Palestinian human rights advocates fear that the Palestinian Authority is about to help bury a UN report on Israeli settlements that could lead to sanctions on Israel.
Rights and Accountability
Former prisoner starts to become acquainted with his wife only to be arrested once more.
Israel continues to severely restrict academic and other contacts between Palestinians and the outside world while complaining that it is being unjustly targeted by academic and cultural boycott.
The eight prisoners are on hunger strike, most fighting the policy of administrative detention.
Tensions are mounting in Jerusalem amid constant provocations by settlers, whom Palestinians fear intend to seize al-Aqsa.
Maher Younis has been in prison for 31 years; in a message from Gilboa jail, his fellow detainees are demanding his release.
“If I hadn’t gone on vacation, I’d still be teaching,” says Nour Joudah of her two-month ordeal.
Human rights defender Hassan Karajah under interrogation by same investigators responsible for Arafat Jaradat’s death in custody yesterday.
Thousands of pages of documents released after lawsuit show US prioritized protecting Israel’s interests over its own citizens’ rights.
Hunger striker sentenced by Jerusalem court for eight months but faces a further twenty years under military court order.