August 2021

Netafim: From Facilitator of Occupation to Global Leader in Sustainable Agriculture

Netafim positions itself as a global leader in sustainable agriculture, while in reality, the company profits from Israel’s ongoing occupation. Through the provision of irrigation technologies and know-how to illegal Israeli agricultural settlements, the company enhances the structures of land grab and de-development of Palestinian and Syrian lands. In addition, Netafim generates profits from the commercialization of military knowledge developed in the context of the Israeli occupation.

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July 2021

ندوة مع د. ابراهيم الشقاقي في حيفا | A talk with Dr. Ibrahim Shikaki's in Haifa

قمنا بتنظيم أول لقاء عام في حيفا بتاريخ 21 أيار 2021، بمشاركة د. ابراهيم الشقاقي، وهو بروفيسور مساعد في كلية "ترينيتي" في الولايات المتحدّة. تمحوّر اللقاء حول مساهمة الاقتصاد السياسي كعدسة تحليلية في فهمنا للمنظومة الإسرائيلية الاستعمارية On 21 June 2021 Who Profits held its first public meeting in Haifa, with Dr. Ibrahim Shikaki, an assistant professor at Trinity College, USA, on the contribution of a political-economic lens to the analysis of Israeli settler colonialism.

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October 2020

Combating a Virus: Militarism and Securitization Under Covid-19

On June 10th 2020 Who Profits held an online conversation with Dr. Nisha Kapoor, an Assistant Professor of Sociology, Warwick University and Who Profits’ Research Coordinator Riya al-Sanah on securitization and surveillance under COVID-19 in occupied Palestine, India and beyond.

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June 2020

Occupation is an Underlying Condition

Who Profits was joined by Dr. Rafeef Ziadah, a Lecturer in Comparative Politics of the Middle East at SOAS, University of London, and Dr. Weeam Hammoudeh, an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Community and Public Health at Birzeit University, Palestine, for a conversation on the political economy of COVID-19 in occupied Palestine.

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June 2020

In the Pipeline

This update examines the construction of a bypass water pipeline on the lands of the Palestinian village of Bardala in the northern Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.

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May 2020

NSO Group: Technologies of Control

The Israeli militarized hi-tech sector has become a dominant player in the global market of cyber technologies, many that are used for surveillance and population control. This has also laid the ground for surveillance tech firms to capitalize on Covid-19 health crisis. This company feature sheds light on the activities of the private Israeli cyber company NSO Group, and its record in human rights violations as well as its new coronavirus data analytics system.

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February 2020

UN Releases List of Companies Involved in the Israeli Occupation

The UN list of 112 companies involved in the Israeli occupation is an important step toward corporate accountability. However, its narrow focus and restrictive temporal frame leave out hundreds of complicit corporations and wider structures of dispossession.

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December 2019

Airbnbتحقيق الرّبح من خلال السّلب: وجه آخر من وجوه تورّط

نحاول في ورقة الاحاطة هذه ان نسلط الضوء على تورط الشركة في نهب ممتلكات اللاجئين الفلسطينيين في اراضي 1948 (داخل "الخط الاخضر"). كما ونستعرض بشكل مفصل قرار الشركة بالاستمرار بابقاء المرافق المقامة في مستوطنات الضفة الغربية في منصتها الالكترونية.    

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