Occupied Palestinian territories
Indian trade unions stand with Palestine, reject “export deal” to replace Palestinian workers in Israel

India’s Central Trade Union Organizations, representing approximately 100 million workers, have strongly condemned reported talks between New Delhi and Israel that could see the “export” of up to 100,000 Indian workers to replace Palestinian workers

Palestinian administrative detainees launch solidarity hunger strike amid concerns over health of Kayed al-Fasfous

Concerns have grown as Kayed al-Fasfous continues an over 60-day hunger strike in protest of his unjust and inhumane detention

Gazan fishermen harassed by Israel Gazan fishermen in dire straits amid attacks from Israeli forces and border closing

Gaza has been under a comprehensive land, sea and air blockade imposed by Israel since 2006, which has destroyed its economy and forced its over 2.3 million people to live in miserable conditions

Palestinian deaths UNSC 2023 is already the deadliest year on record for Palestinians in occupied West Bank, says UN envoy

The UN’s Middle East envoy, Tor Wennesland, said over 200 Palestinians have been killed in the Occupied West Bank this year. He blamed “unilateral acts” by Israel, including increased settlement expansion, demolition of Palestinian homes and other structures, and settler violence

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

Israeli Homesh outpost in West Bank Israel starts resettling former illegal outpost of Homesh in occupied West Bank

Earlier this year, the Israeli Knesset approved a bill that legalized Homesh along with three other illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank—namely, Sa-Nur, Ganim, and Kadim—which had been evacuated in 2005

WFP food aid cut in Palestine WFP expected to cut food aid to Palestine due to lack of funding 

The UN agency estimates that US$ 51 million is needed to continue its operations in Palestine until the end of this year

PayPal discrimination against Palestinians Several US Congress members sign letter criticizing Paypal for discriminating against Palestinians

The letter addressed to Paypal CEO Dan Schulman claimed that the company was discriminating against Palestinians by banning them from using its services, while allowing illegal Israeli settlers in the West Bank to use their digital payments platform

Israeli bombing of Gaza Israeli airstrikes in Gaza kill 13, including 4 children

Tuesday’s airstrikes come just days after an earlier round of Israeli bombing in Gaza in the aftermath of the death of Palestinian administrative detainee Khader Adnan, who had been on hunger strike for close to 90 days

Israel demolishes EU-funded school in Palestine Israel demolishes EU-funded school in West Bank, draws criticism

EU funds had been used in the construction of the Jubbet Adh Dhib school in the Bayt Ta’mar village, east of the city of Bethlehem, which was demolished on Sunday despite a pending court appeal

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

Israeli settler violence in Nablus, Palestine Israeli settlers attack Palestinian towns in West Bank, at least one dead and hundreds injured  

More than 65 Palestinians, including 13 children, have been killed by Israeli forces in the first 59 days of this year in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem