Tagged: Violence

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
Portland Trail Blazers Announce the Team Has Ended Its Partnership with Military Contractor Leupold News & Analysis

Portland Trail Blazers Announce the Team Has Ended Its Partnership with Military Contractor Leupold

The Portland Trail Blazers just announced they will end their partnership with sniper-scopes manufacturer Leupold & Stevens, which supplies weapons to the both the US and Israeli military.

on October 1, 2019
Palestinian hospitalized and in critical condition after Israeli interrogation
Shatha Hammad, Middle East Eye

Palestinian hospitalized and in critical condition after Israeli interrogation

Amnesty International: "Utterly outrageous that use of torture...continues to be sanctioned by Israeli authorities, from Shin Bet, through the executive branch & all the way to Supreme Court"

on September 30, 2019
Finding a path to an enduring Black-Palestine solidarity Op-Eds & Analysis
Eli Day, +972

Finding a path to an enduring Black-Palestine solidarity

"When I visited a Palestinian refugee camp in the West Bank with a group of activists from working-class Black neighborhoods in the United States, I was astonished to discover just how much it reminded me of home. But what happens when that’s no longer true? When certain aspects of what others are facing turn out to be unlike anything we’ve ever seen?"

on September 30, 2019
Israel Police Arrest 25 in East Jerusalem Neighborhood, Despite Vow to Ease Crackdown News & Analysis
Aaron Rabinowitz and Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Israel Police Arrest 25 in East Jerusalem Neighborhood, Despite Vow to Ease Crackdown

For the past three months Israeli forces have been raiding Isawiyah, a Palestinian neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem, almost daily, arresting Palestinians in the dozens. Since July, 350 Palestinians from Isawiyah have been detained.

on September 24, 2019
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
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