Impunity

New York jury finds Palestinian Authority liable for “terrorism”

 In a case criticized as highly prejudicial, the PA and PLO are found liable for terrorism and ordered to pay $655.5 million.

Why the PA can be sued in the US for “terrorism” but Israel can't

The civil suit against the Palestinian Authority that began this month demonstrates the stark prejudices that inform the prosecution of “terrorism” in US courts.

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.

Palestinians in Israel call for strike after youth killed by police

Sami al-Jaar is the 49th Palestinian citizen of Israel killed by police since October 2000, according to rights groups. 

Naftali Bennett and the Qana massacre

What role did rising star of Israeli politics Naftali Bennett play in the 1996 massacre of more than 100 people at the UN base in Qana, Lebanon?

“Here lies my brother”: Short video recalls life of murdered Palestinian teen

Muhammad Abu al-Thahir hoped to be a journalist and tell the world about the occupation until an Israeli sniper’s bullet ended his dream.

Take action for Palestinian children killed by Israel

Learn the story of two boys fatally shot in cold blood by Israeli forces and take action to call for justice.

Dad decries soft charge for Israeli accused in videotaped killing of son

The border policeman accused of killing Nadim Nuwara has been charged with manslaughter instead of murder.

Video analysis pinpoints Israeli killer of Palestinian teen

Meanwhile, an occupation soldier arrested in Nadim Nuwara’s killing is being treated as a hero by thousands of Israelis.

Israeli forces fail to probe 83 percent of settler violence cases -- rights group

Olive trees — a source of income for 100,000 Palestinian households in the West Bank — are frequently vandalized.

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