The Palestinian journalist, who has refused food for 74 days to protest his detention without charge by Israel, is at imminent risk of death. Read more about Hunger striker Muhammad al-Qiq in "struggle against death"
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Muhammad al-Qiq, who has been on hunger strike for 72 days, rejects decision. Read more about Israeli court "freezes" dying journalist's detention
Some 1,000 people could be left homeless if Israeli demolitions in Masafer Yatta are not halted. Read more about Biggest Israeli demolition in a decade leaves 100 homeless
In a written statement from his hospital bed Muhammad al-Qiq says he’s “paying the toll of a racist Israeli policy.” Read more about Hunger-striking Palestinian journalist can no longer speak
The law student instigated an uprising and paid his life for it. Read more about Muhannad Halabi: A terrorist to Israel, a hero to his family
Proposed law would make it easier to expel Palestinian Jerusalemites. Read more about Why should Palestinians in Jerusalem be loyal to their occupiers?
Sub Laban family is determined to remain in their Jerusalem home despite intimidation. Read more about Jewish settlers bore into Palestinian children's bedroom
Shortage of classrooms has dire effect on tens of thousands of Palestinian students in the occupied city. Read more about Jerusalem children squeezed out of school by Israeli discrimination
Israel’s cruel treatment of refugees makes it one of the least moral countries in the world. Read more about The ethnic cleansing of Africans in Israel
Lawyers detail torture of suspects in fatal firebombing of Dawabsha family home. Read more about Video: Israeli youths dance, stab picture of murdered Palestinian baby