Attempts by Frontex to rebrand itself as a humanitarian organization ring hollow.
Nordic state allows arms firm Elbit Systems to set up base of operations.
We talk with Palestine Action members who did it.
Jordan deepens embrace of Tel Aviv, ignoring deep public opposition.
Palestine Action members talk about their first year of direct action against Elbit.
New technology tested during May attack on Gaza
Human rights defenders block Israeli cargo ships, protest at lawmakers’ offices and shut down weapons factory.
Nuclear research among topics being explored.
Police still not able to coax activists down after six days, local fire brigade declares support
Role of weapons makers in destroying Gaza gets magicked away by Brussels officials.
Solidarity activists detained without charge.
Frontex fails to scrutinize how it will use equipment tested on Palestinians.
Weapons firm Elbit sometimes conceals that it is Israeli.
Katharina von Schnurbein treats opinion poll as more important than human rights law.
Activists confront major corporations complicit in settlements and weapon supplies.
Palestinians call for a boycott of Emirati university.
Princeton hosts propaganda amid a pandemic.
Former Mossad chief benefits from project on ethics of surveillance.
Elbit claims to have developed COVID-19 testing system.
More than 600 applications for protected status were rejected in 2019.
Unrecognized villages to be evicted for weapons testing facility twice the size of Tel Aviv.
French multinational increases investments in Israeli arms maker and banks.
Frontex, the EU's border guard agency, has begun testing Israeli warplanes.
Government in Brussels has been mostly silent since Israel arrested Mustapha Awad.
Amid ethnic cleansing of Rohingya, Israel envoy offers PR advice.
Togo gathering would have been opportunity for Israel to sell more weapons tested on Palestinians.
Activists protest Israeli arms maker Elbit at Paris Air Show.
Watered down divestment measure passes in Minnesota.
The UK banking giant has defended its investment in Elbit in Orwellian terms.
A “lawfare” case brought by Israeli group Shurat HaDin was opposed even by Australian Zionist lobby groups.