Army enters homes in middle of the night to collect data on residents. Read more about Israeli soldiers ordered to "map entire Palestinian civilian population"
The Israeli military intelligence agency tells Haaretz that it is working against left-wing and BDS groups around the world. Read more about Israel reveals "delegitimization department" to spy on boycott activists
London-based right of return lobby seeks compensation and apology after Israel’s UN mission slandered it as “terrorist.” Read more about Palestinian Return Centre sues Israel for defamation
Academic institutions’ collusion with Shin Bet will likely bolster calls for boycott. Read more about Israeli universities help Shin Bet torturers recruit students
Fact checkers at PolitiFact refuse to issue correction to erroneous report denying Israel’s role in training Baltimore police. Read more about PolitiFact denies Israeli ties to Baltimore police despite evidence
Writer set a fine example for Druze community by refusing to serve in Israeli military. Read more about "Resistance" poet Samih al-Qasim dies at 75
Hundreds of Palestinians in Israel have been detained this month. Read more about Israel arrests activist for hosting Skype chat with resistance icon Leila Khaled
Government lied to victims’ families and the world after three Israeli teens went missing in the occupied West Bank. Read more about Netanyahu government knew teens were dead as it whipped up racist frenzy
Hunger strikers “are doing this for us, the Palestinian people,” says the son of a prisoner in an Israeli jail. Israel is planning to begin force-feeding hunger strikers. Read more about Israel preparing for "industrial-scale" torture of Palestinian hunger strikers
Despite Israel’s bluster, it remains closely allied with the Palestinian Authority, on which it relies to maintain control of millions of Palestinians. Read more about Why are US lawmakers more enraged over Hamas-Abbas deal than AIPAC?
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