AJ+’s Dena Takruri and Shadi Rahimi broadcast live with the young boys of Shu’afat refugee camp in occupied East Jerusalem.
Clashes continue between Palestinian protesters and Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank. We spoke to the protesters to find out what motivates them to fight when they are so heavily outgunned.
Clashes between stone throwers and the Israeli army aren’t new, but what is it like for people who have grown up with this happening in their streets? Dena Takruri reports from Al Bireh in the occupied West Bank.
Hebron is the largest city in the West Bank and home to around 200,000 Palestinians and 1,000 Israeli settlers. Clashes have just broken out between palestinian protesters and Israeli soldiers and Dena Takruri is at the epicenter in Hebron.
When you think of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, you probably think of clashes, rockets, checkpoints and Gaza – but what’s really at the heart of the violence in Israel and Palestine?
Republican opposition to the Iran nuclear deal is strong. Presidential hopefuls slammed the deal recently at a conservative summit in Iowa, drawing cheers from the crowd. We wanted to know what’s behind Republican support for Israel, particularly among conservative Christians. So we asked
When Israel started its invasion of Gaza in the summer of 2014, the pictures of death and destruction were all over our screens. But Max Blumenthal traveled there to see for himself. So many of the stories he witnessed were never talked about in the news. He speaks to AJ+’s Dena Takruri.
Iran, the U.S. and five other countries have signed a historic deal to control Iran’s nuclear program while easing the sanctions against the country. Win–win? Not everybody thinks so.
Gaza is still in ruins one year after the 51-day war Israel called “Operation Protective Edge.” The territory hasn’t been allowed to rebuild, and the majority of Gaza’s children are showing signs of extreme emotional distress. AJ+’s Dena Takruri explains.
BDS, the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement targeting Israel, has gained momentum across American college campuses. In response, anti-BDS efforts have also intensified. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is preparing an “offensive” against boycott efforts, while American casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson convened an emergency summit in Las Vegas to raise money to fight BDS. But can BDS be stopped? Dena Takruri explains.