Israelis and Palestinians marched together in the occupied West Bank on Saturday, October 2, to demand access to adequate potable water for the villagers of Al-Mufqara.

500 March in Occupied W. Bank, Demanding Water for Palestinian Village after Earlier Settler Attack

Some 500 Israelis and Palestinians marched in the occupied West Bank on Saturday, October 2, to demand access to water for the village of Al-Mufqara, the site of a violent attack by masked settlers against protestors two weeks earlier. During that march occupation forces had fired stun grenades against the protestors and the deputy commander of…

Bakr Hussein Mohammad, aged 3, was injured by stones thrown by Israeli settlers while napping in his family's home the South Hebron Hills, Tuesday, September 28.

Settlers Stone Palestinians, Injuring 12 Including Toddler, near Hebron

Dozens of masked Israeli settlers hurled stones at Palestinians in the South Hebron Hills in the occupied territories on Tuesday afternoon, September 28, damaging cars and injuring at least 12 Palestinians, including a three-year-old boy, Palestinian and Israeli witnesses said. Some 16 Palestinian cars were damaged by the settlers’ stone-throwing, including one that flipped over on…

Hadash student during a vigil held in Tel Aviv University, December 7, 2020

Palestinian Reunification Requests Denied despite Law’s Expiration

Far-right Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked has ordered her ministry to continue rejecting Palestinian requests for family reunification based on a temporary law which expired in July. According to Haaretz, the interior minister has ordered the state’s immigration authority to examine the consequences of the expiration of the law, before formulating a new policy. Until the…

Al Jazeera report on Pegasus spyware

Germany’s Federal Police Using Spyware from Israeli NSO Group

The German government admitted on Tuesday, September 7, that its federal police service have used the controversial Israeli spyware known as Pegasus, drawing immediate criticism from rights groups. Germany’s BKA federal police bought the software from Israel’s NSO Group in late 2019, a closed-door parliamentary committee learned from government officials. Germany’s federal investigative police force held…