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Gaza's fishermen

Editorial illustration by Nidal El-Khairy.

Amnesty: Israel may be guilty of "war crimes" during Gaza massacre

A new Amnesty International report details eight cases in which Israeli airstrikes targeted residential buildings and inflicted huge numbers of civilian deaths, among them children.

Leading Israeli lawmaker "trying to start holy war" in East Jerusalem

Moshe Feiglin, deputy speaker of the Knesset, has compared himself to a raped woman after being denied access to al-Aqsa Mosque.

Golan activists condemn “suspicious visits” by “racist” Israeli politicians

Syrians in the occupied Golan Heights have issued a public statement calling for locals to resist visits by Israeli politicians.

Palestinian students in Chicago punished by university after trying to register for "Birthright" trip

Meanwhile, the Zionist Hillel group was given a light slap on the wrist for violating the same administrative rule.

Legal groups warn universities against stifling Palestine activism

Legal groups caution administrators against heeding calls to censor or stifle expression criticizing the state of Israel or advocating for Palestinian human rights.

Tony Blair enables Israeli raids in the West Bank

“Peace envoy” and his team accept that Israel’s military may inflict suffering on Palestinians.

Dozens travel to Detroit to support Rasmea Odeh as trial begins

By denying Odeh the ability to testify to the torture she experienced at the hands of Israeli soldiers and security forces in 1969, she will be unable to testify “freely, fully and fairly on her own behalf,” says her lawyer.

Palestinians “struggling for survival” in Jerusalem

Israel aims to weaken Palestinian prescence in the occupied city to facilitate takeover of al-Aqsa mosque, says resident.

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