More than 50,000 Palestinian children in the occupied West Bank have been detained by Israel since 1967, according to the Palestinian Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs.
As Democratic support for Israel wanes, new pro-Zionist organizations are committed to rekindling the love affair by any means possible.
State lawmakers and governors across the US have allowed the Israel lobby to write public policy. New laws and executive orders have been crafted by Israel lobbyists, then copied from one state to the next, adopted with virtually identical language. The groundwork for anti-boycott legislation was laid by Israel partisans a decade ago…
The number of mosques and churches attacked in Israel is high, but police effort at investigating these crimes are absurdly low. The head of monitoring group asserts, ‘Without a doubt, they aren’t looking hard enough’
Two articles from past years detail how editors Jonathan Freedland and Matt Seaton have influenced pro-Israel news coverage at the UK Guardian (and beyond)
Three hospitals in Israel admit that their policy is to separate maternity patients according to ethnicity. Palestinian women have found this practice insulting; some experts call it “apartheid.”
Israeli soldiers injured 110 more civilians in Gaza who were taking part in the weekly unarmed demonstrations against their imprisonment by Israel.
Only a handful of Israelis continue working to oppose Israel’s occupation, and they find no takers in Israel. Just like with South African apartheid, it requires people from abroad to end this injustice. Fortunately, some new voices are already speaking out…
The New York Times – most notably columnist Thomas Friedman – acknowledges that current policies and practices in Israel/Palestine are now and have been for decades a form of apartheid, yet for some unspecified reason, the paper has stated for twenty years merely that the region is “at risk of” becoming an apartheid state. In spite of profuse evidence from experts around the world and from Israel’s own legislation, NYT refuses to state the obvious.
Recent news stories reported by the International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC), April 26, 2019. Israeli soldiers invade West Bank, abduct children, assault Palestinians, injure a two-month-old baby. Israeli settlers storm archaeological site, Hebron town, etc.