Itamar Ben Gvir
Palestinian protester killed Israeli forces kill one Palestinian protester and injure several others near Gaza border

The protest was organized to oppose Israeli atrocities in the occupied territories, the mistreatment of Palestinian prisoners, and the 17-year long blockade of Gaza

Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike (2) Over 1,000 Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike against increased violence by Israeli prison authorities 

Nine Palestinian administrative detainees are on a separate indefinite hunger strike to demand their release and better treatment of fellow prisoners

Ben-Gvir wants revocation of parliamentary membership of Arab party leader 

Representatives of Palestinian citizens of Israel in the Israeli parliament, the Knesset, often face isolation and threats of expulsion for standing with their fellow Palestinians in the occupied territories

Palestinian administrative detainees Israel cancels early release policy for Palestinian administrative detainees

Over 1,000 Palestinians are currently being held under Israel’s administrative detention policy without charge or trial

Palestinian prisoners in Israel Israeli authorities are trying to kill Walid Daqqa inside prison, claim Palestinians 

Walid Daqqa has been inside an Israeli prison since 1986. The 61-year-old needs intensive medical care after being diagnosed with bone marrow cancer last year and suffering a blood clot-induced stroke this year in February

Palestinian Prisoners Day On Prisoner’s Day, Palestinians stand in solidarity with their 5,000 comrades in Israeli occupation jails  

Over 1,000 of the nearly 5,000 Palestinian prisoners are administrative detainees who are in Israeli jails without charge or trial. Among them is Khader Adnan, who just completed 71 days of indefinite hunger strike against his wrongful detention inside Israel’s Ramla prison and is facing severe health issues.

New security force approved in Israel Israeli cabinet approves controversial plan for a new security force

The approval comes even as existing Israeli security forces continue their killing spree against Palestinians with two more killed in the occupied territories over the weekend

Israel National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir The people of Palestine will pay the price for the delay of Netanyahu’s judicial reforms

Prime Minister Netanyahu avoided a split in his ultra right-wing ruling coalition after halting his government’s so-called judicial reforms by agreeing to create a militia that is expected to be used against Palestinians

Israel protests against judicial reforms Judicial reforms in Israel delayed amid massive protests

Palestinian activists and organizations have questioned what kind of democracy Israeli protesters were defending, especially as over 70 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces this year with little pushback from Israeli citizens

Palestinian resistance hunger strike Freedom or martyrdom: Palestinian prisoners to launch hunger strike against Israeli repression 

The hunger strike set to begin on March 22 is part of broader resistance efforts by Palestinian prisoners, including ongoing civil disobedience, against the Israel’s inhumane punitive measures

The flag of Israel Israeli parliament passes first reading of amendments to 2005 Disengagement law

The proposed law will allow illegal settlers to rebuild and re-occupy settlements in the occupied West Bank dismantled in 2005 as a part of Israel’s so-called unilateral Disengagement plan

Palestinian prisoners civil disobedience Palestinian prisoners complete 20 days of civil disobedience against Israeli jail authorities

The prisoners’ agitation started in response to recent punitive measures introduced by the extremist government in Israel, and is expected to escalate in the coming days into a mass indefinite hunger strike