Israel's movie-funders ban recipients from calling themselves Palestinian

Director Suha Arraf has been told to repay subsidy from the Israeli government.

“Common bond” found in African heritage delegation to Palestine

Participants were tear gassed by Israeli army in West Bank village.

Israel sprays "skunk water" into Palestinian homes

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

Israeli soldiers shot my teenage son

Iyad Burnat
12 August 2014

It is not easy to describe the feeling of hearing your child scream in agony.

Israeli occupation forces tear gas themselves - photo and video

The gas itself and the metal canisters that contain it can be lethal. They have caused numerous deaths and injuries over the years.

Israel outlaws peaceful protest, says rights group

A recent report by Addameer details Israel’s system of oppression against Palestinian protesters and organizers.

To end the occupation, dissolve the Palestinian Authority

Iyad Burnat
11 December 2013
View of the backs of riot police at a demonstration

Popular resistance is the only thing that will bring us freedom.

Oscar-nominated films prove Israel is an apartheid state

Eli Ungar-Sargon
Los Angeles
7 February 2013

Both The Gatekeepers and 5 Broken Cameras offer evidence of Israeli racism, albeit from different perspectives.

Eviction of Bab Al Shams exposes Israel as a lawless state

Max Blumenthal
14 January 2013

Israeli prime minister ordered evacuation of protest village despite court order.

Israel's viciousness against Bilin captured in "Five Broken Cameras" documentary

Asa Winstanley
30 October 2012
Emad Burnat’s house was declared a “closed military zone” by Israel — but that didn’t stop him from making a great film.


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