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?
International Criminal Court
Palestinians respond to Cherif Bassiouni’s justifications for speaking at Israeli universities. Read more about International Criminal Court founder Cherif Bassiouni defends violation of Israel boycott
Khader Adnan only consuming water on 17th consecutive day of protest. Read more about Khader Adnan escalates hunger strike in Israeli prison
The prominent Egyptian-American jurist rejected an appeal not to speak at Tel Aviv University. Read more about ICC co-founder Cherif Bassiouni under fire for violating Israel boycott
Since Netanyahu’s re-election victory, the talk of a deepening breach between the US and Israel has escalated. But will it translate into real action? Read more about Is Obama really going to get tough with Israel?
US-Israeli relations have never been stronger, nor more damaging to the prospects for peace and justice and for the very survival of the Palestinian people. Read more about For Palestinians, there is no Obama-Netanyahu rift
More than sixty mosques were completely destroyed in Gaza last summer, according to the Palestinian rights group Al-Haq. Read more about Israel used "disappearance" of soldier as pretext for killing spree -- rights group
In a case criticized as highly prejudicial, the PA and PLO are found liable for terrorism and ordered to pay $655.5 million. Read more about New York jury finds Palestinian Authority liable for “terrorism”
Report shows that there was no rocket fire at Israel before Israel attacked Gaza and the West Bank. Read more about ICC receives report debunking Israel’s “self-defense” claims for Gaza attack
Canada is shifting far away from a growing consensus on Israeli aggression and Palestinian rights. Read more about Canada's blank check for Israel
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