42-year-old Osama Mansour was shot in front of his wife while they were leaving an Israeli military checkpoint on their way back home. The soldiers fired on them after asking them to drive away following a search of the vehicle
On Sunday, Palestinian foreign minister Riyad al-Maliki had his travel permit revoked by Israel after he met officials of the International Criminal Court. The chief prosecutor of the ICC had recently announced a probe into war crimes in Palestine
32-year-old Iyad al-Hallaq, a Palestinian man with autism, was shot dead at an Israeli police checkpoint on May 30. The police officer who shot him has been charged with only reckless homicide
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’
Vijay Prashad talks to Prof. Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian on the nature of Israeli settler-colonialism, the killing of Iyad al-Hallaq and the various forms of resistance to occupation.
32-year-old Iyad Hallaq, who was diagnosed with autism, was chased down, shot and killed by border police at an Israeli check point near East Jerusalem. He was left on the ground bleeding and succumbed to his injuries
Israel violated Syrian airspace from the occupied Golan heights to carry out the airstrikes on Adeliyah near Damascus. It claimed that the attacks were in response to rockets fired by Islamic Jihad from Palestine
Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank are considered to be a war crime and are illegal under international law.
While the decision has been welcomed by Palestinians as a step towards justice, Israel has condemned the ICC announcement, calling it ‘anti-Semitic’
Thousands of Palestinians participated in protests across the Israeli occupied West Bank and Gaza on Tuesday, 26 November.
Extremist leaders, who accompanied Jewish settlers who stormed the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, made provocative speeches and tried to perform religious rituals
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.