Fourth time in seven years that Britain has intervened to protect Tzipi Livni. Read more about UK thwarts war crimes probe of former Israeli minister
Officials contradict media account of conversation between Foreign Minister Margot Wallström and Israel’s Tzipi Livni. Read more about Sweden denies Israeli claim that it opposes BDS
Palestine activists put up posters designed to look like real advertisements condemning Israel’s rights violations. Read more about Israeli fury at unofficial ads on London Underground
“Performing or not performing in Israel forces a choice between taking the side of the oppressor or the oppressed.” Read more about Video: "I support the cultural boycott of Israel"
Newsnight’s Evan Davis ignores the occupation while interviewing prominent Israelis. Read more about Well-known BBC presenter hints Israel may be underdog
Comments by former director of B’Tselem USA suggest the organization worked to aid Israel’s official hasbara, or propaganda, efforts. Read more about Has human rights group B'Tselem ended its role in Israel's propaganda?
The former head of the Israeli military Shaul Mofaz was allowed to speak in the British parliament on Monday despite calls from Palestinians and their allies for his immediate arrest due to alleged responsibility for war crimes. Read more about War crimes suspect Shaul Mofaz evades arrest at UK parliament
Draft Security Council resolution would undercut refugee rights. Read more about France launches new UN effort to undermine Palestinian rights
Analysis of the Israeli election results. Read more about Video: Ali Abunimah and Paul Jay on Israel's election
Netanyahu is like the “Nutrition Facts” label on a box of junk food: it tells you about the toxic ingredients inside. Read more about Why I'm relieved Netanyahu won