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CEO refers to its facility in “the West Bank of Israel.”
Extreme move aimed at shutting down organizations working with ICC.
Author vilified by apartheid apologists.
“No case to answer,” said lawyer instructed by Bristol university.
Hospitals have just one of three tests needed for cystic fibrosis diagnosis.
Amjad Abu Sultan is the 14th child killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank this year.
Prison authorities continue reprisals following great escape.
Dozens of incidents include smear campaigns and threats of violence.
Human Rights Watch calls for probe into online censorship of Palestinians.
Corporate giants are building tech infrastructure of oppression.
Dutch military ties with Tel Aviv recall embrace of apartheid South Africa.
Salah Hammouri was born and raised in Jerusalem.
Professor Rabab Abdulhadi says ruling is vindication after years of bullying and harassment by anti-Palestinian groups.
Staff in al-Shifa hospital are still shocked by the May attack.
Holocaust scholars reject use of anti-Semitism smears against Palestine campaigners.
A number of children were found alive after coming under Israeli bombardment.
Opponents of Palestinian rights at conference celebrate end of Corbyn “nightmare.”
Genocide promoter Archie Gottesman is ignored in Ben & Jerry’s coverage from New Jersey.
Ahmed Shaheed helps Israel lobby smear critics of its abuses and crimes.
Grievance hearing underway exposes university missteps.
Margaritis Schinas smears campaigners against Zionism.
Israeli court “compromise” aimed at defusing tensions but not delivering justice.
This partnership will offer training and replace media equipment destroyed by Israel.
Operations have been reduced in the main Beirut hospital for Palestine's refugees.
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine
Woman killed during May attack just days before her planned wedding.
Palestinian intellectual Joseph Massad on how Israel came to co-opt the PLO.
Bristol University “has embarrassed itself,” says leading lobby critic.
Outrage over Erbil conference sponsored by Israel lobby group.
Why the new excitement over old thinking?
Arrest raids met with armed resistance.
Students for Justice in Palestine defend professors, demand safety from harassment.
Resolution passes calling for sanctions to end “ongoing Nakba.”
House floor sees most personal anti-Palestinian attack in its history over apartheid charge.
Ismail Ziada is appealing ruling that gave immunity to Israeli commanders.
Dublin government tries to muzzle human rights lawyer.
Citizens’ initiative takes step forward after Brussels loses court fight.
Prison escape reinforced sense of national identity.
Guardian columnist defends his support for purge of Ken Loach's left-wing group.
Israel's May attack on Gaza is regarded as its cruelest to date.
Two men had managed to cross into the occupied West Bank.
Livestock and pets suffered along with their human companions as Israeli bombs rained down on Gaza.
The US has never been held accountable for its role in the massacre.
Author Mona Hajjar Halaby retraces her mother’s footsteps in Jerusalem.
Gaza patients are still being blocked from medical care in the West Bank.
Israelis accused of war crimes should not enjoy official immunity.