Two Palestinian teenagers were gunned down by Israeli snipers in May 2014. Read more about US congresswoman calls for sanctions on Israeli unit behind killing of teens
Siam Nuwara “cannot live while the soldier who murdered my son is free to frolic around the beach in Tel Aviv.” Read more about Bereaved Palestinian father fights for justice in US
Israel denied Palestinian photojournalist access to Jerusalem for medical treatment after he was shot in the eye while covering a protest. Read more about Israel shoots journalist in the face
A new book tells the history of an ethnically cleansed Palestinian village. Read more about Forced to leave grapes on the vine: the open wounds of May 1948
Israel is using lethal force as a matter of policy. Read more about Will Israelis filmed killing Palestinian teens on Nakba Day get away with murder?
Palestinian homes will be opened to visitors, revealing the city’s “silenced memory and history, its destruction and erasure.” Read more about Jaffa's Palestinian heritage celebrated in Nakba Day open houses
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?
Palestinian children were regular targets of Israel’s systematic violence throughout 2014. Read more about "No respite" from Israeli violence against Palestinian children, says human rights group
Muhammad Abu al-Thahir hoped to be a journalist and tell the world about the occupation until an Israeli sniper’s bullet ended his dream. Read more about “Here lies my brother”: Short video recalls life of murdered Palestinian teen
New security camera footage captures the moment a Palestinian teen was shot by Israeli soldiers during Nakba Day protest. Read more about “I felt something hot inside”: Palestinian teen describes Nakba Day shooting by Israeli soldiers
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