The IDF Doesn’t Investigate Palestinian Deaths — It Whitewashes Them

IDF soldiers in the West Bank (Wikimedia Commons)

by Hagai El-Ad A little over a year ago, on the last day of October 2017, Muhammad Musa and his sister Latifah drove to Ramallah to run some errands. Shortly after the two filmed a short selfie video during the ride, soldiers opened… Continue Reading  

How Did Revenge Become a Military Objective?

IDF soldiers in the West Bank (Wikimedia Commons)

by Orly Noy There is something almost spellbinding about the speed with which the Israeli government is tearing off the masks that once afforded its policies a veneer of decency. From the Jewish Nation-State Law to the cultural loyalty law… Continue Reading  

Mr. Trump, You Cannot Erase the Palestinian Right to Return

David Ben-Gurion with Yigal Allon and Yitzhak Rabin in the Negev, during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War (Wikimedia Commons)

by James J. Zogby First, the Trump Administration “took Jerusalem off the table.” Now, in an especially dangerous display of recklessness, they have announced their intention to do the same for the Palestinian “right of return.”

Regional Players Manoeuvre To Reengineer The Israeli-Palestinian Landscape

Mohammed Dahlan

by James M. Dorsey A possible ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, the Islamist group that controls the Gaza Strip, is proving to be much more than an effort to end escalating violence that threatens to spark yet another Middle Eastern… Continue Reading  

Veteran Left-Wing Journalist And Peace Activist Uri Avnery Dies At 94

Uri Avnery at a 2006 Hadash protest against the Lebanon War (source: flickr, user dovblog)

by +972 Magazine Uri Avnery, one of Israel’s most prominent journalists and a seminal peace activist who was among the first Israelis to advocate for a sovereign Palestinian state, died in Tel Aviv on Monday morning. He was 94 years old.