Israel denies equal treatment to members of its own parliament. Read more about Why Palestinian prisoners have the right to cell phones
Irish activists called on to pressure party to respect boycott call. Read more about Palestinians urge Sinn Féin to end Likud meetings
Israel’s new defense minister has previously urged a “thorough cleansing” in Gaza. Read more about Will Lieberman order a new attack on Gaza?
Father Gabriel Naddaf has been a divisive figure who Palestinians say is helping Israel stoke Christian-Muslim tensions. Read more about Palestinian priest accused of harassing men he helped recruit for Israel
Europe’s attitude to refugees is being compared to Israel’s policies on “security” by senior diplomats. Read more about Israeli leaders delight in Europe's cruelty toward refugees
Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, has approved a new bill designed to increase the suffering of Palestinian prisoners. Read more about Human Rights Watch denounces Israeli move to force-feed hunger strikers
Israel attacked Syrian refugees near the occupied Golan Heights at a time when it is trying to foster ties with dubious elements of the Syrian opposition. Read more about Israeli army incursion into Syria hits refugee camp
Palestinian lawmaker Basel Ghattas is among the activists taking part in the Freedom Flotilla III. Read more about Swedish boat sets sail in bid to break Gaza blockade
In Israel it is common to attack dissenting organizations as foreign-funded, yet a look the funding of the Israeli right reveals an apparatus likely unsustainable without US donors. Read more about Who's really funding the Israeli right?
Right-wing politician Yinon Magal has previously likened Israei opponents of the occupation to bacteria. Read more about New bill would ban boycott advocates from entering Israel
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