General who commanded Gaza slaughter gaining in polls.
Airbnb, Booking.com and Expedia also told to stop promoting destinations in occupied West Bank settlements.
Former army chief is accused of ordering bombing of Ziada family home.
Hamzeh Abu Hashem was 16 when he was bitten and seriously injured.
Dutch researchers handcuffed, abused by Israeli interrogators before being expelled.
Omar Shakir says move against him aims to “muzzle dissent.”
Ismail Ziada lost six family members, including his mother, in 2014 bombing of his family home in Gaza.
Meanwhile, the French government has once again teamed up with a major Israeli settlement profiteer.
Profits come before human rights and international law.
Meanwhile, US reneges on pledge of emergency food aid for Palestinian refugees.
Activists celebrate victory as renowned charity abandons venture with Elbit Systems.
We Are Change A Dutch drugstore chain has issued an apology after accidentally selling children’s coloring books featuring a color-by-number image of Adolf Hitler giving a Nazi salute. The depiction was complete with a red swastika armband. Kruidvat, the drugstore chain, issued an apology on their website and asserted that they have pulled all the remaining coloring books from their shelves.
Organizations and governments are increasingly willing to defend legitimacy of movement to boycott Israel.
Irish foreign minister's statement is another blow to Israeli campaign to criminalize Palestine solidarity activism.
D66 calls for suspension of EU-Israel trade deal over human rights abuses, setting precedent for other parties.
A once renowned Gazan export is rapidly disappearing.
VU University had previously banned an event on academic boycott.
By advertising hotels in these settlements, Booking.com is abetting war crimes.
Published on Aug 15, 2014 A Dutch man who’d been awarded one of Israel’s highest medals returned the title in protest against Israel’s offensive and killing of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. 91-year-old Henk Zanoli was given the title for saving a Jewish boy during World War Two.