International law has proven an “antirevolutionary pacifying force” for Palestinians. Read more about Much hope but little gain
Nine years on, Israel’s Operation Cast Lead and the PA’s betrayal have left indelible marks. Read more about The fear I learned during Cast Lead has never left me
Israel has still not been held accountable for massacres it carried out nine years ago. Read more about Haunted by the horrors of Cast Lead
Belgian prosecutor confirms that former Israeli foreign minister faced questioning over 2008 Gaza assault. Read more about Did war crimes summons force Tzipi Livni to cancel Brussels trip?
How the insurgent challenger for the Democratic nomination went from slamming Israeli violence to excusing it. Read more about Bernie Sanders and the question of Palestine
Effectively documenting Israel’s crimes requires fortitude in the face of defamation. Read more about You can't report truthfully on Israel without facing its wrath
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
Suzanne Nossel, director of PEN America, is an apologist for Israeli and American aggression. Read more about Free expression group PEN America gets sponsored by apartheid Israel
Documents obtained by Al Jazeera confirm previous revelations of Palestinian Authority’s work to foil the Goldstone report at the UN. Read more about Sex, blackmail and theft: leaks detail Israeli spy operations
Palestine would be an unprecedented political and legal challenge to the court but there’s no shortage of evidence of Israeli crimes. Read more about What would happen if Palestine joined the International Criminal Court?
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