Israeli forces deployed along the volatile border with the Gaza Strip are firing live rounds at rock-throwing Palestinian protesters.
As the victims' family fights for justice, new findings challenge the Israel Defense Forces' compliance with international humanitarian law.
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.
After the passage of the “nationality” law, Israel is no longer multicultural. It is a country where national sovereignty lies solely in the hands of its Jewish citizens.
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 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.
For the Israelis to shoot unarmed Palestinians simply because they were in a zone declared off limits within Gaza is a war crime.
Based on media coverage, readers could think it was Palestinians, not Israelis, who carried out what Doctors Without Borders called “unacceptable and inhuman” violence.
Israel's prime minister is attempting to bamboozle the clueless Donald Trump into getting on a new war footing.