Three men banned over their role in Shefa Amr strike finally return home. Read more about Community which confronted Israeli killer suffered years of harassment
Shefa Amr massacre
Judge effectively rubber-stamps request from state. Read more about Jailing of Palestinians who tackled Israeli killer shows courts serve apartheid
Eden Natan Zada had murdered four Palestinians by the time he was confronted by locals in Shefa Amr, yet those accused of killing him could be jailed for many years. Read more about Why do survivors of massacre by Israeli soldier face imprisonment?
The decision to prosecute 12 Israeli Arabs over what the local media have described as the “lynching” of an Israeli soldier on a bus shortly after he shot dead the driver and three passengers has been greeted with outrage from the country’s Arab minority. The inhabitants of Shefa’amr, one of the largest Arab towns in the Galilee region and the location of the attack, are expected to stage a one-day strike today in protest against the indictments. Jonathan Cook reports from Nazareth. Read more about Palestinians in Israel protest indictments over attacker's death
Imagine the following scenario. A Palestinian gunman boards a bus inside Israel and rides it to the city of Netanya. Close to the end of the line, he walks over to the driver, levels his automatic rifle against the man’s head and pumps him with bullets. He turns and empties the rest of the magazine — one of 14 in his backpack — into the passenger behind the driver and two young women sitting across the gangway. As bystanders in the street outside look on in horror, our gunman then reloads his weapon and sprays the bus with yet more fire, injuring 20 people. Read more about How Israel’s Jewish terrorist became a victim