Several major international firms have already pulled out of project.
Companies on notice that “to do business with illegal settlements is to aid in the commission of war crimes.”
Violating resolution, human rights chief keeps settlement database buried.
Relentless attacks and attempts to criminalize BDS has only strengthened movement.
Fatou Bensouda has left open the possibility that judges will reject a full investigation.
Now is the moment of reckoning: one state with perpetual Palestinian subjugation or one state with equal rights.
Labels must tell consumers that products come from occupied territories.
Villagers who’ve been there for centuries suffer draconian restrictions, while settlers do as they please.
Robert C. O’Brien rejects international law regarding Israeli settlements.
UN criticizes approval of 2,400 new West Bank housing units.
Vancouver city council rejects attempt to label Palestine rights organizing as anti-Semitism.
French multinational increases investments in Israeli arms maker and banks.
White House officials inaugurate Israeli settlement project
“Made in Israel” label on settlement products misleads consumers.
Democratic presidential hopeful Cory Booker states his support of far-right Republican bill to crush BDS activism in US states.
Israel allows HeidelbergCement to plunder more Palestinian natural resources.
Will China help Israel deepen its colonization of Palestinian land?
Israel faces growing difficulty finding global firms willing to help it break international law.
Palestinians in Silwan face violence as occupation forces destroy their homes.
Trade union rejects participation in Jerusalem light rail.
CAF wants to help expand Jerusalem light rail, entrenching occupation.
UN free expression expert warns US against restrictions on political speech.
Punitive measure will worsen dire humanitarian situation in besieged Gaza, rights group says.
Human rights group decries “abhorrent” call that violates international law.
Quaker church is first in UK to divest from Israeli occupation.
An “entitled” Palestinian refugee remembers his school days.
Executives warned they could incur “criminal liability” over imminent destruction of Khan al-Ahmar.
Oslo subterfuge was always that. Israel never countenanced Palestinian statehood.
White House slashes $25 million in aid to hospitals to punish Palestinian leadership.
Dutch researchers handcuffed, abused by Israeli interrogators before being expelled.
Nearly half the Jordan Valley has been declared a closed military zone.
Campaigners hail “first victory on a just path.”
French insurance giant invests in Israeli arms makers and banks that build settlements.
Forcible transfer of Khan al-Ahmar community would constitute a war crime.
No way to mitigate complicity in war crimes while doing business with settlements, says Human Right Watch.
Israeli expansionism threatens a Palestinian community’s very existence.
Destruction of Bedouin village “reminiscent of the darkest of regimes such as apartheid-era South Africa.”
Israel profits from denying power to Palestinians.
Palestinians urge sportswear giant to end support for Israel Football Association.
Settler stabbed by Palestinian in Jerusalem was active in right-wing Temple movement.
Palestinians protested a hearing intended to force them to move hundreds of bodies to make way for development.
Meanwhile, the French government has once again teamed up with a major Israeli settlement profiteer.
Human rights defenders say database of firms must be published despite political pressure.