Activists in the UK and Australia have shut down several parts factories, including one which makes engines used in deadly drones. Read more about Protests close four factories owned by Israeli arms firm Elbit
By not announcing the results of an official probe, a leading Australian college is tarnishing the reputation of staff and students who advocate a boycott of Israel. Read more about Why won't Sydney University admit its professor Jake Lynch has been cleared of anti-Semitism?
The possibility of Israel joining the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is being discussed in both Washington and Brussels. Read more about Could massive EU-US trade deal be extended to Israel?
“Lawyer with a soul” Raja Shehadeh contributes essay on the importance of “vision.” Read more about Literary journal "Wasafiri" launches Palestine special edition
Israeli warplanes to be used for spying on North Korea. Read more about South Korea to buy Israeli drones used in attacks on Gaza and Lebanon
Elbit, a leading drone-maker, has been invited to a Dutch arms fair scheduled for next week. Read more about Rotterdam rolls out red carpet for Israeli war industry
The trappings of “statehood” and “state” recognition, however well intentioned, will not restore usurped Palestinian rights. Read more about By recognizing “State of Palestine,” Sweden could harm Palestinians
Shurat HaDin’s case against now-victorious professor and boycott activist Jake Lynch has collapsed. Read more about Academic boycott of Israel now "fireproof" as Australian court challenge fails
A “lawfare” case brought by Israeli group Shurat HaDin was opposed even by Australian Zionist lobby groups. Read more about Major setback for Israel-backed group's efforts to criminalize BDS in Australia
Public sector union Unison says it’s pleased Moty Cristal has dropped his case against them and against the UK’s National Health Service. Read more about Lawfare in retreat as Israeli colonel drops case against union