Authorities are circulating arrest warrants for political and military leaders responsible for 2010 attack on a Turkish ship. Read more about Top Israeli officials face arrest in Spain, South Africa
Parents of Furkan Doğan say former Israeli prime minister is responsible for their son’s death. Read more about Ehud Barak served US lawsuit over Gaza flotilla slaying
Netanyahu is like the “Nutrition Facts” label on a box of junk food: it tells you about the toxic ingredients inside. Read more about Why I'm relieved Netanyahu won
Mordechai Kedar is treated as an authority on Arab culture, despite how he has encouraged sexual violence against Palestinian women. Read more about Video: Rape advocate hailed as "gender expert" by pro-Israel group in Brussels
The author effectively dismisses the Palestinian right of return as a fundamental human right central to their struggle and to a just peace. Read more about New book reveals top-secret collusion between Israel, US during twenty years of “peace talks”
Claims that Israel is a “shining city on a sand dune” echo the prejudice of Zionism’s founding father Theodor Herzl. Read more about Why is the Jewish Agency's Avi Mayer obsessed with race?
Jack Straw today rejected a former Israeli MP’s claim that he made anti-Semitic comments during an event they both spoke at last week. Read more about Former UK foreign minister hits back at Israeli "anti-Semitism" smear
David Rotem, a recent guest in the European Parliament, can make vile statements about Palestinians without fear of censure. Read more about Why are Israel's worst racists welcome in European Parliament?
What happens to a small village in the West Bank over the next few weeks will set a precedent about whether Israel will abide by its highest court’s ruling when it comes to dismantling settlements. Read more about Farmer spurns Israel's cash offer, refuses to allow settlers on his land
BICOM, the Britain Israel Communications & Research Centre, prides itself on “providing daily, expert news summary” to politicians and journalists in the UK. But when it comes to an issue as contested as Iran, what BICOM considers news suggests a problematic bias. Read more about The news according to BICOM
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