Nobel Peace Prize winner among those arrested while attempting to break the blockade. Read more about Israel intercepts Women's Boat to Gaza
While Palestinians continue to be robbed of their land, heritage and human rights to atone for Germany’s sins, Germany unreservedly supports Israel. Read more about Why are Palestinians paying for Germany's sins?
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
How two 69-year-old women challenged Israel’s restrictions on Welcome to Palestine protest. Read more about Australian activists put Palestine travel ban on trial
The Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Committee (BNC) announced today a call for an urgent military embargo against Israel, “similar to that imposed against apartheid South Africa in the past.” Read more about Palestinians call for military sanctions on Israel 7 years after ICJ ruling
As the second Gaza Freedom Flotilla, made up of some 10 ships carrying 1,000 activists from 20 countries, gets ready to sail for the besieged Gaza Strip, Israeli authorities are stepping up their threats. Read more about Israel escalates pressure, threats against flotilla