Tagged: Violence

U.N. Report on Gaza Says Israeli Forces May Have Committed War Crimes News & Analysis
Ruth Eglash, The Washington Post

U.N. Report on Gaza Says Israeli Forces May Have Committed War Crimes

Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and should be held individually and collectively accountable for the deaths of 189 Palestinian protesters in Gaza last year, according to a report published Thursday by the United Nations.

on February 28, 2019
IMEU Video: Netanyahu Parters With Israel’s Extremist Right Videos
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IMEU Video: Netanyahu Parters With Israel’s Extremist Right

Israeli society continues its downward spiral into extremism. Disciples of Meir Kahane, the racist Israeli-American rabbi and militant, may be poised to enter the next Israeli government alongside Benjamin Netanyahu. Kahane founded the Jewish Defense League, an FBI-classified terrorist group that violently attacked Arab-Americans, and called for the forced expulsion of all Palestinians.

on February 26, 2019
Donald Trump’s War on Palestinian Refugees Videos
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Donald Trump’s War on Palestinian Refugees

Ban refugees. Deport immigrants. Cut all food and health aid to Palestinians. This is the shared agenda of Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu. Here’s how the Trump-Netanyahu war on Palestinian refugees is targeting the most vulnerable among us.

on October 16, 2018
The Risk of Being a Journalist in Gaza Photo Essays
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The Risk of Being a Journalist in Gaza

"People were shot in front of my eyes.” Through photos, five Palestinian journalists in Gaza share their personal experiences reporting on the ongoing Great Return March.

on October 8, 2018
Palestine Under Occupation: One Village’s Resistance Video Stories
Direct From: Dena Takruri, AJ+

Palestine Under Occupation: One Village’s Resistance

Night raids, child arrests and open fire. Welcome to daily life in this tiny village in the occupied West Bank, home to Palestinian teen icon Ahed Tamimi.

on October 8, 2018
On Sunday I Will Watch Israel Destroy My Home Op-Eds & Analysis
Eid Khamis, Forward

On Sunday I Will Watch Israel Destroy My Home

As I write these words, I await Israel’s destruction of the only home and community that I have known in my 52 years of life. The 180 residents of my West Bank village, Khan al-Ahmar — men, women and children — will soon be forcibly removed from our land in order to expand Israel’s illegal settlements.

on September 17, 2018
Israel Needs to Loosen its Chokehold on Gaza to Avoid Another War Op-Eds & Analysis
Tareq Baconi, The Washington Post

Israel Needs to Loosen its Chokehold on Gaza to Avoid Another War

On Friday, Israel killed three Palestinians in response to continued protests along the Gaza border fence. Earlier this month, the most intense round of fighting since 2014 erupted after Israel further tightened its blockade, citing the damage wrought by burning kites.

on July 31, 2018
Israel’s New Nation-State Law Enshrines Apartheid Op-Eds & Analysis
Alex Kane, In These Times

Israel’s New Nation-State Law Enshrines Apartheid

While the nation-state law does not apply to Gaza, an isolated enclave that Israel has deliberately cut off from other Palestinians, both the law and the assault share a common culprit: an Israeli government that is violently bent on maintaining a regime of ethnic privilege and separation at the expense of all Palestinians, whether they live in Israel, Jerusalem, the West Bank or Gaza.

on July 27, 2018
Great March of Return: Dreaming of Freedom Video Stories
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Great March of Return: Dreaming of Freedom

The Great March of Return began as Ahmed Abu Artema’s dream - a dream to "fly free like birds” over Israel's militarized fence encaging Gaza. The dream turned into reality when tens of thousands of Palestinian refugees braved sniper fire for the freedom to return to their homes and land Israel banned them from.

on July 17, 2018
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