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Nizar Banat killing: Palestinian Authority arrests activists at Ramallah protests News Roundup
Middle East Eye

Nizar Banat killing: Palestinian Authority arrests activists at Ramallah protests

Architect Khaldun Bishara, filmmaker Mohammed al-Attar and activist Fadi Quran were among those detained

on August 23, 2021
Rights group: Israeli strikes on Gaza apparently broke law News Roundup
Josef Federman, Associated Press

Rights group: Israeli strikes on Gaza apparently broke law

Israeli airstrikes that demolished four high-rise buildings in the Gaza Strip during the war in May apparently violated international laws of war, a leading international human rights group said Monday, calling on the Israeli military to produce evidence justifying the attacks. Human Rights Watch noted that although no one was harmed in the airstrikes, the attacks damaged neighboring buildings, left dozens of people homeless and destroyed scores of businesses.

on August 23, 2021
53 House Democrats Push Biden Administration to Ensure Israel Lets Aid Enter Gaza News Roundup
Ben Samuels, Haaretz

53 House Democrats Push Biden Administration to Ensure Israel Lets Aid Enter Gaza

Lawmakers urge secretary of state to press for full reopening of border crossings and work to get clear guidance on what goods and materials can be brought into Gaza

on August 19, 2021
Israeli Supreme Court approves the continued hold of Ahmed Erekat’s deceased body News Roundup
Adalah

Israeli Supreme Court approves the continued hold of Ahmed Erekat’s deceased body

In a split decision of 2-to-1, the Court determined that the Israeli military has the authority to hold Palestinian bodies as bargaining chips, even without relying on a Cabinet Decision; Justice Amit, who dissented, ruled that the initial decision to hold Erekat’s body was illegal, and that he was not convinced of the relevance of the secret material presented by military

on August 19, 2021
In Israel, the cold-blooded killing of Palestinians is met with silence Op-Eds & Analysis
Gideon Levy, Middle East Eye

In Israel, the cold-blooded killing of Palestinians is met with silence

Scores of unarmed Palestinians, including children, have been murdered since the end of Israel's May assault. Yet this is now so normal, the Israeli media and army barely mention it

on August 18, 2021
Hebron: Palestinians fight to save the Ibrahimi Mosque News Roundup
Duha Dukeidek, Middle East Eye

Hebron: Palestinians fight to save the Ibrahimi Mosque

A controversial elevator project is said to be an attempt to 'Judaise' the historical Islamic site rather than facilitate special needs access

on August 18, 2021
West Bank: Four Palestinians shot dead during Israeli raid on Jenin camp News Roundup
Middle East Eye

West Bank: Four Palestinians shot dead during Israeli raid on Jenin camp

Palestinian health ministry and witnesses says four killed following Israeli Border Police incursion into refugee camp

on August 16, 2021
Inside Gaza, Capturing the Toll of War News Roundup
Sarah Bahr, The New York Times

Inside Gaza, Capturing the Toll of War

A Times video team spent weeks in the territory after the 11-day war between Israel and Hamas to document the trauma and grief of those caught in the middle.

on August 10, 2021
Israeli Soldiers Kill an 11-year-old Palestinian, and His Brother Still Hears the Shooting News Roundup
Amira Hass, Haaretz

Israeli Soldiers Kill an 11-year-old Palestinian, and His Brother Still Hears the Shooting

Mohammed al-Alaami went shopping with his father and siblings, when ‘insane shooting started,’ as the father described it. He told the children to keep their heads down and drove on

on August 9, 2021