83 organizations from around the world have demanded the relevant UN authorities to apply pressure on Israel to release the body of Ahmed Erekat, who was killed by Israeli forces on June 23, along with the bodies of 62 other Palestinians which are currently in Israeli custody
Apoorva Gautam, South Asia Coordinator of the Boycott, Divestments, and Sanctions (BDS) movement, talks about the list and its implications.
The ceasefire was agreed upon after two days of the Israeli offensive killed 34 Palestinians, including eight children and three women.
The UK sold arms worth USD 18 million from March 30, 2018 till the end of the year, according to a report by Campaign Against Arms Trade
In this episode, we report on the police repression in South Africa, detention of activists in India and the war crimes by Israeli occupation forces in Palestine.
The report details how companies like Airbnb, TripAdvisor, etc are disregarding human rights and international law by ‘legitimizing’ illegal Israeli settlements for profit
A recent report by the 7amleh center chronicles the impact of Israel’s stranglehold over the ICT sector, which has affected Palestinians’ economic development, and led to massive surveillance of Palestinians
At least 900 wounded people are being treated by MSF doctors even as there is a massive shortage of equipment due to the Israeli blockade
We discuss the nature of Israel’s military occupation of Palestine and how it is sustained by its ties with regimes in the global south.
Imen from the French chapter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement joined Peoples Dispatch for a discussion on how her organization is contributing to the larger struggle against Israeli apartheid.
Senators Ben Cardin (Democrat) Rob Portman (Republican) tried to include the bill that penalizes companies and organizations that boycott Israel in a larger omnibus spending bill to avert a government shutdown
Most of those killed were agitating peacefully on the Gaza border during the Great March of Return protests. The report also listed cases of children as young as four years old being subject to brutal interrogation in Israeli prisons