Eli Massey is an independent journalist, editor, and researcher. His work has has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Current Affairs, Jacobin, Mondoweiss, and elsewhere. He previously was an intern at the Institute for Policy Studies where he worked on Middle East politics and an editorial intern at In These Times. Follow him at @EliJMassey
Some Jewish Voice for Peace Members Worry About Workplace Reprisal
At the group's biannual gathering—which the Israeli government condemned as a “hate conference”—some attendees are concerned about retaliation for their Palestinian solidarity work.
The War We Forgot To End: Why Are We Still in Afghanistan?
President Obama just announced he's keeping 8,400 troops in Afghanistan—but it's time for the U.S. to withdraw fully.
Meet the Rabbi Who Renounced Zionism and Embraced Palestinian Liberation
When Brant Rosen spoke out against Israel's occupation of Palestine, he lost his Jewish spiritual community, but quickly found another.
Ilan Pappe: Israel Is the Last Remaining, Active Settler-Colonialist Project
Ilan Pappe discusses Noam Chomsky, Bernie Sanders and the post-Zionist movement.
The Most Important Thing Missing from Coverage of Syria: The Perspectives of Syrians Themselves
Given that Syrians are the ones most affected by the conflict, it's remarkable how little we hear from them.
This Is the Best Moment Yet for Peace in Syria—And Diplomacy Is the Only Solution
Charles Glass, longtime Middle East journalist, discusses the Syrian conflict and his friendship with Edward Said.
Why Did Howard Dean Pretend Unions and Wall Street Are Similar in Power and Influence?
O’Hare Airport Workers Block Downtown Chicago Traffic, Joining National Day of Action on MLK Day