Ellen Cantarow

Ellen Cantarow, a Boston-based journalist, first wrote from Israel and the West Bank in 1979. Her work has been published in Le Monde diplomatique, the Village Voice, Grand Street, Tom Dispatch and Mother Jones, among other publications, and was anthologized by the South End Press. More recently, her writing has appeared at CounterPunch, ZNet, and Alternet.

Letter From Gaza

Dirty Energy’s Dirty Secrets

Resistance in Bethlehem’s Villages

Heroism in a Vanishing Landscape

Obama and "Two States"

Israel’s Master Plan for Transfer

I Could Not Save a Single Child

Richard Falk, Israel and the New York Times

Girls! Music! Palestine!

The Untold Story of Iraqi Women

Health Under Siege

The Day of the Barricades

Music Lives in Palestine

The MLK Rally for Peace

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