John Ware will present new Panorama “terror” episode attacking Muslims. Read more about Planned BBC smear on UK Palestinians will rely on Israeli spy source
Labour activist Audrey White was smeared by the paper. Read more about Jewish Chronicle to pay damages over anti-Semitism libel
Regulator slams pro-Israel paper’s failure to cooperate as “unacceptable.” Read more about Jewish Chronicle lied in reports on "Labour anti-Semitism"
Anti-Corbyn smear falsely targeted Interpal as “terrorist.” Read more about Jewish Chronicle pays libel damages to Palestine charity
Despite movement and access restrictions on humanitarian staff and supplies, and obstacles to the transfer of funds into Gaza, the number of Islamic organizations working with the vulnerable in Gaza is actually increasing. Read more about Islamic aid to Gaza grows, despite restrictions
Record-breaking actor Emma Thompson revealed today why she is helping to make political history by supporting Britain’s first broad-based alliance for a just peace in the Middle East. Ms Thompson earned her Oscars for best actress in Howard’s End and for best-adapted screenplay for adapting Jane Austen’s novel Sense and Sensibility. The only person ever to have won film Oscars for acting and writing is backing a new historic drive for a just settlement between Israelis and Palestinians. The ENOUGH! coalition, representing over three million people in charities, trade unions, faith and campaign groups has come together to mark this year’s 40th anniversary of the Israeli military occupation of the Gaza Strip and West Bank, including East Jerusalem. Read more about Emma Thompson bids for Palestinian Rights
A British-Muslim delegation under the broad heading ‘United for Lebanon’ returned to London on Saturday, 26 August 2006, following a fact-finding visit to Lebanon. The group, which included Dr Phyllis Starkey MP and which was supported by a diverse group of Muslim organizations and charities, including the Muslim Council of Britain, Al-Khoei Foundation, the Muslim Association of Britain, Interpal, and the British Muslim Forum, looked at the extent of devastation and internal displacement following the recent ceasefire in the region. Read more about British-Muslim delegation returns from Lebanon
The Charity Commission today unfroze the assets of the Palestinian support charity INTERPAL and closed its inquiry. This action was taken after the watchdog received no evidence to verify allegations that the charity has links to Hamas’ political and militant activities. Read more about Charity watchdog closes inquiry into INTERPAL