Israeli forces shot Adham Nidal Amara, 17, during protests marking one year of Great March of Return. Read more about Gaza boy killed by explosive grenade fired at his face
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
Israeli military re-introduces weapon blamed for past killing and severe injury. Read more about Deadly gas projectiles return to West Bank protests
Loay Subuh, blinded at age 9 by phosphorus bomb, wants to be example of steadfastness for others. Read more about US-made weapons prevent Gaza man from seeing his son
Palestinian couple have lost a baby after each of Israel’s recent wars. Read more about Are toxins from Israeli bombs making Gaza babies ill?
“You could see the pain and the horror in the eyes of the people, but you could also see resilience,” says Dr. Haidar Eid about his visit to Khuzaa in eastern Gaza on Wednesday. Read more about Gaza professor describes "most devastating destruction since 1948"
Israel’s siege has prevented Palestinian bomb diffusion experts from obtaining necessary protective wear and robotics equipment to do their important job safely. Read more about Head of Gaza bomb squad killed as 1,000 tons of Israeli munitions remain
Liz Jackson talks about how civil rights groups are challenging the University of California as a climate of fear silences Palestine solidarity activism and Palestinian and Muslim students. Read more about Podcast: University of California's direct role in "disparaging" campus Palestine activists
Health workers have reported finding “abnormal symptoms” among the injured. Read more about Did Israel fire chemical weapons on Gaza last month?
The EU has been eager to nurture both its relationship with Israel and the international market in “security goods.” Read more about German aid to Israel's war machine is an invitation to abuse human rights