We also report on the issue of wage hike raised by South African security guard unions.
According to the Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT), the British government had approved the sale of weapons and military equipment worth USD 17.8 million to Israel in 2018.
In this episode, we look at the killing of three Palestinians by Israeli forces, the symbolic funeral of the Okjokull glacier in Iceland and the feminist protest in Mexico against gender-based violence.
Nabd Youth Forum takes a look into the deal, its ramifications on the everyday lives of Palestinians and what it means for the future of Palestinian cause.
The protesters are demanding the right to return to their homeland from which they were expelled by Israeli militias in 1948.
Professor Haidar Eid of the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel talks about the resistance on the ground against Israel’s attempts to create an open-air prison in Gaza, the trajectory of the Great March of Return and the way ahead for the Palestinian resistance.
The Likud party-led coalition may now have a free hand in executing its election promises, including annexing parts or whole of the West Bank
We spoke to protesters, medical personnel and member of the March committee of women regarding the movement for the right to return of Palestinians and the response by Israeli occupation forces.
The recent military flare-up by Israel comes a few weeks before the crucial general elections in April
Israel claimed that the airstrikes were in response to two rockets that were fired at Tel Aviv. However, Israeli intelligence itself claimed that the rockets fired on Gaza were as a result of a maintenance error
Strikes follow the killing of 23-year-old Palestinian in Friday Great Return March protests
The UN’s independent international commission of inquiry found that IDF snipers intentionally targeted and killed unarmed civilians. One of the largest massacres took place on May 14, when around 60 people were killed and more than 1,100 injured by Israeli forces.