COST OF COMPLICITY
Dutch probe sends warning to firms abetting Israel’s crimes. MORE
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A three-year probe may not have led to a criminal prosecution but it shows that cooperating with Israel carries that risk.
One day after visiting Palestine, Brazilian politician Tarso Genro signed a deal with Israeli arms firm Elbit.
Versailles court dismisses appeal over French corporations’ involvement in Jerusalem light rail project.
Abu Khaled’s village is just 15 kilometers from Gaza, yet he may never see it again.
Translator Moe Ali Nayel was shocked by the arrogance of a recent group of Harvard students interviewing in Sabra refugee camp.
Even if Israel considers settlement outposts to be illegal, it is still facilitating their construction.
Palestinians forced to flee Damascus are trying to survive on help from charities in Cairo.
Residents of Deir Jarir and Silwad are holding regular protests against Israel’s theft of their land.
Hikers risk being attacked if they come close to Israeli settlements.
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