Israeli lawyers group Shurat HaDin unmasked as Mossad proxy

A leaked US embassy cable shows the Israel Law Center’s director privately admitting it “took direction” from Israel’s spy agencies.

Was Israel's flotilla apology really a triumph for Turkey?

Murat Dagli
17 April 2013
Turkish prime minister seen gesturing with hand in front of flag of Turkey

Voices critical of the rapprochement have been silenced by the Turkish media.

Palestinian citizens wearily eye Israeli elections

Jonathan Cook
18 January 2013

The government formed after next week’s election could be even more racist towards Palestinians than the current one.

Spain prosecutor requests ICC referral of case against Israel's Netanyahu for 2010 flotilla attack

Spanish prosecutor finds “strong evidence” of crimes against humanity, illegal detention and torture in Israel’s attack on Gaza flotilla.

Mavi Marmara lawyers file case against Israel for seizure of Gaza-bound Estelle

The complaint says Turkish courts have jurisdiction over Israel’s international piracy.

Listen: Ali Abunimah on FAIR's Counterspin about the Guardian and Joshua Treviño

Media watchdog FAIR talks to Ali Abunimah about the Guardian’s hiring of murder-inciter Joshua Treviño.

American student shot dead by Israel “deserved” to die says Guardian's Joshua Treviño

The Guardian continues to lie to its readers about its new columnist Joshua Treviño’s record.

New Guardian team member openly incited Israel to murder Alice Walker and others

The Guardian is proud to have hired a new pro-Israel contributor who says those who disagree with him should be murdered

Is head of Turkey charity IHH that sponsored Mavi Marmara really being probed for Al-Qaida funding?

Israel media report that the head of the Turkish charity that sponsored the Mavi Marmara is being probed for Al-Qaida ties by Turkish authorities. But there are good reasons to be very skeptical about these reports.

Freedom Waves participants still detained in Israeli prison

Only six out of the original 27 Freedom Waves participants have been released, twenty-one participants are still detained in Israeli prisons.  Egyptian journalist with Almasry Alyoum, Lina Attalah was the first to be released, she was handed over to officials at the Egyptian Embassy in Israel who later escorted her back home to Egypt through Taba crossing, Lina wrote an eyewitness account which can be found here.


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