Hundreds of academics urge International Network of Genocide Scholars not to hold conference in Jerusalem. Read more about UN genocide official warned not to be complicit in Israel's crimes
Randi Weingarten, president of 1.5 million-strong teachers union, leads Israel propaganda tours and promotes J Street’s anti-Palestinian agenda. Read more about Why is the American Federation of Teachers promoting Israeli apartheid?
The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister prevented the International Criminal Court from going forward with a requested prosecution of Israel. Read more about Palestinian Authority foils new Gaza war crimes probe
The statement came as the death toll from Israel’s three weeks of bombing reached 1,088 on the first day of a somber Eid al-Fitr. Read more about Israeli attacks designed to “terrorize” Gaza population, international law experts say
Israel is a state that practices capital punishment in an arbitrary and capricious manner without a trial, says Professor John Dugard at UN meeting in Geneva. Read more about Israel has murdered more political opponents than apartheid South Africa judicially executed
The jury of the third session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine, taking place in Cape Town this week, will hear from individuals who experienced South African apartheid, fought against it and won. Read more about Not judges, but witnesses: the third Russell Tribunal on Palestine begins
Swiss artist Brenar warns in his painting “Work in Progress” of right wing extremism and intolerance of different, unique opinions. Read more about Swiss artist Brenar warns of intolerance of dissent
The Reut Institute, a Zionist think tank with close ties to the Israeli government and military establishment, predicts Israel’s new anti-boycott law may backfire. Read more about Reut Institute: Israeli Boycott law may backfire