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Before joining the board of a charity for Palestinians, Herbert von Bose oversaw EU grants to Israel’s war industry. 

Omar Nayef Zayed fled Israeli custody in 1990.
 Seventeen young men from Nabi Saleh, a village synonymous with unarmed resistance, are currently behind Israeli bars.

Mark Yudof will use his connections in higher education to fight boycott movement.

Montreal paper gives no evidence to back up claims that Palestine solidarity activists make life hard for Jewish students.

Palestine solidarity campaigners say they won’t be intimidated by defamation, lies and government threats.

Martin Lejeune has been denied entry by a press office which claims to respect media freedom. 

Egypt has kept the Rafah crossing almost hermetically sealed in 2015.

Palestinian death toll soars as rights group decries “excessive and unwarranted” use of lethal force.

Record of war crimes, occupation and apartheid makes Israel a tough sell as a carefree tourist destination.

Broadcaster’s reporting doesn’t align with reality in the occupied city.

High court rejects petition to charge Jewish suspects in killing of Palestinian family. 

Israeli soldier reportedly detained over war crimes allegation.

HeidelbergCement’s West Bank quarries violate basic human rights, says Danish pensions giant PFA.

A Jerusalem museum celebrates the Palestinian poetry which inspired US political prisoner George Jackson.

Many of the pundits condemning Trump have helped fuel Islamophobia; we shouldn’t let them off the hook. 

Incident shows levels of open incitement and harassment against Palestinians by Israeli settlers, with the full collusion of the army.

Maliha Awwad does not accept the reasons given by Israel for why it killed her daughter, Hadil.
Palestinian couple have lost a baby after each of Israel's recent wars.

An Israeli military base has been set up on the campus of the Palestine Technical University in Tulkarem.