Human rights groups suspect that a promised anti-torture law will contain major loopholes. Read more about Will Israel really outlaw torture?
Jerusalem family’s ordeal reveals how government bends its own laws to facilitate takeovers. Read more about How Israel helps settler groups grab Palestinian land
Hunger strikers continue struggles against Israeli detention without charge. Read more about Israel jails astrophysicist for Facebook posts
His lawyer says 14-year-old Ahmad Manasra did not carry out stabbing that injured two Israelis. Read more about Israeli court convicts boy who was mocked on video as he lay injured
Move is part of a broader Israeli effort to paralyze Palestinian economy. Read more about Why is Israel shutting down Palestinian quarries?
Sami Janazreh is one of three prisoners refusing food to protest Israeli detention without charge or trial. Read more about After 9 weeks on hunger strike, Palestinian stops taking water
Three Israelis who murdered Muhammad Abu Khudair are in prison, but those who incited them escape accountability. Read more about Killer of Palestinian teen gets life, but parents fear he'll go free
Suzanne Nossel, head of PEN American Center, has previously advocated a boycott of Iran. Read more about PEN's double standards over Israel boycott
Dima al-Wawi, the youngest female detainee, has been released, but many children are still behind bars facing severe abuses. Read more about Number of Palestinian children in Israeli prisons soars
Israel advocates turn to corporate law in latest effort to stifle free speech by academics. Read more about "Frivolous" lawsuit aims to reverse ASA's Israel boycott
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