Tagged: Violence

‘All that’s left are their school uniforms’: Israeli air strike kills eight Palestinian relatives News Roundup
Maha Hussaini, Middle East Eye

‘All that’s left are their school uniforms’: Israeli air strike kills eight Palestinian relatives

The Sawarka family members were in bed when the Israeli attack took place after midnight, turning their homes to rubble.

about 5 days ago
Expert Q&A: Israel’s Latest Attack on Gaza
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Expert Q&A: Israel’s Latest Attack on Gaza

Political analyst Tareq Baconi weighs in on the latest attacks on Gaza. Note: Since Tuesday, at least 34 Palestinians have been killed by the Israeli military in Gaza, including at least three women, eight children, and eight members of the Abu Malhous family. More than one hundred others have been injured.

about 5 days ago
Israel killed 222 Gaza protestors since 2018. Only one soldier has been indicted News & Analysis
Eyal Sagiv, +972 Magazine

Israel killed 222 Gaza protestors since 2018. Only one soldier has been indicted

As Othman Hiles began climbing the Gaza fence, an Israeli soldier opened fire and killed the unarmed 14-year-old. The soldier’s sentence? Community service.

about 2 weeks ago
Footage leaked of Israeli officer shooting Palestinian in the back News & Analysis
Oliver Holmes

Footage leaked of Israeli officer shooting Palestinian in the back

Leaked footage shows a Palestinian walking with his hands up as Israeli officers shout and tell him to “Go!” in Arabic. Then 20 seconds later one of the officers shoots him in the back. As he collapses, the officers turn and walk away.

about 2 weeks ago
Israeli Soldier Gets One-Month Sentence Over Killing of Gaza Teenager News Roundup
David Halbfinger, New York Times

Israeli Soldier Gets One-Month Sentence Over Killing of Gaza Teenager

An Israeli soldier shot and killed an unarmed Palestinian teenager in Gaza last year during protests-- a scene captured on a video that went viral. The result of a military investigation into the sniper's actions? A one-month sentence.

about 3 weeks ago
U.S. Police are Being Trained by Israel—And Communities of Color Are Paying the Price News & Analysis
Ilise Benshushan Cohen and Azadeh Shahshahani, The Progressive

U.S. Police are Being Trained by Israel—And Communities of Color Are Paying the Price

For 27 years, police departments in Georgia have received US gov grants to subsidize military trainings with Israeli soldiers. 184 people were shot and killed by police in Georgia since 2010; almost half of them unarmed or shot in the back.

on October 8, 2019
How Israeli doctors enable the Shin Bet’s torture industry Op-Eds & Analysis
Ruchama Marton, +972 Magazine

How Israeli doctors enable the Shin Bet’s torture industry

From approving brutal interrogation techniques to writing false medical reports, "as a doctor and founder of Physicians for Human Rights – Israel, I have always been troubled by how Israeli doctors cooperate with and enable Israel’s torture industry."

on October 8, 2019
Addameer’s lawyer visit hunger strike detainee Hiba Al-Labady News & Analysis
Addameer

Addameer’s lawyer visit hunger strike detainee Hiba Al-Labady

Palestinian prisoner Hiba al-Labady was finally granted access to her lawyer after enduring weeks of interrogation-each session often lasting up 17 hours at a time- in an Israeli prison cell.

on October 7, 2019
Inside Israeli Prisons Infographics
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Inside Israeli Prisons

Samir Arbeed is one of thousands of Palestinians locked up in Israeli prisons. Palestinian prisoners have to endure torture, denial of family visits and inadequate medical care.

on October 3, 2019
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