Palestinian lawyer and activist Diana Buttu talks about what the Israeli administration may have in mind about implementing the annexation plans, the impact of this on the two-state theory, the future of Palestinian Authority, and more.
The airstrikes conducted in the late hours of Sunday claimed to target Hamas sites, but Palestinian media reported that the airstrikes hit an agricultural plot of land east of Gaza
Protesters gathered in major West Bank cities of Ramallah, Jericho and Bethlehem, as well as in Gaza city in Gaza, to put forth a united Palestinian front against Israel’s illegal, unilateral actions
People across the world have expressed solidarity with Palestinians against the Annexation Plan and Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ as moves that would further erode Palestinians historic rights
In a series of tweets that also critiqued the silence of the British political class on the issue, Black Lives Matter UK declared that it loudly and clearly stood “beside our Palestinian comrades. FREE PALESTINE”
Two recent UN reports reveal the extent to which the Israeli regime has intensified systematic violence against Palestinians while it pushes forward with the ‘Annexation Plan’
The Arab Joint List, the third largest political bloc in the Israeli parliament, has sought international intervention to stop the proposed annexation of large parts of West Bank territory by the Israeli government under prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu
On July 1, Israel is set to begin the annexation of as much as 30% of the West Bank. This move violates multiple international laws and treaties and has been met with widespread protests.
UN experts, in a joint statement on June 16, said the controversial Israeli plan to annex the Jordan valley and the illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank is illegal and would be a grave violation of the human rights of Palestinians
The Judea and Samaria law of 2017, named after the Hebrew names of occupied West Bank territory, would have given legal status to close to 4,000 Jewish settler homes in the occupied West Bank
A French court had convicted 11 BDS activists for ‘incitement to economic discrimination’ after they organized a boycott protest against Israel outside a supermarket in France during the Israeli invasion of Gaza in 2009-10
Several Palestinians suffered injuries as Israeli security forces attempted to violently suppress the protests using rubber bullets and tear gas canisters