Israeli apartheid
Islah Jad Interview “The killing of a Palestinian is a daily act”

Islah Jad, a women’s rights activist and lecturer at Birzeit University, speaks about the state of the health system in Palestine and why organizations working for the Palestinian people are being targeted by Israel

Israeli raids in Jenin Israel carries out mass arrests of Palestinians inside occupied West Bank, 17-year-old boy killed in Jenin

The Occupied West Bank is governed by Israeli military law which gives the occupation forces complete judicial, executive and legislative rights over nearly three million Palestinians

Riyad Mansour Palestine UN At UNSC meeting, Israel’s atrocities under the scanner

The Palestinian envoy recently announced a renewed effort to gain full UN membership following UN Security Council discussions on conditions in the occupied Palestinian territories and the political process

Daily Round-Up | South Africa urges action on Israeli occupation

In this episode, we bring you stories of South Africa taking a stand on Israeli occupation of Palestine, the Colombian senate approving a landmark treaty, flooding in Pakistan, and protests in Italy

Israeli Supreme Court upholds law to revoke citizenship for those who commit a “breach of loyalty”

Some predict that the decision, which declares that it is legal for the government to revoke citizenship for a “breach of loyalty,” will be applied exclusively to Palestinian citizens of Israel

Daily Round-up | Seven-party alliance declares Lula as presidential candidate in Brazil & more

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from the presidential election in Brazil, a probe in the UK on the treatment of migrants, Israel’s revocation of citizenship for terrorism convicts, and the conclusions of the Astana summit

Daily Round-up | Rights groups criticize Biden’s visit to West Asia and other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories from Joe Biden’s visit of West Asia, the rise in violence in Haiti, a deal to export grain from Ukraine, and a report on the impact of war on children

“Insulting to Shireen’s memory”: Palestinians respond to US probe into Shireen Abu Akleh’s killing

The US report on the killing of the Palestinian-American journalist appears to dilute the clear responsibility of Israeli forces

Unilever sells Ben and Jerry’s Israeli business, allowing for operation in illegal settlements

After a year of backlash, legal challenges, and Zionist lobbying, Ben and Jerry’s products will return to illegal settlements, in direct contradiction of the company’s will

Gaza blockade: How many more people have to die?

Rania Khalek of BreakThrough News talks about the 15-year-long blockade of Gaza by Israel and Egypt and the role of the international community in continuing this brutal siege

Israeli Knesset dissolved Israel’s ruling coalition decides to dissolve parliament, call for fresh elections 

The dissolution of the Knesset will lead to automatic extension of the controversial settlers’ law for next six months. The government had failed to get approval for its extension earlier this month

Israel’s illegal occupation and blockade of Gaza, 15 years on

Since 2007, Israel has cemented a blockade of Gaza in an act of illegal collective punishment. The blockade and accompanying military offensives have killed thousands of Palestinians, and devastated social and economic life in the enclave.