Forcing the PA to collapse would harm Israel’s security, a New York court has been told. Read more about Palestinian Authority needed to protect Israeli settlers, says US
Emails indicate university knew of undisclosed emails about fired professor much earlier than it admits. Read more about Is Univ. of Illinois scapegoating Phyllis Wise to maintain Salaita coverup?
The Electronic Intifada can exclusively reveal the legal warning university officials received. Read more about Did Phyllis Wise violate university's "criminal" warning over Salaita emails?
Palestinian prisoner held by Israel without charge or trial is on his eighth week of hunger strike. Read more about Force-feeding Muhammad Allan could kill him, rights groups warn
Chancellor Phyllis Wise and other officials used private email accounts in an attempt to hide their communications about Salaita and other controversial matters. Read more about Univ. of Illinois official who fired Steven Salaita admits to destroying evidence
The Bangladeshi government plans to award Verint Systems part of a $25.7 million dollar contract for system to monitor public phone and Internet communications. Read more about Bangladesh to deploy Israeli mass wiretapping system
Cape Town authorities try to restrict demonstrations outside pop singer’s concert. Read more about Why is Pharrell Williams promoting retailer of Israeli goods?
Clinton intervened in 2009 row over Israeli money at Edinburgh cinema festival at urging of Israel lobby figure. Read more about Emails reveal Hillary Clinton's anti-BDS meddling in Scotland film fest
The veteran Labour Member of Parliament says he would push for an arms embargo on Israel. Read more about Listen: Palestinians deserve right to return, says British MP Jeremy Corbyn
Muhammad Allan may be the first prisoner to be subjected to the cruel practice since Israel legalized it last month. Read more about Israeli force-feeding of Palestinian hunger striker imminent