israel extended the illegal imprisonment/kidnapping of Manal Shweiky today, a school teacher from Silwan, near Jerusalem, Manal is pregnant and has four young children, or what the israelis refer to as a “population bomb,” no charges, no trial.
Gaza is that suffering that even the word of relief can not cure. #Gaza has a deep pain attached to the heart.
The deal is not final as it has not yet been approved by the IDF West Bank Court, but if it goes through, Tamimi will serve about five more months, since she has already served around three months. BY YONAH JEREMY BOB The IDF West Bank prosecution and lawyers for Ahed Tamimi reached a plea deal... Continue Reading →
The Israeli occupation forces stormed the house of the female student at the Faculty of Information at An-Najah, Ola Marshoud University in Nablus.
School children in an UNRWA institute fly kites carrying the hashtag 'dignity is priceless' to highlight the dire situation in Gaza [Mohammed Asad/Middle East Monitor] by Dr Firoz Osman Zionist fulminations against the evocative A-word will now have to contend with the ignoble G-word. That Israel is an Apartheid entity is now indisputable, with international institutions... Continue Reading →
This is how Israeli forces dealt with a German activist who was just taking part in a Palestinian demonstration.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a weekly cabinet meeting at his Jerusalem al-Quds office, December 17, 2017. (Photo by AFP) The Israeli cabinet has approved $11 million in funding for settlement activities in the occupied West Bank following a meeting between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a group of Zionist rabbis. Israeli daily Haaretz reported on Wednesday... Continue Reading →
by Alison Weir In August Sweden’s largest daily newspaper published an article containing grisly evidence suggesting that Israel had been taking Palestinian internal organs. The article, by veteran photojournalist Donald Bostrom, called for an international investigation to discover the facts.1 In this photograph taken March 22, 2007, Vasile Dimineti holds a picture of his 24-year-old... Continue Reading →