“I announce my full solidarity with my 30,000 oppressed brothers in the American prisons,” former hunger striker Khader Adnan writes from Palestine.
Rights and Accountability
An Egyptian general has said that President Morsi, who was overthrown by the army yesterday, may be charged with “collaborating” with Hamas.
UK government assured immunity to Major General Doron Almog, who has an outstanding arrest warrant against him.
Mohammad Halabiyeh was beaten with an iron bar while police brought him to hospital.
Alex’s brother Sami Odeh this month passed away after a long illness, but never lost hope the killers would be extradited by Israel and caught.
A federal court allows lawsuit filed by CAIR that alleges institutional targeting of Muslims at US borders.
Palestinians receive inferior service to Jews in town set to benefit from Jewish National Fund scheme.
This shocking incident came to light just days after it emerged that another Israeli facility, the theme park Superland, segregates Jewish and Arab students on separate days.
The Dutch chief prosecutor has sent a clear signal to the shareholders and directors of Dutch companies that they can be held liable – and even be criminally prosecuted – for their involvement in Israel’s violations of international law.
There is nothing complex about Bradley Manning’s case, so why is the world’s best known human rights group not demanding his release?