel represses the internet in Palestine

By Mohamed Mohamed

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced a plan to repeal government regulations which ensure that internet service providers (ISPs) treat all data equally. This principle is known as “net neutrality,” and is intended to prevent ISPs from blocking or slowing down certain content, or charging additional fees to access them.

Trump’s Legitimization of Occupation

By Mohamed Mohamed 

Obviously, recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital marks an unprecedented shift in U.S. policy, but it is important to note that from presidents Truman to Trump, the U.S. has never actually been an “honest broker” of peace between Palestinians and Israelis. On the contrary, the U.S. has provided exceptional diplomatic, economic, and military support to Israel ever since its creation in 1948.


The Lie of a Century

By Mohamed Mohamed

The bottom line is that Palestinians were thrown out and their country was indeed taken away from them. The argument that there was never an official Palestinian state or explicit national identity before Israel is irrelevant and hollow, and does not justify Israel’s expulsion of Palestinians, the theft of their land, or the continued denial of their basic civil and religious rights.

Why Palestinians Resist

by Mohamed Mohamed

“Rights are not bestowed by an oppressor.” This statement in a New York Times op-ed by Marwan Barghouti, the imprisoned Palestinian political figure leading the latest prisoner hunger strike, is perhaps the core reason why Palestinians have engaged in various forms of resistance against Israel ever since the Nakba in 1948.

Israel’s Double Standard on Property Rights

By Mohamed Mohamed

For Israel, the crimes of the Nakba certainly did pay, to the detriment of the 750,000 Palestinian refugees of 1948 along with their descendants, who now add up to no less than seven million and are scattered across the world as a result. As the Jewish people pursue their lost property in Europe, Palestinians have an absolute right to do the same in historical Palestine.