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Israel using Dutch dogs to terrorize Palestinians

Palestinians want exports to Israel of the animals used to terrorize them stopped.

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Brussels terror expert has applauded Israel’s atrocities

David Cronin 26 November 2015

Claude Moniquet’s Israel links go unmentioned when he is asked to analyze the Paris attacks. 

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Netanyahu responsible for executions of children, rights group says

Maureen Clare Murphy 26 November 2015

Videos and eyewitness testimony reveal use of deadly force when children could easily be apprehended.

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Israel-funded group slams US labor federation for backing Palestinian rights

Ali Abunimah 25 November 2015

Activists say Connecticut AFL-CIO deserves support for calling for divestment from Israeli occupation.

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Palestinian poet sentenced to death by Saudi court

Maureen Clare Murphy 24 November 2015

Ashraf Fayadh was convicted of blasphemy-related crimes.

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Why Salaita settlement is a victory for Palestine solidarity movement

Omar Shakir 24 November 2015

The bad publicity garnered by the University of Illinois will make other colleges wary of firing teachers who defend Palestinian rights.

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Why won’t Israel allow autopsy on youth killed by police?

Alia Al Ghussain 24 November 2015

Mutaz Uweisat was shot dead in an Israeli settlement.

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Listen: Israel denies Palestinians “even the right to mourn”

Nora Barrows-Friedman 23 November 2015

Reporter Budour Youssef Hassan says that Palestinian protesters are not relying on political nor factional leadership.


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Life of limbo for Palestinians denied IDs by Israel

Isra Saleh el-Namey Gaza Strip 23 November 2015

Palestinians without papers struggle to access education and health care.

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Case of Gaza family killed in their sleep taken to International Criminal Court

Ali Abunimah 23 November 2015

Evidence handed to prosecutor enough to open case against Israel, rights groups say.

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