UN Human Rights Council
Israel declares TV station to be “terrorist organization,” paving way for more attacks on journalists.
Israeli army snipers intentionally killed children, paramedics, persons with disabilities and journalists during Great March of Return.
Persecution is a crime against humanity under international law.
Israel kills seven protesters, two of them children.
Rights groups emphasize need for accountability at UN Human Rights Council.
Wife of jailed Saudi blogger is at the center of diplomatic spat between Saudi Arabia and Canada.
Protesters died after walking into paths of bullets, internal probe claims.
Two million people “caged in a toxic slum from birth to death,” says UN human rights chief.
Judges refused to watch videos documenting the shooting of unarmed civilians.
Solidarity with Palestinians is strong but it must be converted into effective pressure.
“Israel is the only state in the world that can be called an apartheid state,” says Pretoria diplomat.
Timid response to killing of Ibrahim Abu Thurayya another worrying sign of pro-Israel bias.
Firms leave Israel as UN gathers data on settlement profiteers.
Legislation backed by AIPAC aims to thwart international measures to hold Israel accountable.
Human rights groups suspect that a promised anti-torture law will contain major loopholes.
“Roof-knocking” warning missiles led to civilian deaths in Gaza. Now US is using them in Iraq.
“Covert campaign” targets Al-Haq, the Palestinian legal group which has scored successes in efforts to hold Israel accountable.
Professor argues that Israel is “notorious” for stealing water from Palestinians.
United Nations investigator calls on Israel to probe its use of deadly force against Palestinians.
Effectively documenting Israel's crimes requires fortitude in the face of defamation.
Martin Lejeune has been denied entry by a press office which claims to respect media freedom.
Jibril Nadaf advocates conscription to an Israeli army that kills his fellow Palestinians.