Thousands marched for Palestine across the country as Israel massacred more than 100 starving Palestinians trying to get flour from an aid truck southwest of Gaza City.
Nasser Mashni told the protest for Palestine it was wrong to see Israelis and Palestinians are equally responsible for the continuing bloodshed in Gaza. Stephen W Enciso reports.
Alex Bainbridge speaks to Sam Wainwright about the Zionist campaign against Leila Khaled being allowed to speak in Australia.
The starvation regime continues unabated as Israel continues its campaign in the Gaza Strip, writes Binoy Kampmark.
Young people said they would not remain complicit in Israel's genocide in Gaza as they rallied as part of the national Student Strike for Palestine. Isaac Nellist reports.
The Tasmanian Palestine Advocacy Network is campaigning for a ceasefire in Gaza and recently marched in the Tas Pride Parade to promote queer solidarity with Palestine. Janet Hawkes reports.
Palestinian revolutionary Leila Khaled responds to those who would ban her from Australia in an interview with Peter Boyle.
In the largest protest for Palestine in a decade, students rallied at the University of Queensland St Lucia campus in solidarity with Palestine. Sam Morris reports.
Palestine liberation fighter Leila Khaled has described Israel’s occupation of Palestine as the “peak of terrorism”. This is why Zionist organisations want to stop her from speaking, writes Peter Boyle.
Engineering students at the University of Queensland are encouraged to apply for internships and work for weapons' manufacturing company Boeing. Aisling Geraghty reports.
Aaron Bushnell became the first active duty United States soldier to use self-immolation to protest the actions of the military he was a part of, reports Peoples Dispatch.
More than 200 social and community workers took unprotected strike action in support of Palestine. Elizabeth Bantas reports.
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