Israeli forces deployed along the volatile border with the Gaza Strip are firing live rounds at rock-throwing Palestinian protesters.
In the last five months, three emergency workers treating wounded protesters have been killed by Israeli army fire, while dozens more have been hurt by live fire or tear gas.
In coverage of Israel’s recent mass shootings in Gaza—which have killed over 30 Palestinians and injured more than 1,100—the word “clashes” is used to euphemize snipers in fortified positions firing on unarmed protesters 100 meters away.
Author and scholar Norman Finkelstein tells the Truthdig columnist that nonviolent mass resistance in Gaza "can't succeed without our support."
Because the protests in Gaza are unarmed and popular in nature, men are supporting women's involvement, raising hopes among activists of a path to greater gender equality.
A U.N. General Assembly resolution that condemns recent violence in Gaza is adopted, while the Indian Student Federation boycotts Hewlett Packard for its alleged involvement in the oppression of Palestinians.
A reporter at the most influential paper in English-language media appears to not know the difference between a government “tightly editing” and selectively editing video.
Ahead of an emergency U.N. General Assembly meeting on a resolution condemning Israel’s “excessive use of force," Human Rights Watch assesses the recent violence against Palestinians.
People around the globe, including from inside Israel, have expressed outrage at the recent slaughter of Palestinian protesters.
Bloody Monday may well be seen as the day Palestinians regained their national pride and their will to stand up and fight for their independence.