About 30,000 people, mainly Palestinian-Israelis but also Jewish supporters, rally in the downtown area against the so-called “Jewish nationality law” passed by the far-right Likud Party and its allies.
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.
Four high school friends head to California this week to pitch their mobile app about fire prevention to tech leaders. More than 19,000 teenage girls participated in the worldwide contest.
The president's son-in-law has reportedly bought into a theory that Palestinian identity and desire to return to what is now Israel are being artificially kept alive because Palestinians are recognized as refugees by the United Nations.
Zohar Regev Chamberlain says the injustice she witnessed as a child in Israel moved her to defend Palestinian human rights.
Tamimi uses the experience of being jailed to advantage, as have many other colonial prisoners including Mandela and Gandhi.
Ahed Tamimi returns home to a hero’s welcome in her West Bank village after Israel releases the 17-year-old from prison at the end of her eight-month sentence for slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers.
The proposed law has been compared to South Africa's onetime system of apartheid.
In an interview with an Arabic-language newspaper, President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser appeals directly to the Palestinians and criticizes their leader.
Author and scholar Norman Finkelstein tells the Truthdig columnist that nonviolent mass resistance in Gaza "can't succeed without our support."