Author Archives: Sarah Shehadah

About Sarah Shehadah

Sarah Shehadah is a Palestinian-American university student and free lance writer. She is currently serving at an NGO in the occupied West Bank

The things I miss (confessions of an activist)

I threw myself into campus pro-Palestinian activities a year ago. The work has damaged my relationships with professors and Jewish students, but I know that I’m on the right side of history.

Posted in Activism, American Jewish Community, BDS, Israel Lobby, Israel/Palestine, Israeli Government, Middle East, Nakba, Neocons, Occupation, US Policy in the Middle East, US Politics | 82 Comments

PennBDS still being smeared two weeks after student conference

Though it has been two weeks since the much-discussed PennBDS conference, it seems that some opponents of Palestine solidarity simply cannot let it go.

Posted in Activism, American Jewish Community, BDS, Israel Lobby, Israel/Palestine, Israeli Government, Media, Middle East, Occupation, US Politics | Tagged | 15 Comments