With Israel's help, EU seeks new ways of being cruel to refugees

Israel’s arms industry has advised the EU on using drones to track people seeking aslylum. 

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.

End "booming military trade" between EU and Israel, say Palestinian rights groups

Arms exports to Israel worth more than $9.5 billion were approved by EU governments between 2005 and 2009.

Palestinian artist John Halaka opens Barcelona exhibition

 Portraits of Denial & Desire(Hands of Time), 2013, 60, 96 x 91, 44 cm, Digital Print, Artist Proof
Show Portraits of Denial and Desire opens at Barcelona’s Tasneem Gallery.

Turkish court issues "historic" arrest warrants for Israeli army commanders

A tenth Turkish civilian has died after a four-year coma. He was shot in the head by Israeli commandos who raided the Mavi Marmara humanitarian aid boat in May 2010.

Activists force Catalan authorities to scrutinize academic collaboration with Israel

More than 350 academics and university staff in Catalonia support the academic boycott campaign.

Italy's new foreign minister Emma Bonino wants Israel in EU

Veteran politician regards war criminal Shimon Peres as her friend.

Alice Walker, Roger Waters, and activists to writer Antonio Muñoz Molina: Don't cross the picket line

Spanish writer Antonio Muñoz Molina is due to accept the Jerusalem Prize from Israeli President Shimon Peres this weekend, despite calls from a wide range of activists to respect the boycott call.

Palestinian babies are just as precious as my new daughter

The birth of my little girl has reminded me why it’s so important to fight for equality.

Spain prosecutor requests ICC referral of case against Israel's Netanyahu for 2010 flotilla attack

Spanish prosecutor finds “strong evidence” of crimes against humanity, illegal detention and torture in Israel’s attack on Gaza flotilla.


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