Gaza

Israeli government promotes rape advocate as expert on Palestinians

In email to journalists, Israeli government press office recommends Mordechai Kedar for expertise on Palestinians, who, he said, should be threatened with rape to deter terrorism.

Gaza artist displays paintings in rubble of bombed home

Raed Issa wants his works to “haunt” the perpetrators of war crimes.

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 drone conference features weapons used to kill Gaza's children

Being able to drop bombs on Palestinians makes the development of arms “more efficient,” says technology chief in Israeli military.

Veteran Gaza writer releases first translated poems

Abdul Karim Sabawi, author of the Canaan Quartet, issues free e-book.

Hundreds, many from Gaza, murdered at sea by smugglers

The few survivors say their ship was deliberately rammed by the very men who were supposed to be escorting them to safer lands.

The empty world of Palestine-set BBC drama "The Honorable Woman"

Sarah Irving
12 September 2014

Ignorance of the basic facts of daily life in Palestine pops up throughout this show.

Palestinian Authority foils new Gaza war crimes probe

The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister prevented the International Criminal Court from going forward with a requested prosecution of Israel.

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