Film about life of legendary American activist to be screened in Israeli-government sponsored festival despite her objections.
A rising proportion of Palestinian children arrested by Israeli occupation forces are subjected to solitary confinement, harsh interrogations and ill-treatment amounting to torture.
Martin Indyk, the US official in charge of the Palestinian-Israeli “peace process” has publicly ridiculed the notion that Palestinians have rights or are seeking justice.
More than 5,000 people called on the network to end its involvement in the action series DIG which will be set and shot in eastern occupied Jerusalem.
Pictures reveal the extent to which Israeli culture has been militarized and how Israeli children are not immune to this.
The US State Department has endorsed boycott as an “acceptable” way for US citizens to express their views and take action over what they see as violations of human rights in other countries.
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