Israel’s decision to close the investigation into the slaughter of four Palestinian boys on a Gaza beach is part of a broader pattern of impunity for soldiers who committed atrocities during its 51-day war on Gaza last summer. Read more about Israeli military exonerates itself in slaughter of children on Gaza beach
America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
Right-wing organizations smear undergraduate student instructor of a course on Palestinian history. Read more about Amcha attempt to block "Palestinian Voices" university course fails
HeidelbergCement and Cemex are helping Israel plunder natural resources from the West Bank. Read more about German, Mexican firms blacklisted by Norway pension fund over Israeli occupation roles
Steven Salaita compared to Kardashians as Illinois judge rules in his favor in FOIA lawsuit. Read more about Judge orders University of Illinois to release Steven Salaita emails
In Israel it is common to attack dissenting organizations as foreign-funded, yet a look the funding of the Israeli right reveals an apparatus likely unsustainable without US donors. Read more about Who's really funding the Israeli right?
Academic institutions’ collusion with Shin Bet will likely bolster calls for boycott. Read more about Israeli universities help Shin Bet torturers recruit students
Israel denied Palestinian photojournalist access to Jerusalem for medical treatment after he was shot in the eye while covering a protest. Read more about Israel shoots journalist in the face
Tariq Abukhdeir said that his attackers must be held accountable. Read more about Palestinian American teen recounts Israeli assault to packed room on Capitol Hill
Officials from the Israeli embassy in London were sent to a conference at the University of Bath to gather information on writers and activists, say organizers. Read more about Israeli embassy monitored activists at UK conference