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Israel deliberately attacking medical workers in Gaza, Amnesty says

Amnesty International testimonies reveal a pattern of Israeli attacks targeting medical facilities, workers and vehicles.

Democrat youth wing fires members who criticized Israel's child killings

The youth arm of the Democratic party forced two of its members to resign following a right-wing smear campaign that labeled them anti-Semitic for sympathizing with Gaza.

Syria war refugees allowed in Jordan, except if they're Palestinian

Jordanian official admits demographics are behind discriminatory practices targeting Palestinians fleeing Syria.

Israel broke all taboos in attacking civilians, says Gaza doctor

“Drones have not left the area,” according to a physician in al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City.

Academic heavyweights slam Univ. of Illinois firing of Steven Salaita for Palestine views

The campaign against Salaita is almost certainly motivated by the fact that he has been an outspoken and effective campaigner for the boycott of Israeli academic institutions complicit in Israel’s crimes against Palestinians.

Video: Palestinian resistance in Gaza is “fighting for all of us,” says Dr. Mads Gilbert

Norwegian emergency surgeon who treated the injured in Gaza says “Israel is more isolated than ever and they deserve to be.”

BBC agrees to air Gaza charity appeal after getting Israel's permission

The BBC seems to think it needs permission from Israel to broadcast a simple charity appeal for Gaza.

Jewish group that sent email promising action denies role in Steven Salaita firing

The University of Illinois terminated Steven Salaita after anti-Palestinian activists and media raised concern over Salaita’s tweets condemning Israel’s massacre in Gaza.

Rudoren: I did not have journalistic relations with that censor

New York Times bureau chief Jodi Rudoren claims that the story of Hadar Goldin, the Israeli soldier captured in Gaza, constituted her first “encounter with Israel’s military censor”. However…

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