Israeli forces have already killed 57 Palestinians including 12 children this year as violence and brutality against Palestinians continues across the occupied West Bank
Thousands of Palestinian refugees from across the world carried out marches and rallies to observe the day their ancestors were forced out of their homes and lands in historic Palestine by Zionist militias in 1948
The evictions will reportedly affect over 1,300 Palestinians in a dozen villages in the area. Some people have stated that that number could be as high as 2,400, making it the largest Israeli expulsion of Palestinians since 1967
Administrative detainee Khalil Awawdeh, one of approximately 650 Palestinians currently in Israeli administrative detention, launched a hunger strike to demand an end to his illegal detention without charge or trial
The action comes just days after the group’s activists targeted the London headquarters Elbit Systems and forced it to remain shut for several hours.
Hammouri is currently being held in illegal administrative detention in Israel based on secret evidence following a violent raid at his home on March 7. The activist had recently challenged the illegal revocation of his Jerusalem residency status by the Israeli interior ministry
As many as 32 Palestinian women prisoners are Damon prison. The protesting activists also demanded that authorities immediately release all prisoners being held under the illegal administrative detention policy
Around 800 Palestinian homes are facing the threat of demolition by the Israeli municipality of Jerusalem which plans to replace them with 500 new illegal settlement units and a shopping mall
Israeli security forces respond with lethal force to Palestinians resisting the daily harassment they face under Israeli occupation. The Israeli forces routinely call this resistance “terrorism” in order to justify the killings
The court also ordered the Palestinians to pay an annual symbolic rent, until the Israeli justice ministry which the court has tasked with resolving the ownership issue reaches a final decision
Organizers of the annual International Public Arts Festival being held in South Africa have dropped Israeli sponsorship for the event following sustained pressure from the South African BDS chapter.
Khitam Saafin, who was arrested in November 2020 and kept in administrative detention for the last 15 months, was sentenced on charges of being the director of a banned organization as well as other related accusations