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Human Rights Defender Issa Amro on Trial
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Human Rights Defender Issa Amro on Trial

In recent months, Israel has stepped up its targeting of Palestinian human rights defenders. One of those targets is Issa Amro, known for his engagement in non-violent activism and civil disobedience.

on September 19, 2016
Kirresh Family Eviction
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Kirresh Family Eviction

Today, the Israeli Police forcibly evicted the Kirresh family, a family of eight including two children, from their home in the Old City of Occupied East Jerusalem, and transferred the property to an Israeli settler organization. The Kirresh family has been living on this property since the 1930s.

on September 15, 2016
Three U.S. Citizens Denied Entry by Israel Speak Out
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Three U.S. Citizens Denied Entry by Israel Speak Out

Last month, five U.S. citizens were interrogated and detained by Israeli border control before being deported and banned without clear explanation. Israel routinely racially profiles visitors arriving at the borders they control, which include the occupied Palestinian territories.

on August 31, 2016
Susiya Residents Protest as Israeli Bulldozers Advance
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Susiya Residents Protest as Israeli Bulldozers Advance

Over the last 30 years, the Palestinian residents of Susiya have faced multiple waves of home demolitions by the Israeli state, in an attempt to drive the residents off their land. Last week, Israel’s high court placed the fate of the village and its 340 residents in the hands of Israel's notoriously right-wing defense minister Avigdor Lieberman.

on August 8, 2016
Progressives Speak: From Black Lives Matter to Palestinian Rights to Fight for $15
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Progressives Speak: From Black Lives Matter to Palestinian Rights to Fight for $15

On the first day of the DNC, hear from a range of progressive Americans talk about the issues that are most important to them, what they want from their elected representatives, and the power of grassroots movements. "All of these movements are fighting against a system about who counts and who doesn't. Who is worth seeing and who is made invisible?"

on July 25, 2016
Displaced Two Years After Israel’s 2014 Attack on Gaza
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Displaced Two Years After Israel’s 2014 Attack on Gaza

Two years after Israel's attack on Gaza, Palestinian families remain living in shipping containers designed as temporary shelter. Yousef Najjar and his family are still displaced after Israel destroyed his village of Khuza'a.

on July 13, 2016
Palestinian Children: Taken, Arrested, and Assaulted
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Palestinian Children: Taken, Arrested, and Assaulted

“They were beating me until all I felt was pain.” 3 out of 4 Palestinian children endure physical violence after their arrest by Israeli forces. The Israeli military detains around ‪#‎700ChildPrisoners‬ each year. This video is part of the Israeli Military Detention: No Way to Treat a Child campaign.

on June 20, 2016
Fishing to the Limit in Gaza
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Fishing to the Limit in Gaza

"6 miles, 9 miles, 3 miles. It's all the same." For fishermen in Gaza, Israeli gunfire, harassment, intimidation, and arrest remain constant threats to their daily lives. Whether 9 miles or 3 miles, the restricted area simply doesn't have enough fish.

on June 8, 2016
Tutanji Home Demolition
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Tutanji Home Demolition

The Tutanji family woke up in the middle of the night to find their home being demolished. They weren't given any time to collect their clothes or belongings. Israel wants to turn the land that their home is on into a state park, despite the fact that the Tutanjis and other Palestinian families and their ancestors have owned the land for 270 years.

on May 17, 2016