Gaza

Princeton students buoyed by close vote in Israel divestment referendum

In close vote, 47.5 percent of undergraduates vote in favor of divestment from companies complicit in Israel’s occupation.

Israeli lies go unchallenged on BBC's flagship current affairs show

Presenters display aggression toward Palestinian interviewees, yet give Israeli spokespeople an easy ride. 

Indie singer delivers haunting tribute to Gaza children killed while playing football

JD Meatyard’s “Four Kids Playing on a Gaza Beach” articulates horror at Israeli attack. 

With Israel's help, EU seeks new ways of being cruel to refugees

Israel’s arms industry has advised the EU on using drones to track people seeking aslylum. 

Palestinians denied medicines in prisons equipped by G4S, says new report

The British-Danish firm G4S provides most of the surveillance technology used in Israel’s prisons. 

Leaked emails expose Sony concern over report its cameras used in Gaza attack

An Israeli missile part found in Gaza’s devastated Khuzaa village allegedly contained a camera manufactured by Sony as part of its guidance system.

Israel "directly targeted" children in drone strikes on Gaza, says rights group

Almost 70 percent of children killed by Israel in Gaza last summer were less than twelve years old. 

Why was Palestinian suffering forgotten on Holocaust Remembrance Day?

Michael Lesher
17 April 2015

I cannot remain silent while Jewish leaders turn the lessons of Nazi genocide upside down.

Growing segments of US public alienated from Israel, survey shows

The America Hillary Clinton is trying to woo is moving away from Israel. Will she follow?

Top Israeli recipient of EU grants is based in occupied East Jerusalem

Diplomats use threadbare reasoning to “justify” their support for Hebrew University. 

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