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Today – on Capitol Hill, on U.S. campuses, and among the public at large – candidates, movement leaders and everyday people are questioning blind support for Israel’s apartheid policies. Mondoweiss brings you news about Palestine/Israel that other media ignore – news that helps shape attitudes among influencers, politicians and the public at large. We’re looking for 50 new monthly donors ready to support Mondoweiss’s journalism for justice.

The U.S. brokers “normalization” agreements between Israel and two Arab states, and corporate media gushes. But Mondoweiss brings you a reality check. For the stories and opinions you don’t find elsewhere, please support Mondoweiss’s journalism for justice. Your support makes our work possible – and if you start a new monthly gift by Oct. 1, your support goes twice as far.

Now in its 15th year, Mondoweiss stands bravely as a critical, necessary voice challenging the myths that go unquestioned and un-examined. Please continue to give generously now to keep Mondoweiss strong – and Palestine visible.

Palestinian voices are always in short supply in the mainstream media. Even now as Israel plans a crushing takeover of huge swaths of historic Palestine, corporate media silences the very people who stand to lose the most. But Mondoweiss is there – we bring you voices that matter. While other media dehumanize Palestinians, Mondoweiss publishes news and opinions that bring a human face to the struggle. But we can’t do it without your support.

Today, the fight for justice is being fought in the United States, in Palestine and in countless places around the world. As you know, the corporate media’s attention span is short – when they notice at all. At Mondoweiss, our beat is Palestine and the movements, activists and policymakers who affect what’s happening there. We cover Palestinians’ stories of occupation, resistance and hope – stories that show us all how the world’s struggles interconnect. Today, we’re asking for your help in continuing this essential work.

Mondoweiss community, we have some bittersweet organizational news to share — Tova Perlmutter, our wonderful Executive Director, will be moving on later this spring. Tova has been central in our development over the past five years, helping to move Mondoweiss from a fledgling news operation of four staff people into a mature, stable organization with a core staff of ten. As we prepare for her exit at the end of June we are launching a search for a Director of Development to continue our impressive growth.