Scholars from 50 Italian universities urge end to ties with Israel’s Technion and other institutions complicit in abuses of Palestinian rights. Read more about Academic boycott of Israel takes off in Italy
Ecological groups in Italy confirm they have no partnership with group linked to Israeli military. Read more about "Beautiful Israel" group misleads on "cooperation" with Greenpeace, WWF
In Europe, cartoons mocking Muhammad are “free speech,” while discussion of Israel is censored, historian notes. Read more about Did Rome college censor Ilan Pappe because of "Zionist intimidation"?
A cooperation agreement involving a firm that deprives Palestinians of water was signed recently in Rome. Read more about Israel's water apartheid embraced by Italy
Military cooperation between the two sides is flourishing. Read more about Why Israel has no "better friend" than Italy
An employee describes the claims on a promotional video by the fizzy drink firm as “lies.” Read more about SodaStream "treats us like slaves," says Palestinian factory worker
Gaza’s landscape is dotted with piles of rubble of bombed out buildings, the twisted iron and aluminum of destroyed factories, once green fields reduced to sand and dirt by Israeli tanks, apartments with two-meter holes in the walls and toppled minarets of mosques turned to ruins. “But as devastating as bearing witness to the destruction was, it was the absurdities of the total blockade of Gaza imposed by Israel and Egypt that really affected me,” writes Stephanie Westbrook upon returning from Gaza. Read more about Gaza frozen in time