Palestine rights campaigners in Egypt and France welcome announcement, but say boycott must continue. Read more about Boycott-hit Orange may dump Israeli partner by mid-2017
Gaza was the third most dangerous place to be a civilian in 2014 due to Israel’s summertime bombing campaign. Read more about Israel tops explosive killers' list
Lawmaker aboard seized ship compares Israeli bigots to US pro-Confederate extremists. Read more about Israel seizes Gaza-bound boat in "act of piracy"
Israel’s efforts to close Palestine 48 are part of a broader strategy of “silencing the Arab public,” says channel’s board member. Read more about Netanyahu orders shutdown of TV channel for Palestinians in Israel
Independent investigation finds Israeli leaders at “highest level” likely responsible for policy of targeting civilians. Read more about “Balance” in UN Gaza report can’t hide massive Israeli war crimes
Few Western journalists have dared to ask why Israel is supporting Jabhat al-Nusra. Read more about Why has Israel embraced al-Qaida's branch in Syria?
Journalist’s previous book, subjected to corporate media blackout, accurately predicted rise of Israel’s extreme right. Read more about Max Blumenthal's unflinching book on Gaza war must not be ignored
In Israel it is common to attack dissenting organizations as foreign-funded, yet a look the funding of the Israeli right reveals an apparatus likely unsustainable without US donors. Read more about Who's really funding the Israeli right?
Irish prime minister appears stony-faced as deputy reads out Israeli calls to kill Palestinian “beasts.” Read more about Video: Shocking words of Israeli leaders read aloud in Irish parliament
Right-wing politician Yinon Magal has previously likened Israei opponents of the occupation to bacteria. Read more about New bill would ban boycott advocates from entering Israel
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