Activists focused on sexuality realize that building alliances with other groups will take time. Read more about Though small, Palestine's queer movement has big vision
One day after visiting Palestine, Brazilian politician Tarso Genro signed a deal with Israeli arms firm Elbit. Read more about Porto Alegre is Palestine's friend, so why has it embraced Israel's war industry?
One participant in Palestine Through Graphics was interrogated for 12 hours; her “crime” involved dropping a piece of paper in an Israeli-owned store. Read more about Graphic novels tell stories of Palestinian youths arrested on spurious grounds
Maysara Abuhamdia may only have days to live; he has long complained of “intentional negligence” by doctors “treating” Palestinian detainees. Read more about Dying prisoner treated cruelly by Israeli doctors over many years
At least four members of the Palestinian Druze community are in jail for rejecting military service. Read more about Growing numbers of Druze refuse to serve in Israel's army
In an unprecedented move, Anas Saad Awad has been convicted of a crime after posting a satirical image on Facebook. Read more about Nablus court jails man for depicting Abbas as soccer star
Jamal Juma’ from the group Stop the Wall believes that every Palestinian known as an activist is a target for Israel. Read more about Israel arrests Palestinian activists "to finish colonization project"
Donors have helped undermine human rights, say groups working in the West Bank. Read more about Farmers' markets bypass foreign aid to Palestine
Samir Awad, 16, is one of several youths killed by Israeli forces this month. Read more about "Samir is gone": family mourns baby-faced teen killed by Israeli fire
Israeli prime minister ordered evacuation of protest village despite court order. Read more about Eviction of Bab Al Shams exposes Israel as a lawless state