Gaza

Video: Naima Shalhoub sings Ferguson-Gaza Blues

Lebanese-American singer performs powerful song paying homage to the struggles in Ferguson and Gaza.

UK government tries to smear "boycott Israel" call as anti-Jewish

New report by communities ministry conflates anti-Semitism with criticism of Israel.

Gaza struggles to cope with siege and storms

Rami Almeghari
Khan Younis
19 January 2015

People in Gaza have only six hours of electricity per day.

ICC preliminary probe on Palestine still a long way from war crimes trials

International Criminal Court takes first, small step on long and obstacle-filled road to justice for Palestinian victims of Israeli war crimes.

Why Israel will never control Palestinian minds

Rod Such
8 January 2015

A new book describes how Israel tries — and fails — to quell resistance.

Gaza struggles with lack of shelter caused by two Israeli wars

Rami Almeghari
6 January 2015

The summer attack has added to the unresolved crisis caused by “Operation Cast Lead” six years ago.

Prosecuting Israel's crimes: a moving snowball that can't be stopped

Monitor travels by Israeli political and military figures, Shawan Jabarin, director of the Palestinian human rights group Al-Haq, recommends.
 

Killing 40 civilians in one go is “reasonable,” says Israel army ethicist

Asa Kasher and Moshe Halbertal, co-authors of the Israeli army’s code of ethics, explain why slaughtering Palestinian civilians by the hundreds is moral and may even be necessary. 

Revealed: Gaza orphans Israel trip was government-backed PR stunt

Aborted visit was brainchild of an Israeli operative deeply involved in settlements in the occupied West Bank, working closely with the Israeli government.

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