New Internationalist

Palestine

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Israel: ‘not an occupier’

The Israeli Levy Committee finds that settlements in the West Bank are legal. Noreen Sadik examines its flaws.

Filed in: Israel Palestine

Suffer little children: five years of Gaza's blockade

In the month of the fifth anniversary of the land, sea and air siege of Palestinians, a report reveals it’s children who are most affected.

Filed in: Children Health Human Rights Israel Palestine

Ex-Israeli soldier intent on Palestinian citizenship

A former Israeli military programmer, fed up with Israel’s human rights violations in Palestine, is trying to renounce his Israeli nationality, reports Nick Harvey.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine

Palestine Place occupies London

It’s more than just a squat, it’s a centre for real change whose impact will be felt for years to come, says Frank Barat.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine

Why American Jews are falling out of love with Israel

Outspoken scholar Norman Finkelstein speaks to Hazel Healy about his latest book Knowing Too Much.

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‘Israel's gone way beyond apartheid’

Frank Barat interviews Jeff Halper, long-time Israeli activist, on the demolition of homes and how to describe the situation in Palestine.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine

Banning the ‘flytilla’: an own goal for airlines

As several airlines bow to Israeli pressure to cancel flights of pro-Palestine activists, Felicity Arbuthnot writes an open letter to the CEO of Lufthansa.

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Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes ‘a most heinous practice’

So why do foreign governments continue to turn a blind eye? wonders Noreen Sadik.

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Palestinians still imprisoned without charge

Khader Adnan has ended his 66-day hunger strike and will be released on April 17. But hundreds more Palestinians are still being held.

Filed in: Human Rights Israel Palestine Prisons

What is the point of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine?

It’s not a court; it has no legal status. Yet, argues Frank Barat, the Russell Tribunal is a powerful tool for recognition and to internationalize the Palestinian struggle.

Filed in: Israel Middle East Palestine

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