Amjad Safadi was electro-shocked and denied psychiatric medication. Read more about Lawyer for Jerusalem's poor, tortured in Israeli prison, found hanged
More than 150 residents of Issawiyeh — home to Samer Issawi — have been arrested in the past few months. Read more about Resistance burns bright in hunger striker's village
Residents of Beit Safafa, near Jerusalem, are resisting a settler highway that would cause irreparable harm to their village. Read more about Israeli highway hits Palestinian village "like a tsunami"
“Laila,” a pseudonymous underground artist, speaks to The Electronic Intifada about young Palestinians carrying on the revolutionary tradition of political graffiti. Read more about Taking back Palestine's streets: exclusive interview with underground Jerusalem graffiti artist
Samer Issawi faces essentially a life sentence after his arrest in a Jerusalem-area village, which Israel says is outside the city municipality and therefore violates a prisoner swap agreement that won Isaswi’s release last year. Read more about Jerusalemite faces decades in prison after visiting nearby village