Israeli settlements

Earth Day Network dumps SodaStream and Scarlett Johansson

On the eve of Earth Day, groups working for Palestinian rights globally are celebrating Earth Day Network’s decision to end its partnership with SodaStream, whose main production factory is located in an illegal Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank.

Video: Writers witness Israel's apartheid system in Hebron

Settlers in Hebron are notoriously some of the most violent and racist against Palestinians.

The scars of Deir Yassin and our determination to survive

Dina Elmuti
Chicago
7 April 2014

My family’s roots run deep in a village brutally attacked by Zionist forces on 9 April 1948.

Why did Israel fail to back US-supported UN resolution on Crimea?

Israel, apparently, has a enough of a sense of irony not to condemn Russia – and perhaps set a precedent for itself.

Jerusalem students face constant harassment by Israeli forces

Patrick O. Strickland
Abu Dis
25 March 2014

Attaining the goals of higher education is impossible when universities are under attack.

In photos: al-Walaja village faces “slow death” as Israel takes its land

Anne Paq
24 March 2014

The construction of the wall, which began in 2007 in spite of an ongoing legal battle and protests, constitutes the latest chapter of the ongoing history of dispossession of al-Walaja.

Boycott movement has empowered Palestinians, says co-founder

“When we talk of boycotting Israel, we talk of boycotting a system of ruling, a way of thinking and behaving, that denies the existence of the Palestinian people and their rights.”

Scarlett Johansson doubles down on support for Israeli settlements

The Hollywood star says she was fully aware that SodaStream operates in an Israeli settlement before she agreed to become the company’s spokesmodel and ending her role as Oxfam “global ambassador.”

Italian “expo” will showcase Israeli propaganda

Stephanie Westbrook
14 March 2014

Expo 2015 will feature an pavilion whitewashing Israel’s occupation of Palestine.

Transporter of Israeli settlement goods benefits from EU science grant

Brussels officials are refusing to investigate why they approved a subsidy to a freight company bringing food from illegal colonies to Europe’s supermarkets.

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