Propaganda event is co-sponsored by Paris and Tel Aviv city governments. Read more about "Tel Aviv beach" in Paris sparks outrage a year after Gaza slaughter
Photographer Hamde Abu Rahma lost his cousin to Israeli violence. Read more about Potent images of Palestine's struggle to be shown at major Scottish festival
Meanwhile, Chancellor Phyllis Wise, a key figure in Salaita’s firing, announces surprise resignation. Read more about Judge clears way for Steven Salaita lawsuit over Gaza-tweets firing
The US government has signaled that it may request delays to financial penalties imposed on the Palestinian Authority by a New York court. Read more about Will US come to Palestinian Authority's aid in "anti-terrorism" case?
Israel supporters are waging a smear campaign against Jeremy Corbyn, the likely next leader of the UK Labour Party. Read more about Game over for Labour Friends of Israel?
Last month, Israeli helicopter pilots completed an unprecedented 11-day combat training exercise near Greece’s Mount Olympus. Read more about Greek forces to train in Israel as Syriza-led government deepens alliance
Several Palestinian prisoners are refusing food despite new Israeli law that permits force-feeding of hunger strikers. Read more about Israeli high court rejects petition to free hunger-striking prisoner
Prominent lawmaker who challenged Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel slams anti-BDS resolution passed stealthily through government body. Read more about Chicago's Jesus Garcia slams attempt to thwart boycott of Israel
Major-General Gershon Hacohen’s comments are indicator of rising religious fanaticism at heart of Israeli state. Read more about Israeli general prefers Iran to nuke Tel Aviv than to allow Palestinian state
Filmmakers remain committed to a boycott due to the festival’s partnership with an Israeli state-sponsored institution. Read more about Locarno film festival rebrands in attempt to duck Israel boycott