israeli high court

Why I tried to arrest Avigdor Lieberman (again)

I refuse to be silent as the European Union abets Israeli apartheid.

Is Israel preparing to annex most of West Bank?

Jonathan Cook
Nazareth
18 July 2012
Despite its laughable conclusion that Israel is not occupying the West Bank, downplaying the significance of a recently published report by an Israeli judge may prove unwise.

The Electronic Intifada Weekly Podcast featuring Samia Botmeh and Michael Deas - 12 July 2012

This week on the podcast, the global BDS movement celebrates 7 years of victories: we’ll interview two leading BDS organizers in Palestine and in Europe about the significance of the movement; and much more!

Israel orders destruction of entire West Bank village

Ryan Brownell
Susya
5 July 2012
Residents of Susya fight to remain on their land as Israel hands down orders to demolish the whole West Bank village.

Israel denies Palestinians in Gaza right to study in West Bank

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jerusalem
27 June 2012
For twelve years Israel has imposed sweeping bans on Palestinians wanting to travel from Gaza to the West Bank for education.

Farmer spurns Israel's cash offer, refuses to allow settlers on his land

Aghsan Barghouti
Ramallah
8 June 2012
What happens to a small village in the West Bank over the next few weeks will set a precedent about whether Israel will abide by its highest court’s ruling when it comes to dismantling settlements.

American demands justice for her husband, murdered by Israel in broad daylight

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jerusalem
24 May 2012
An American woman is seeking justice from the Israeli high court for the point-blank killing of her husband in Jerusalem.

"I want to live in a state that's not racist;" a Bedouin keeps fighting for his people's rights

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
22 May 2012
A Bedouin activist has filed an appeal to Israel’s highest court in an attempt to make the state recognize his land rights.

"We must sustain hunger strike solidarity," says leading prisoner rights campaigner

Nora Barrows-Friedman
Berkeley
18 May 2012
Sahar Francis, director of Addameer, analyzes the hunger strike agreement signed by Palestinian political prisoners.

In ruling against hunger strikers, Israel high court shows its fear of security services

Despite rejecting an appeal from two Palestinian hunger strikers, Israel’s supreme court appeared to send a signal that Israeli authorities should not let the men die in custody.

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