Young man shot and killed by soldiers during Nablus raid. Read more about Israeli army shuts down prominent Palestinian rights groups
Ruling issued by UK-born judge who lives in West Bank settlement. Read more about Israeli court approves mass forced transfer of Palestinians
Calling the dead “ ‘terrorists’ doesn’t change the rules,” says Human Rights Watch director. Read more about "50 Hamas members" claim does not justify Gaza massacre
Legal challenge brings first broad review of military’s open fire regulations in decades. Read more about Fifty killed in Gaza. Zero Israelis injured.
Shawan Jabarin, director of human rights group Al-Haq, is to be allowed to travel to Geneva for a meeting with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression, for the first time since Israel imposed a travel ban on him six years ago. Read more about Despite arbitrary travel ban, Israel to permit Palestinian human rights defender to meet UN expert in Geneva
A civil suit filed by the family of Tristan Anderson, a US activist seriously injured by the Israeli army during a protest, has been delayed due to the revelation of new material evidence. Read more about Tristan Anderson civil suit delayed as new evidence emerges
The new, high-quality anthology Threat: Palestinian Political Prisoners in Israel focuses on different aspects of Israel’s system of political prisons. Read more about New book exposes brutal treatment of Palestinian prisoners
Documentation obtained by The Electronic Intifada confirm that HeidelbergCement and Cemex, two building materials industries from Germany and Mexico, respectively, are involved in the operation of quarries in the occupied West Bank. Read more about Multinational companies mining occupied Palestinian land