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Israeli ministers contemplate prison for BDS activists.

Critics say participation tantamount to legitimizing occupation.
A Gaza sports program caters to children who had a parent killed by Israel.
Upstart challenger of Senator Ted Cruz abandons Palestinian rights.
Court rules that “freedom of assembly” undermined for BDS supporters.

Israel’s problem isn’t with Great March of Return tactics but its goal: to end the blockade.

Jewish Community Federation funds right-wing, anti-Muslim and homophobic groups in order to promote Israel’s interests.

Government in Brussels has been mostly silent since Israel arrested Mustapha Awad.

1968 Olympics champion Tommie Smith urged to tell sportswear firm to end settlement sponsorship.

Palestinian women prisoners haven’t been outdoors in 40 days.

Ahmad Abdallah Abu Naim, 17, was shot while attempting to flee soldier, reporter says.

A monastery in central Gaza has been transformed into a library that helps children cope with trauma.

Jerusalem court orders New Zealand activists who persuaded pop singer to cancel show to pay damages.

Despite Trump, it remains useful to put pressure on members of Congress.
I insisted that my band play its first concert at the now destroyed Said al-Mishal Cultural Center.

International students should not enroll in Israeli institutions, campaigners say.

But director-general’s claims are contradicted by his own staff.

Psy-Group planned to use fake online personas in elaborate influence campaign.

An errand between a father and son becomes a truthful look at Nazareth and its people in Annemarie Jacir’s Wajib.

Gunman at large after two Israelis killed in Barkan industrial zone attack.

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