Israeli defense minister to rule on Hebron-area community’s fate in two weeks. Read more about Susiya village on brink of destruction by Israel
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Journalists are being forbidden from quoting a document that proves Israel kills by remote control. Read more about Why has Israel censored reporting on drones?
Israeli revenge demolitions resume after court lifts pause. Read more about Israel aims to "save souls" by making Palestinians homeless
Israeli army kills three men in Hebron, two children in Gaza. Read more about Palestinian forced to compensate Israeli soldier
Palestinians locked in coackroach-infested, grave-like cells and fed rotten food at Israeli torture center. Read more about PA collaborates with Israel's torture agency
Israel may be preparing for the death of Muhammad al-Qiq. Read more about Deadline passes in negotiation to save hunger striker
B’Tselem says Israel is holding Muhammad al-Qiq with no lawful authority and must release him immediately. Read more about Israel bars family from visiting gravely ill hunger striker
Tuesday hearing likely marked a last chance for Muhammad al-Qiq, who is now too weak to receive visitors. Read more about Israeli court's decision may be death sentence for hunger striker
Muhammad al-Qiq refuses transfer to Jerusalem hospital, and will continue his strike until he is freed. Read more about Israeli court refuses to let dying hunger striker go
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"