Tagged: Settler Violence

Suspected Israeli Killer of Palestinian Woman Can Go Back to Settlement Home, Court Rules News & Analysis
Hagar Shezaf and Netael Bandel, Haaretz

Suspected Israeli Killer of Palestinian Woman Can Go Back to Settlement Home, Court Rules

In 2018, Aisha Rabi was killed by an Israeli settler who targeted her car with large rocks. Now, two years later, Israel is releasing him on house arrest and allowing him back to his home in the occupied West Bank, where the killing took place.

on May 4, 2020
Stone throwing that killed Palestinian mother of 8 recognized as terror attack News & Analysis
Jacob Magid, Times of Israel

Stone throwing that killed Palestinian mother of 8 recognized as terror attack

Almost two years after Aisha Rabi was killed —when a 16-year-old Israeli settler hurled a massive rock at the windshield of her car— Israel is finally admitting the incident should be classified as a terror attack.

on January 13, 2020
2019 Olive Harvest – Interactive Project: Israeli Harm to Palestinian Farmers carried out by Soldier Maps
B'tselem

2019 Olive Harvest – Interactive Project: Israeli Harm to Palestinian Farmers carried out by Soldier

From September through November 2019 B'tselem documented instances of assault, theft, vandalism, threats and holdups that took place in the occupied West Bank against Palestinian farmers and their farmland. Check out this interactive map!

on January 6, 2020
‘This Place Is Only for Jews’: The West Bank’s Apartheid Springs News Roundup
Gideon Levy, Haaretz

‘This Place Is Only for Jews’: The West Bank’s Apartheid Springs

Israeli settlers have taken over dozens of springs in the occupied West Bank, all of them on private Palestinian land, and are keeping the owners away.

on August 30, 2019
Why a Leading Palestinian Activist Isn’t Fixated on a Palestinian State News Roundup
Ishaan Tharoor, The Washington Post

Why a Leading Palestinian Activist Isn’t Fixated on a Palestinian State

"We are not in the time to talk about solutions," said Issa Amro, a leading Palestinian activist who spoke to Today's WorldView while on a visit to Washington this week. "We are in the time to protect ourselves from settlements, from settler violence, from attacks on our cities and villages."

on October 6, 2017
50 Years of Israeli Military Rule: Settlements & Settlers Fact Sheets
IMEU

50 Years of Israeli Military Rule: Settlements & Settlers

Today, there are approximately 650,000 settlers living on occupied Palestinian land in approximately 125 official settlements and more than 100 “outposts,” including approximately 300,000 in East Jerusalem and 350,000 in the rest of the West Bank.

on June 5, 2017
David Friedman, Ambassador for Apartheid Fact Sheets
IMEU

David Friedman, Ambassador for Apartheid

Friedman is a staunch supporter of Israeli settlements built on occupied Palestinian land in violation of international law and nearly 50 years of official US policy. As head of American Friends of Beit El Institutions (AFBEI), Friedman has raised tens of millions of dollars for the hardline, religious-nationalist settlement of Beit El, built on privately-owned Palestinian land.

on March 8, 2017
What Are Israeli Settlements? Videos
IMEU

What Are Israeli Settlements?

Secretary of State John Kerry: "Nearly every country in the world, other than Israel, opposes settlements." But what are Israeli settlements, who are Israeli settlers, and how do they impact Palestinian lives?

on January 4, 2017
Israel Fires Raise Burning Questions About Occupation Op-Eds & Analysis
Amira Hass, Haaretz

Israel Fires Raise Burning Questions About Occupation

Is a fire started intentionally for political, or “nationalist,” motives worth more than an ordinary fire? Will the criteria for government compensation to Israeli citizens whose homes were damaged last week be set based on the source of the flames, creating a hierarchy of reparations and assistance?

on November 28, 2016
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