Providing a solid legal framework for BDS activism, a Palestinian rights organization has published a legal report about the responsibility of states in relation to Israel’s settlement enterprise Read more about New Al Haq report says governments within their rights to sanction Israel over settlement enterprise
Nancy Kricorian of the Stolen Beauty BDS campaign on the significance of a new report by Al Haq designating Israel’s resource theft in the Dead Sea as a crime of pillage; and much more. Read more about The Electronic Intifada weekly podcast: Nancy Kricorian on BDS campaigns against Israel's pillage in West Bank
After the brutal murder of a Palestinian woman by her husband, local human rights groups are pushing for stronger reforms to stem violence against women in Palestine. Read more about Harsh economic and social conditions contribute to violence against Palestinian women
In this week’s roundup of BDS news from around the world: Another Veolia contract spiked; more countries implement or consider proper labeleing of Israeli settlement products; and more! Read more about BDS roundup: Veolia contract spiked in The Hague
The Rammoun killing was a part of a training exercise for the Israeli military’s elite Duvdevan division, known for disguising as Palestinian and conducting undercover operations in the West Bank. Read more about Israeli undercover unit's murder of Palestinian civilian was part of "training exercise"
Undercover Israeli agents shoot three men in the middle of the night, killing one. Al-Haq’s independent investigation exposes the chilling story. Read more about Why were undercover Israeli agents creeping inside a Palestinian village?
A civil suit filed by the family of Tristan Anderson, a US activist seriously injured by the Israeli army during a protest, has been delayed due to the revelation of new material evidence. Read more about Tristan Anderson civil suit delayed as new evidence emerges
Veolia owns and operates Tovland Landfill, occupied Jordan Valley, where Israeli waste is dumped. Meanwhile,Veolia digs its heels deeper into the Israeli occupation by offering waste collection services to Israeli army bases in the Jordan Valley. Read more about Veolia dumps Israel's waste in Jordan Valley and wins Israeli army contract
Israel is deporting more than 140 released Palestinian prisoners to Gaza permanently, despite many being from Jerusalem and elsewhere in the occupied West Bank. Their families, therefore, remain unable to see their loved ones. Read more about Mother still restricted from visiting son after his release from prison
Mainstream media published hundreds of articles on the Palestinian Authority’s UN statehood bid from the point coverage began in earnest in the summer to the day of Abbas’ historic speech in the UN. But where were the Palestinian voices? Read more about Searching for Palestinian voices in the UN bid media coverage