Newspaper of record rejects correcting its conflation of Israeli military and civilian deaths. Read more about New York Times lets Israel do its "fact checking"
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Obviously distraught, al-Shalaldeh stands up, with the chair attached to her and shouts at the soldiers, “Get away from me, I want to go to my house,” and begins to cry. Read more about Video: After taking son, Israeli occupation forces humiliate, arrest mother who challenges them
The West Bank village of Awarta has been subject to siege for 18 months after the murders of a family in a nearby settlement, even though the killers have been arrested and confessed to the crime. Read more about Israeli forces put knife to throat of father of teen who confessed to settlement killings
Palestinian prisoner Muhammad Brash suffers severe disabilities due to injuries. His story – and moving words – case heartbreaking light on the medical neglect of prisoners in Israeli jails. Read more about 'Don't tell my mother that I am blind': Muhammad Brash grasps for light in the darkness of Israeli jail
The author writes this article while sitting in the darkness during the a Gaza power cut and, with the inspiration of Mahmoud Darwish’s words, remembers the Palestinian political detainees, especially Dirar Abu Sisi and Mahmoud Sarsak. Read more about Think of Others: In Gaza's darkness, Mahmoud Darwish's words provide inspiration
Yesterday marked Deported Palestinians’ Day, commemorating the anniversary of the siege of the Church of the Nativity 10 years ago. Read more about "I have never lived a settled life": Church of the Nativity deportees mark 10 years of exile
A 66-year-old hunger striker at Gaza’s sit-in tent used to have three children; two of them were killed and one is locked behind Israel’s bars. Read more about Elderly Gaza man on hunger strike in solidarity with "only son left"
Last Monday the Israeli occupation forces attempted to arrest 2-year-old Mo’men Shtayeh from his village of Kufr Qaddoum. The soldiers claimed that Mo’men was using a slingshot to fire rocks at them. Read more about Israeli forces attempt to arrest 2-year-old Palestinian child
I write here about my friend Allam Ka’by, one of those released in last year’s prisoner swap deal. Valentine’s Day marks his unity with the woman of his life after over 10 years of separation. Here, you’ll read their inspiring story of love and struggle. Read more about On Valentine's Day, a celebration of love and struggle
An administrative detainee, Khader Adnan, refuses to break his hunger strike that is continuing since December, 17 in protest for the unjust system of administrative detention that he and hundreds of his fellows behind Israeli bars are serving. Read more about A detainee at Risk: Ongoing Hunger Strike Since December 17