Descendant of Holocaust victims famously compared Israeli tactics in Gaza to Nazis. Read more about Gerald Kaufman, Jewish UK lawmaker and fierce Israel critic, dies at 86
Newseum ejected protesters who challenged Israeli spokesperson Avital Leibovich. Read more about Video: Activists confront Israeli over role in killing journalists
Palestinian Journalists’ Syndicate says providing platform to Avital Leibovich shows contempt for their lives. Read more about Journalists urge Newseum to disinvite Avital Leibovich
Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich justified the slaying of two Palestinians who are honored in the Newseum’s Journalists Memorial. Read more about Israeli who helped kill journalists to speak at Newseum
Dozens of young journalists, including at least one working for the BBC, are traveling to Israel this week for a government-backed junket designed to give them “a more positive attitude” toward Israel’s policies. Read more about Why is a BBC journalist on an expenses-paid propaganda junket to Israel?
Official statements showing Israel’s intent to target journalist are evidence of war crimes, says rights group. Read more about Human Rights Watch: Israel’s justifications for killing journalists are “evidence of war crimes”
Journalism safety watchdog says Government of Israel has yet to substantiate Israeli army spokesperson’s claims published by The New York Times. Read more about Committee to Protect Journalists condemns Israeli army's unsubstantiated claims in New York Times
By Israel’s logic, any journalist in Gaza right now is an unacceptable “fig leaf” for Hamas. Read more about Israeli spokesperson admits to targeting journalists in Gaza
In a new low for the BBC’s objectively pro-Israel coverage, the British state broadcaster seems to be doing its best to downplay the murder by Israel of family members of one of its own cameramen. Read more about When BBC ignores Israeli murder of its own cameraman's baby, what hope for other Palestinians?
Yesterday was another violent Friday in the village of Nabi Saleh as the weekly protests against settlement expansion continues. As always, the demonstration was met with tear gas, disgusting skunk chemicals and rubber-coated metal bullets. Disregarding cases of suffocation, 20 injuries were reported. Read more about Israeli army harasses press crew, beats a B’Tselem female volunteer, and lies to foreign media