Israeli occupation tests the arms produced by its factories on the Palestinian in Gaza in order to prove they are effective and lethal.
The US, which is the enemy of justice, imposed punitive measures on the oppressed Palestinians in order to please the Zionists. Will this push the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to stand beside them?
More than a month has passed since the last significant exchange of fire between the Israeli military and Palestinian factions in the occupied Gaza Strip.
In a radio interview this week, one of the ministers of the right-wing Likud party said, “the two-state solution is dead”. This is the latest of a slew of Israeli statements related surrounding the revival of the so-called Confederacy solution with Jordan.
In their latest attempt to strip Palestinians of their fundamental right to freedom of expression, Israel seeks to make illegal the raising of the Palestinian flag in occupied Palestine –punishable by up to one-year imprisonment.
Israeli military advocate claimed that investigations carried out into killing between 135 and 200 Palestinian citizens in three hours 2014 in Gaza did not find any criminal wrongdoings –an outcome came against all international rights groups’ findings.
There’s perhaps no greater barometer to measure the lengths to which Israel will go to defame, attack and sabotage the global movement for Palestinian rights than its attitude towards BDS.
Nobody takes the UN seriously anymore. It has bred an array of detractors from across the entire political spectrum while continuing to function as an organisation that facilitates the continuation of violence.
Israeli occupation state is the first country to use the US-made F-35 fighter jets to kill people –two innocent Palestinian children in Gaza Strip.
As a Palestinian whose father was displaced from Al-Ramla, I consider taking part in the Great March of Return a duty. As a journalist, regardless of the dangers, reporting on Israeli violations is my job.
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