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Gaza medics go door to door to treat thousands of war wounded

Half of the 11,000 Palestinians wounded in Israeli strikes on Gaza this summer require rehabilitation care.

Jewish fraternity “fearmongering” against campus Palestine activists

Leaked Zeta Beta Tau email insinuates that actions by Palestine solidarity activists on campus may include violence against Jews.

South African peace group files complaint over Tutu-Hitler comparison

Jewish Voices for a Just Peace file a complaint at the Human Rights Commission against the Likud party’s South Africa chairman over a piece he wrote comparing Desmond Tutu with Adolf Hitler.

Gaza's message to Italy BDS conference - video

Palestinians in Gaza call for an immediate and comprehensive military embargo on Israel.

Family held at gunpoint as Israel arrests another Palestinian rights defender

Ayman Nasser, legal coordinator for prisoner rights group Addameer, arrested in late-night raid on his home.

Israel sprays "skunk water" into Palestinian homes

Testing “non-lethal” weapons on civilians may be a war crime, says the research group Who Profits.

End "booming military trade" between EU and Israel, say Palestinian rights groups

Arms exports to Israel worth more than $9.5 billion were approved by EU governments between 2005 and 2009.

Countering Israeli greenwashing at the People’s Climate March

As the People’s Climate March in New York City approaches this weekend, a debate among participants and organizers over Israel-aligned co-sponsors smolders below the surface.

Don't single out (homo)sexuality in response to Israel blackmail revelations, Palestinians say

Israel attempts to blackmail Palestinians for many reasons. Focusing solely on its extortion aimed at those who engage in same-sex relations can actually strengthen pinkwashing – Israel’s false portrayal as a haven for Palestinians who identify as LGBTQ.

Threatened photographs are window on historic Palestine

A newly-digitized collection of images reveals long-lost details of daily life in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

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