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Muhammad al-Qiq refuses transfer to Jerusalem hospital, and will continue his strike until he is freed.

United Nations investigator calls on Israel to probe its use of deadly force against Palestinians.

Journalist Muhammad al-Qiq, held without charge or trial by Israel, has been on hunger strike since 24 November.

Pro-Israel bills would seek to authorize violations of US constitutional rights.

VU University had previously banned an event on academic boycott.

Palestinian residents say that Israel wants to push them off their land.

Israeli court stays eviction of Sub Laban family from house they’ve lived in since 1953

Author Mohannad Sabry paints a familiar picture of government repression and neglect.

Jerusalem teen Muhammad al-Hashlamoun, 17, has been ordered held without charge by Israel’s defense minister.

Israel hopes luxury trip for Hollywood stars will improve its blood-soaked image.

Knesset also moves forward bills that penalize dissent.

Bright paints provide contrast to colorless surroundings.
How the insurgent challenger for the Democratic nomination went from slamming Israeli violence to excusing it.

The world is not big enough for two asylum-seeking Palestinians.

Unable to access specialized treatment, patients left to "die in silence."

Resistance group says it killed 35-year-old Mahmoud Ishteiwi for “behavioral and moral excesses that he confessed.”

Abdelsalam Abunada has been campaigning against a law that would give the Palestinian Authority greater powers of censorship.

The Palestinian journalist, who has refused food for 74 days to protest his detention without charge by Israel, is at imminent risk of death.

A monthly roundup of photographs documenting Palestine, Palestinian life, politics and culture, and international solidarity with Palestine.

Campaigners hail win, but say the choice of any drones is nothing to celebrate.

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