Electronic Intifada

Subscribe to Electronic Intifada feed

Group armed with guns, knives and improvised explosives were friends with boy slain months earlier.

France violates its own policies as its Tel Aviv embassy backs marketing campaign by Shufersal, an Israeli chain with extensive business interests in illegal settlements.

Doctors say that after 71 days without food, Muhammad al-Qiq’s organs could fail at any time.

Some 1,000 people could be left homeless if Israeli demolitions in Masafer Yatta are not halted.

Minors in house arrest often prove so taxing and expensive an experience for families that some prefer prison.
Appeals to the Palestinian Authority fail to secure protection from Israel or much-needed infrastructure work.

Abdel Bari Atwan was set to chair a meeting with Palestinian students and MPs.

In a written statement from his hospital bed Muhammad al-Qiq says he’s “paying the toll of a racist Israeli policy.”

Israel’s army has relied on PA security forces to suppress resistance.

UN Secretary-General’s comments on occupation angered Israel but offered Palestinians nothing new.

Scholars from 50 Italian universities urge end to ties with Israel's Technion and other institutions complicit in abuses of Palestinian rights.

Mohammad Abu Sakha has been in administrative detention since December.

The five known as the Hares boys say they were tortured by Israeli forces.

As Israeli leaders turn their fire on Margot Wallström, an article comparing her to UN diplomat assassinated by a Zionist militia is raising concern.

Local authorities are angry at attempts to prevent them taking investment decisions which clash with UK foreign policy. 

Palestinian youths protest in defiance not just of Israel, but of the Palestinian Authority.

Paul Bronfman, a Canadian film industry bigwig, pulled his donations over a mural depicting Palestinian resilience.

Community members say pro-Israel group perpetuates Islamophobia and uses clout with city to isolate supporters of Palestinian rights.
What Western journalists miss when they only cover violence in Jerusalem.

Muhammad al-Qiq’s organs are at risk of failure any day, says Palestinian prisoner’s legal team.

Pages