A Jerusalem museum celebrates the Palestinian poetry which inspired US political prisoner George Jackson. Read more about How the sun of Palestine reached a Black Panther in jail
Detention of Palestinian political leaders
Since the end of the mass hunger strike in the early hours of 15 May, rumors of Israel reneging on the agreement have solidified into facts. Read more about Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strikes continue as Israel violates agreements
The judge heading the panel assessing whether Palestinian civil rights leader Sheikh Raed Salah can be deported from the UK has cast serious doubt on the British government’s case. A final verdict is expected in the next two weeks. Read more about Raed Salah deportation case disintegrates in UK court, but verdict still to follow
A delegation of members of the Palestinian Legislative Council travelled to Switzerland to attend a meeting on parliamentarians under threat. Read more about "Talk to us," says Hamas in rare visit to Europe
As many families celebrate in Gaza and the West Bank, let us remember those Palestinians still being held in Israeli jails. Read more about "I was one day old when my father was jailed"
Palestinian lawmakers in Jerusalem — kidnapped, arrested and threatened with deportation by the Israeli government — denounce the International Committee of the Red Cross for not adequately protecting them. Read more about Red Cross slammed for silence over arrest of Palestinian lawmaker
The Electronic Intifada has obtained email correspondences between Israeli lobbyists and British governmental officials which prove a plot to ban Palestinian political leader Sheikh Raed Salah from the UK. Read more about Revealed: UK government plotted with Israel lobby to ban Salah