Ahed Tamimi is to go on trial for punching two Israeli soldiers during a protest in which her cousin was wounded.
Proponents of the review insist companies be held accountable for their activities in the settlements, arguing that those activities can contribute to injustices against Palestinians.
The Palestinian artist, whose work has been showcased by the United Nations, draws inspiration for many of his cartoons from the time he spent in an Israeli prison.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Tayipp Erdogan accused one another of grave human rights offenses recently. Who has the better case?
The Balfour Declaration, which favored giving Palestine to the Jewish people, it still relevant because of co-existing ideas justifying white supremacy and racism. Among its legacies are some of our wars.
After more than two decades, Palestinians are increasingly questioning their leaders’ policy of reaching statehood through negotiations with Israel.
Benjamin Netanyahu and his Cabinet members are trying to punch above their weight. The Israeli prime minister wants to punish the United Nations, and apparently even the United States.
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges and independent journalist Rania Khalek analyze the Israeli arms industry, which was involved in global contracts worth $5.7 billion last year.
In a New York Times op-ed, the former president also urges Obama to let the United Nations condemn Israeli presence on Palestinian land in the West Bank.