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What would happen if Palestine joined the International Criminal Court?

Dr. Michael Kearney
20 August 2014

Palestine would be an unprecedented political and legal challenge to the court but there’s no shortage of evidence of Israeli crimes.

EU regurgitates Israeli propaganda

Israel’s murderous attacks on Gaza constitute “retaliatory fire,” according to Brussels spindoctor Michael Mann.

Feeling the hate at an American festival for Israel

Palestine solidarity activists faced down a storm of bigotry and harassment from Zionists at the annual Israel Street Festival in Northern Virginia.

Boycott activists celebrate as Ahava quits South Africa

BDS South Africa campaign claims victory, as settlement-based company Ahava quietly withdraws from the country.

EU refuses probe into why it rewarded contractor for apartheid tramway

Gilad Rafaeli worked on light rail system in occupied Jerusalem at the time he secured science grant from Brussels authorities.

European lawmakers tell EU to stand up to lobby pressure, implement ban on settlement funding

Announced in July, the new EU guidelines should bar it from awarding grants to Israeli projects in territory occupied since 1967 and exclude Israeli businesses and institutions that operate in the West Bank from receiving EU loans.

EU awards new science grant to occupation profiteer Ahava

Brussels officials appear more interested in curing wrinkles than respecting international law.

Norway urged to reintroduce investment ban on Israeli diamond magnate

Oslo government has previously condemned “grossly unethical” behavior by Lev Leviev’s Africa Israel.

Has the EU really caused an "earthquake" for Israel?

New guidelines on barring firms based in Israeli settlements from cooperating with the EU are actually quite timid.

Make sure Palestine stays on agenda, says Norwegian labor activist

“Ambassadors” appointed by Norway’s trade unions travel to Palestine, then urge a boycott of Israel when they return home.

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