Calling the dead “ ‘terrorists’ doesn’t change the rules,” says Human Rights Watch director. Read more about "50 Hamas members" claim does not justify Gaza massacre
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Solidarity with Palestinians is strong but it must be converted into effective pressure. Read more about Will South Africa help defeat Israeli apartheid?
“Israel is the only state in the world that can be called an apartheid state,” says Pretoria diplomat. Read more about South African sports minister boycotts Davis Cup matches with Israel
Timid response to killing of Ibrahim Abu Thurayya another worrying sign of pro-Israel bias. Read more about UN goes easy on Israel for killing disabled Palestinian
Firms leave Israel as UN gathers data on settlement profiteers. Read more about UN takes first step to end Israel's impunity
Legislation backed by AIPAC aims to thwart international measures to hold Israel accountable. Read more about New US bill would punish settlement boycotters
High stakes discussion clouded by misinformation and “McCarthyite” environment. Read more about Debating escalation of the war in Syria
Ashraf Fayadh, sentenced to 8 years and 800 lashes, has said he is “scared to be forgotten.” Read more about Artists cast light on Palestinian poet jailed by Saudi Arabia
Human rights groups suspect that a promised anti-torture law will contain major loopholes. Read more about Will Israel really outlaw torture?
“Roof-knocking” warning missiles led to civilian deaths in Gaza. Now US is using them in Iraq. Read more about US adopts lethal Israeli tactic to "protect" civilians
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