denial of entry

Why does Israel feel threatened by humanitarian workers?

Anne Irfan
24 February 2014

During my detention, Israeli officials seemed obsessed about my humanitarian activities.

Israel denies entry to members of team monitoring attacks on Palestinians in Hebron

Israel has mounted a brutal crackdown ever since an Israeli soldier was shot dead in the city on 22 September.

Why does US government let Israel discriminate against Americans?

Mike Coogan
29 August 2013

New laws would mean that Israel is held to different standards than other nations in the Visa Waiver Program.

Honoring Palestinian history: filmmaker Annemarie Jacir on "When I Saw You"

Annemarie Jacir on honoring the fedayeen who believed return to Palestine was a possibility.

Finding our voices in the Palestinian stories we tell

A personal reflection on a first-hand experience of exile.

Israel interrogates, expels well-known South African academic Salim Vally, invited to lecture in Palestine

Israel continues to severely restrict academic and other contacts between Palestinians and the outside world while complaining that it is being unjustly targeted by academic and cultural boycott.

Podcast: Protests across Palestine after young father dies in Israeli interrogation center

A report on the death of Arafat Jaradat in Israeli prison, and teacher Nour Joudah describes her experience being denied entry and deported by Israel.

Reporters challenge State Department on “Judea and Samaria” passport stamp revealed by EI

Does “Judea and Samaria” stamp indicate “creeping annexation” of West Bank by Israel, reporter asks State Department.

Effective annexation: Israel now stamping passports of West Bank visitors “Judea and Samaria only”

The latest change is further proof that Israel is, without announcing it, implementing a racist one-state solution where there is no such thing as a Palestinian state.


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