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.
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Israeli police repeatedly spray skunk water in Palestinian East Jerusalem, making life unbearable for Palestinian business owners and dangerous for all residents.
The Israeli police ran over him, beat him, and instead of calling an ambulance, they arrested him – because he had a Palestinian flag on his bicycle.
Israel and Hamas have declared a ceasefire, but that’s not the end of the dispute between Israel and the Palestinians – not by a longshot. These illustrations show how, even without “war,” Israel’s military controls every aspect of Palestinians’ lives – through occupation and settler colonialism.
While the world focuses on Gaza, the Occupied West Bank has seen a surge in violence, with Israeli forces using live fire against Palestinians, rubber coated steel bullets and tear gas on protesters…
Ha’aretz’s correspondent covered the story of the city’s unification after the Six-Day War. Fifty years later he revisits the dramatic decision that changed the face of the Middle East. He reports that this critical act, which for 50 years has prevented peace, was not a result of strategic planning or motivated by existential national need…
Israeli soldiers arrested the Palestinian head of a Jerusalem Women’s Center and a clothes designer in a raid on an exhibition of traditional Palestinian clothes and objects made by women.
These are their stories: eight short videos about eight short lives…
Israeli police in the village of Isawiyah have an agenda, and it involves brutality, incitement, humiliation, and violence.
The Israeli occupation is a constant, chilling presence in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, and among Palestinians living in Israel: children and adults are routinely abducted, Israeli housing is built on Palestinian land while Palestinian homes are demolished – just a few examples from one “average” day.