“It’s time to channel some outrage,” says Toronto Star, faulting Canada for doing too little to free pair arrested by Egypt coup regime, en route to Gaza.
Rights and Accountability
12-year-old Zeina longs to be reunited with her father who was sent to prison shortly after she was born.
Letter proves that Africa Israel is continuing its activities in East Jerusalem.
Brussels officials appear more interested in curing wrinkles than respecting international law.
After investigating the killing of three Palestinians, Palestinian rights organization Al-Haq finds Israeli army used excessive force.
Due to siege and destruction, more than 90 percent of Gaza’s water supply is unfit for human consumption, and only a quarter of households have running water ever day.
Israel is blocking the provision of vital services for Palestinians in the West Bank.
Gaza faces “slow death” as tightening of seven-year-old siege brings territory’s economy, healthcare to brink of collapse.
Palestinian organizations urge Dutch engineering firm to pull out Israeli wastewater treatment plant in East Jerusalem.
Israel has also double its number of violent attacks on Gaza fisherman since November ceasefire, as siege deepens economic crisis.