Israel’s blockade and coronavirus pandemic have left many unable to access regular treatment.
Influential political actors attempt to silence Valentina Azarova over Palestinian rights research.
Israeli land grab will formalize what is already a reality on the ground.
Employees unpaid for months.
Benjamin Netanyahu is following a decades-old blueprint.
While the struggle against Israel’s annexation plan is important, true solidarity lies in opposition to Zionism.
Israel has long worked on annexing territory with the least Palestinians.
International protestations are all bark and no bite.
Further annexations mark beginning of long road to one country.
A 2019 measles outbreak served as a warning for overcrowded, impoverished Gaza.
With UNRWA broke and international and Palestinian actors turning away, poverty-stricken refugees face out-and-out disaster.
There should be no collaboration with Israel or Israelis. Peace can come when occupation ends.
From beach massacre to international law: Huda Ghalia, lawyer, is on a mission.
Fatou Bensouda has left open the possibility that judges will reject a full investigation.
Robert C. O’Brien rejects international law regarding Israeli settlements.
Three years in prison, outlandish charges, 119 court appearances and still no conviction.
Weapons trade helps Israel and US secure favorable UN votes.
Refugee issue? What refugee issue?
Reporting on Palestine circumscribed by editorial framing narratives.
Israeli policies targeting Palestinians undergirded by violence or its threat.
Creative actions key to sustaining decade of New York City protests against Israeli settlement profiteer.
German company ignores Palestinian right to self-determination.
States have a legal obligation not to assist Israel in the commission of its crimes.
Does the US-Israel “special relationship” prevent self-determination for Palestinians?
The end of the Zionist colonial venture remains the precondition for justice and peace for all the residents of historic Palestine.
MEMO | Tuesday, 02 September 2014 11:46 IMAGES The explosives engineering division in the Ministry of Interior in the Gaza Strip yesterday destroyed around five tonnes of unexploded bombs that were launched by the Israeli army on the sector during their latest assault.
Tuesday September 02, 2014 05:05 by IMEMC News & Agencies Israeli forces kidnapped six Palestinians and physically assaulted two teenagers in West Bank districts, on Monday, according to reports by security sources. Also on Monday, seven residential and agricultural structures in the southern Hebron Governorate were demolished.
Tuesday September 02, 2014 10:03 by Saed Bannoura – IMEMC News Palestinian medical sources report that a man and a child have died of serious injuries suffered, in different strikes, during Israel’s extensive bombardment and aggression on the Gaza Strip.
By Stephen Lendman | Global Research, September 01, 2014 On August 31, Israel’s Civil Administration announced confiscation of around 1,000 acres of privately owned Palestinian land. It lawlessly declared it State Land. It’s to establish a Gva’ot settlement. It’s located south of Bethlehem. It’s in the Southern West Bank.
Amid fear that Hamas had captured an Israeli soldier, the Israeli military sealed civilians in the Rafah area and began shelling on Aug. 1, 2014. The Israeli military confirmed that Rafah residents were barred from leaving the area, but declined comment on the war crime allegations.
PressTV | Tue Sep 2, 2014 1:16AM GMT The United States has criticized Israel’s plan to grab hundreds of hectares of Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank. On Sunday, the Israeli military said nearly 1,000 acres (400 hectares) of land in the area of Bethlehem will be seized.
Anadolu | 01 September 2014 17:52 (Last updated 01 September 2014 17:53) LONDON Britain’s government condemned Monday what it called an “ill-judged” decision by Israel to confiscate a further 988 acres of Palestinian land in the West Bank, saying it should instead work on a ceasefire in Gaza.