Israeli settlements

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.

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.
 

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.

Two unequal worlds in Israeli-occupied Jerusalem

Budour Youssef Hassan
Jerusalem
18 December 2014

Placing the village of Issawiyeh under siege has not stopped local youth from resisting Israel’s occupation.

Video: Forced drought hits Jordan Valley farmers as Israel steals their water

New short film Farming Without Water, from EWASH, explores the water crisis in the Jordan Valley caused by Israeli colonization and repression.

Israel jails village leader over peaceful protests against settler land theft

Murad Shtaiwi’s “crime” is organizing peaceful protests against settlers’ theft of Kufr Qaddoum’s land.
 

Why Slovenia must repudiate its "debt" to Israel

Recognizing “Palestine” will soon be discussed by lawmakers in Ljubljana.

Why is a Colorado firm selling apartments in Israel's illegal settlements?

Ben Norton
13 November 2014

RE/MAX admits that it will sell some of its properties to Jews only.

EU must cease "material support" for Israel's crimes, say leading trade unions

Activists from nineteen countries demand the suspension of a key EU agreement with Israel.

Leading Israeli lawmaker "trying to start holy war" in East Jerusalem

Moshe Feiglin, deputy speaker of the Knesset, has compared himself to a raped woman after being denied access to al-Aqsa Mosque.

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