Muhammad al-Judaili died after being shot during the Great March of Return.
Operation Cast Lead
Palestinian breakdancers challenge occupation and their own communities.
Few suffered more than the Samounis during Israel's unprecedented Cast Lead attack.
On the anniversary of Israel’s first Gaza war, one writer recounts the chaos and remembers friends who didn’t survive.
Gaza police officer killed by Israel on 27 December 2008 had planned to propose marriage that same day.
PA and US are becoming increasingly irrelevant.
Frontex, the EU's border guard agency, has begun testing Israeli warplanes.
A Gaza sports program caters to children who had a parent killed by Israel.
Michael Herzog had a direct role in deadly attacks on Gaza.
Israeli broadcaster gets loan guarantee in case Eurovision is canceled due to earthquake, war or BDS.
Wife of jailed Saudi blogger is at the center of diplomatic spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada.
Michigan Democrat has been vague about stance on US military aid to Israel.
Attack on Hajo Meyer is part of campaign to silence Labour support for Palestine.
EU refuses to investigate if it trained forces who suppressed Ramallah protest.
Human rights defenders shout down former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak in San Francisco.
Nine years on, Israel’s Operation Cast Lead and the PA’s betrayal have left indelible marks.
Israel has still not been held accountable for massacres it carried out nine years ago.
Pro-Israel group signals willingness to work with German far right.
Leading “defense analyst” Amos Harel is a stooge to an apartheid state.
Mounis Hammouda spent 480 days in an Arizona detention center; his friend Hisham Ghalia is still there.
Loay Subuh, blinded at age 9 by phosphorus bomb, wants to be example of steadfastness for others.
Effectively documenting Israel's crimes requires fortitude in the face of defamation.
We are ready to submit all the evidence needed to prosecute Israel for war crimes.
The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.
A ceasefire is not enough. It will not end the suffering. It will only move us from the horror of death by bombardment to the horror of death by slow strangulation.