The Associated Press shows yet again its affinity for whitewashing Israel’s crimes: this time, downplaying the death of a toddler at the whims of Israel’s harsh permit system. AP rarely covers Palestinian deaths in detail – it’s disappointing that when they did report on one, they misrepresented the context.
Israeli forces invaded the Al-Aqsa mosque compound during Friday dawn worship, injuring and arresting hundreds of Palestinians, and causing damage inside the Muslim holy place.
Israeli forces, heavily armed and not in any immediate danger, continue to invade Palestinian neighborhoods and fire live rounds, killing at least three Palestinians on Wednesday.
A blistering account of Israeli abuses against Palestinian children during the first three months of 2022 and before – adding to the growing library of reports on Israel’s human rights violations.
Ahmad Al-Manasra has been in Israeli prison since age 13, and suffers from prison-related mental illness. A hearing to review the now 21-year-old Manasra’s case is being held today.
For Israeli soldiers armed to the teeth, “looking suspicious” can be reason enough to shoot a Palestinian dead.
An Israeli journalist notes that Israel’s efforts to thwart Palestinian resistance simply create grounds for more resistance. Only ending the occupation will end the resistance.
An extraordinary constellation of pro-Israel influences have pervaded Ketanji Brown Jackson’s life and in some cases assisted her career… As a Supreme Court Justice, will she be able to live up to her pledge to interpret the law ‘without fear or favor’ ? In the past, a Supreme Court ruling influenced by Israel partisans destroyed a 200-year American tradition…
April 5 is Palestinian Child Day. Today we acknowledge that Israel has arrested over 53,000 Palestinian minors since 1967. Many are tortured.
A baby girl has died after Israel denied her permission to leave Gaza to get medical treatment in Jerusalem. This is a breach of international law, but sadly not an uncommon event.