Player mode on | off
It was revealed last week that the European Union has approved a massive upgrade in Israel special trading status.
Oxfam released a report detailing the tragedy of the blockade on the Gaza Strip that has left so many families lives destroyed.
Prisoner Hatem Qafisha, an administrative detainee, said the prison's administration started to handcuff the prisoners' hands and legs during meetings with the lawyers, and when using bathrooms.
Stress-related and mental health disorders are on the increase in the Gaza Strip, according to a recent report by the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees in the near east (UNRWA).
A number of NGOs including UNICEF and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights as well as Palestinian Al Haq and the Israeli Yesh Din, issued yet another statement on the continued rise in settler violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
The Israeli Committee against House Demolitions launched its tenth annual Rebuilding Camp last week.
An important report published by a group of British lawyers, funded by the Foreign Office has highlighted the inhumane treatment of Palestinian child prisoners by Israel.
Six Palestinians were killed in series of Israeli strikes on Gaza, all carried out just hours after a deadly ambush along Israel's southern border with Egypt.
The Palestinian Return Centre (PRC) will commemorate international refugee day by hosting a number of events across Europe. The events will commence in the UK on 18 June and end in Geneva 22 June.
On December 13, 2011, the French National Assembly issued a 320-page report entitled, The Geopolitics of Water, which dedicated 20 pages to an alleged water war between Israelis and Palestinians.
Bruce Kent a veteran anti-war activist has made an appeal for Palestinians under repression and imprisonment.
A new report by Amnesty International reveals shocking information about the effects of the Israeli siege on Gaza spurring fresh action from activists across the globe.
The European Union foreign ministers issued a statement accusing Israel of accelerating settlement construction and tightening its control over East Jerusalem at the expense of Palestinians.
15th of May will see Palestinians commemorate the 64th anniversary of Nakba Day; where over 750,000 Palestinians were ethnically cleansed and 400 Palestinian villages destroyed to form the illegal State of Israel.
In the recent attacks against Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip by the Israeli naval troops 6 fishermen were arrested and had their fishing boats confiscated as they went beyond the 3 nautical miles they are allowed to fish.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu formed a new committee, made up of four ministers, to look into outposts at Bruchin and Rechelim, in the north, and Sansana, near Hebron in the south.
A two-day international conference on "Engaging Youth: Palestine Refugees in a Changing Middle East" convened by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), concluded on the 20th of April in Brussels with UNRWA Commissioner-General, Filippo Grandi, unveiling ten "Youth Commitments" on behalf of the UN Agency.
Palestinian prisoners held by Israel have been targeted by an unfair and unequal legal system. Their imprisonment reflects Israel’s inherent system of injustice and racism.
During the Holy Week, Jerusalem has a special spiritual connection for Christians all around the world as it is the time of the year when pilgrims visit the Old city.
In a recent meeting between the UK Foreign Minister, William Hague and the Israeli Deputy Prime Minister agreed to broaden and deepen the UK - Israeli ties, in spite of expressing their concerns about the "continuing occupation of the Palestinian territories".