Children’s rights systematically abused in both Israel’s civilian and military court systems.
Palestinians welcome vote by 30,000-strong United Electrical workers to endorse BDS.
Benjamin Netanyahu was wrong to claim that Israel has no public squares named after killers of civilians.
“Tel Aviv’s luxury restaurants, hipster bars and hi-tech companies are home to the pilots setting Gaza ablaze,” protesters say.
Attempted abduction of child foiled in West Bank village of Nabi Saleh.
Jorge Ramos has been accused of blurring the distinction between journalism and activism; so have I.
But French multinational has left behind lasting damage to Palestinians.
Move follows top official’s admission she was deleting emails related to the case.
Israel lobby group alarmed by growth in coalition-building on campuses.
The Israeli military intelligence agency tells Haaretz that it is working against left-wing and BDS groups around the world.
New album by Haidar Eid reflections on emotions under blockade, Israeli attacks and apartheid.
Widow of Palestinian commander offers an insider’s view of a turbulent time.
“The rubble from our house is still there,” says Gaza-based writer, editor and educator Refaat Alareer.
Forty-one executive officers at the University of Illinois are calling for fired professor’s reinstatement.
Two Palestinian teenagers were gunned down by Israeli snipers in May 2014.
More than 100 detainees were forced to sit alongside each other, wearing only their underwear.
Meanwhile, what is behind the game of musical chairs Mahmoud Abbas is playing in Ramallah?
Hebrew University of Jerusalem may have given misleading information when applying for EU grants.
In one recently uncovered plot, a former congressional candidate planned a military-style attack on a Muslims in New York.
Animation aims to draw attention to plight of unrecognized Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, which Israel plans to destroy.
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