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Why Slovenia must repudiate its "debt" to Israel

Recognizing “Palestine” will soon be discussed by lawmakers in Ljubljana.

South Africa retailer Woolworths takes Israel boycotters to court

The South African retail giant Woolworths threatening BDS South Africa with legal action if it does not stop protests against Israeli goods at its stores.

Video: French activists seize stage at Israel-backed film festival

Dozens of activists disrupted an Israeli-government backed film screening at the Cinemed 2014 festival in Montpellier, France, forcing the showing to be abandoned.

How Israel forces Bedouins to live in a graveyard

Stephanie Westbrook
24 October 2014

Water is abundant in a nearby Jewish-only settlement, yet the Palestinians of al-Araqib are deprived of basic services.

Video: Activists occupy Israel pavilion at Paris trade show

Supplier of tahini to Israeli military draws protests at Paris food fair.

Did Blair seek Palestine post for cop criticized in racist murder probe?

Jonathan McIvor was the most senior officer on duty the night Black teenager Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death; McIvor went on to set up the EU’s first “security” operation in Palestine.

By recognizing “State of Palestine,” Sweden could harm Palestinians

The trappings of “statehood” and “state” recognition, however well intentioned, will not restore usurped Palestinian rights.

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.

Israeli high court upholds racist "admission committees" law

After a three-year legal battle, the high court rules in favor of the Admissions Committees Law.

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.

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