Nazareth

Israel police brutality remains unchecked 14 years after massacre of Palestinian citizens

Patrick O. Strickland
Arrabeh
7 October 2014

The attorney general who ensured there was no accountability for Israeli state violence against protesters in 2000 has now been made a high court judge.

Israel prevents Palestinians from visiting church in destroyed village

Palestinian right of return activists camping in Kufr Birim say Israeli authorities have harassed them repeatedly over the last year.

Israeli court orders release of Muhammad Abu Khudair murder suspects

Palestinian citizens of Israel swept up in mass arrests remain in detention as a human rights group warns “the situation within Israel is fast moving towards a dangerous and explosive state.”

Palestinians in Israel reject "colonial, sectarian" law

Israel’s new law denying Palestinian Christians’ Arab identity reminiscent of “apartheid regime in South Africa,” say Palestinian citizens of Israel.

30 percent of vital medicines "at zero supply" in Gaza, says released doctor Tarek Loubani

Dr. Tarek Loubani, who was imprisoned in Cairo for two months, describes providing medical care to fellow detainees and the state of Gaza’s medical infrastructure under Israel’s siege.

US Christian Zionists plan to take over Palestinian university in Israel

Patrick O. Strickland
Nazareth
6 November 2013

Palestinians accuse Texas governor Rick Perry of jumping on an educational project in Nazareth to pursue a racist agenda.

The second intifada put holes in Israel's wall of fear

Budour Youssef Hassan
Jerusalem
4 October 2013

The September 2000 rebellion united Palestinians across geographical divisions.

Israeli army recruitment plan aims to incite Christian-Muslim tensions

Jonathan Cook
Nazareth
31 July 2013

Israel wants Palestinians “to be weak, separate religious communities” to divide and conquer, says Palestinian Christian activist.

Palestinian citizens wearily eye Israeli elections

Jonathan Cook
Nazareth
18 January 2013

The government formed after next week’s election could be even more racist towards Palestinians than the current one.

Forbidden to celebrate: Israel's war on Christmas continues despite Netanyahu's claim of tolerance

A college removes a Christmas tree while Israel’s state-funded rabbis use their power to block Christmas celebrations at hotels and restaurants.

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