Operation Cast Lead

Gaza farmers urge Neil Young not to play Tel Aviv

Canadian rock star has a long history of defending agricultural workers in North America.

Gaza youth defied “smell of death” to form popular band

Khaled Alashqar
Gaza City
12 March 2014

The Watar Band was formed following Operation Cast Lead, Israel’s murderous assault in late 2008 and early 2009.

Gaza's class divisions confronted by young writers

Sarah Irving
11 February 2014
A story about seeking treatment for a toothache is one of the gems in “Gaza Writes Back.”

Five years on, family keep open Gaza clinic of doctor killed by Israel

Rami Almeghari
27 December 2013

Ehab Jasir al-Shaer was one of the first Palestinians killed during Operation Cast Lead.

How Israeli diplomats tried to muzzle an Irish journalist

Peter Kearney
18 December 2013

Ireland’s Near FM suspended me over a broadcast describing Gaza as an open prison.

Max Blumenthal on exposing hardcore racism in "liberal" Tel Aviv

Goliath author on what is most shocking about Israel today; plus prisoner release in West Bank.

Gaza's construction sector still crushed by siege

Rami Almeghari
Gaza City
26 September 2013

Israel wants to “beautify” the image of its ongoing blockade against Gaza by letting in some construction materials.

EU enterprise chief seeks stronger ties with Israel's war industry

Antonio Tajani behaves as Israel’s best pal in the Brussels hierarchy.

Students forced to attend “re-education” program designed by Israel lobby group

Palestine solidarity activists and students in Florida are being met with chilling punishments for walking out of an event with an Israeli soldier earlier this year.

Israel advises Sri Lanka on slow-motion genocide

Krisna Saravanamuttu
30 July 2013

Drones and police training are among the contributions made by Israel to the oppression of Tamils.


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