The occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip are Israeli weapons manufacturers’ laboratories, and Palestinians are their subjects. Read more about The cruel experiments of Israel's arms industry
America’s law enforcement authorities are interested in buying Israel’s skunk water. Read more about Will Israel's "whiff from hell" weapon be used to crush US protests?
A video of Tristan Anderson played in court showed that contrary to Israeli claims, the American activist was severely injured by a high-velocity tear gas canister. Read more about Israeli evidence backfires in compensation case for injured US activist
Saeed Amireh tells The Electronic Intifada about Nilin village’s decade of struggle against Israel’s wall and where the movement must go next. Read more about The future of Palestine's grassroots struggle: Nilin activist Saeed Amireh interviewed
A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine. Read more about Month in Pictures: June 2012
Activists in Pennsylvania hold a protest outside the headquarters of Combined Systems, Inc., the company that manufactures lethal tear gas canisters used against people from Palestine to Oakland. Adalah-NY has a full-length report on CSI and its domestic and international contracts. Read more about MLK Day protest at weapons manufacturing company
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
Lucas Koerner, the young American Jewish university student shown violently arrested in a Jerusalem Day video, speaks to The Electronic Intifada about his activism and what happened after his arrest. Read more about US citizen in Jerusalem arrest video speaks to EI