Alex Kane is a New York-based freelance journalist who writes on U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.
Israel’s Scheme To Defund the BDS Movement
Told they are enabling terrorists, banks cut off pro-Palestinian activists. MORE
Features · November 11, 2019
Here’s Exactly Who’s Profiting from the War on Yemen
And how the U.S. could stop weapon sales if it wanted to. MORE
Features · May 20, 2019
Verizon. Pfizer. Bank of America. U.S. Corporations Are Funding Israeli Settlements.
Tax records show that the foundations of well-known corporations are funding settlements that are considered illegal under international law. MORE
Features · February 21, 2019
Inside Sources Say State Dept Refuses To Trace Whether Israel Is Using U.S. Military Aid Illegally
Weapons paid for by the United States have likely been used in the extrajudicial killings of at least 14 Palestinians, in violation of the Leahy Law. MORE
Features · December 13, 2018
Israel’s New Nation-State Law Enshrines Apartheid
The formal embrace of ethnic cleansing strengthens Israel's right wing--and portends an escalation of violence against Palestinians. MORE
Features · July 24, 2018
As Israel Kills Dozens, Gazans Continue to Protest. A Palestinian Woman Explains Why.
"This is a revolution of refugees," says Intimaa Alsdudi. MORE
Features · May 14, 2018
Yaser Murtaja Was Killed by Israel While Reporting From Gaza. His Death Is One of Many.
Israel has a long-standing pattern of killing Palestinian journalists and attacking media institutions. MORE
Features · April 18, 2018
Lorde Took a Stand for Palestinian Rights. Now an Israeli Organization Is Suing Her Fans.
Lawsuit against two New Zealand citizens is a test case for Israel's draconian anti-BDS legislation. MORE
Features · February 12, 2018
Ending Deadly Collusion Between U.S. and Israeli Police
A new campaign aims to denormalize human rights abuses as Netanyahu and Trump intensify their alliance. MORE
Features · October 25, 2017
Meet the U.S. Nonprofit That Funds the Israeli Guards Who Terrorize Palestinians
Settlements in the West Bank are illegal, but equipping their guards is tax-deductible. MORE
Features · February 15, 2017