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Baby Born to non-Jewish Woman Denied Citizenship After Israeli Father Dies

The baby, who was born prematurely, cannot receive medical treatment because she has no legal status in Israel; the mother repeatedly requested to grant the baby citizenship during her pregnancy.

UK curbing academic free speech on Israel: Jewish scholar

The British government is helping universities across the UK suppress the right to criticize Israel over its human rights violations in Palestine, says a Jewish professor, vowing to never give in to the pressure.

Israeli soldier appeals jail sentence for killing helpless Palestinian

An Israeli soldier, sentenced to 18 months in prison for shooting dead a wounded Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank last year, has filed an appeal against his manslaughter conviction and already-lenient jail term. 

Israel has begun dividing Al-Aqsa: Islamic organization

Recent placement of glass room in Al-Aqsa courtyard is ‘first step’ towards ‘spatial division’ of mosque, OIC warns.

80 percent of Canadians back Israel boycott — poll

New findings highlight failure of Canadian government and Israel lobby groups to demonize Palestine solidarity movement.

Palestinian shot, killed by Israeli gunfire in al-Khalil

A Palestinian young man was shot and killed by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) Wednesday evening in the southern West Bank district of al-Khalil after an alleged stabbing attack.

Lebanon Border-Cams Dismantled by «Israeli» Troops

In its latest violations of Lebanese sovereignty, the apartheid "Israeli" entity's infantry units on Wednesday dismantled cameras installed along Lebanon's southern border.


Opposition politicians on Tuesday censured Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu over a damning state comptroller report on the government’s handling of the 2014 Gaza war, which accused the premier, the former defense minister, and the Israeli military of being ill-prepared to tackle the Hamas tunnel threat.

West Bank rally speaks up for hunger strikers in Israeli lock-ups

A rally was staged Tuesday by Palestinian activists and civil society representatives in the northern West Bank province of Tubas in solidarity with the Palestinian hunger strikers in Israeli jails.

IOA approves administrative detention order against Qiq

Palestinian human rights sources revealed that Israeli Occupation Authority (IOA) approved an order confirming administrative detention for three months.

Hamas, Jihad: Israel report on 2014 war on Gaza “admission of defeat”

Israel’s state comptroller report on the 2014 war on Gaza proves that the Palestinian resistance is just unbeatable, Palestinian resistance movements Hamas and the Islamic Jihad said Tuesday.

Britain's longest-serving, anti-Israel MP dies at 86

Gerald Kaufman, the Father of the British House of Commons and the longest-serving British MP who was known as a scathing critic of Israel, died on Monday at the age of 86.

Israeli prosecutor to open criminal probe into submarine scandal

Israeli prosecutor Shai Nitzan decided late Monday to open a criminal investigation into Israel's purchase of three submarines from a German company, Haaretz Hebrew newspaper revealed on Tuesday.

«Israeli» Protesters Dig in as W Bank Evacuation Begins

The "Israeli" regime's forces Tuesday started to evacuate 9 West Bank settler units, following a Supreme Court decision that they were built on private Palestinian land.

«‘Israel’ is Weak» Sign Concerns Ynet

It's not only Hezbollah missiles that threaten "Israel", a poster on the borders with Occupied Palestine might raise concerns all along the Zionist entity.

PHROC condemns denial of work permit of Human Rights Watch country director

Palestinian rights groups have roundly condemned Israel’s recent decision to deny a Human Rights Watch (HRW) investigator a work visa, calling for an end to the regime’s crackdown on human rights activities in the occupied territories.


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