The former head of the Israeli military Shaul Mofaz was allowed to speak in the British parliament on Monday despite calls from Palestinians and their allies for his immediate arrest due to alleged responsibility for war crimes. Read more about War crimes suspect Shaul Mofaz evades arrest at UK parliament
British media outlets accepted Israeli claims that the Baker boys were killed “in error” as they played football on a Gaza beach. Read more about Why are journalists surprised that Israel kills children?
Effort to suspend FIFA has failed for now, but campaign to isolate Israel will continue, campaigners say. Read more about Palestinians disappointed but determined after FIFA betrayal
Troops were told to consider everyone in Gaza as a “threat.” Read more about Israeli soldiers ordered to kill civilians in Gaza, says Breaking the Silence
It’s more apparent than ever that Europe has learned all the wrong lessons from the Holocaust. Read more about Europe's border policy is designed to push refugees into the sea
Despite intense political pressure, the Israeli army could still be placed on UN list of major violators of children’s rights, officials insist. Read more about Is UN providing Israel with cover for killing Gaza's children?
“Progressive” newspaper gives a platform to Israel’s racists. Read more about How The Guardian told me to steer clear of Palestine
The supermarket Waitrose has come under fire for distributing a glossy brochure that erases Palestinian culture and history. Read more about Tourist ad falls foul of UK watchdog for claiming Jerusalem belongs to 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
Atef Abu Saif has been recognized for a novel he hasn’t even seen a copy of. Read more about Gaza author Atef Abu Saif shortlisted for "Arabic Booker" prize
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