In portraying Hagai El-Ad as an enemy collaborator, the Israeli government is casting out the left and running roughshod over our civil rights.
“If you can’t bring the people, you can at least bring their pictures.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for a pardon for the soldier convicted of manslaughter for fatally shooting a subdued Palestinian attacker in Hebron last year.
As the 50 year anniversary of the Six Day War and the ongoing military Occupation that followed it approaches, it is about time we on the Left act with the same audacity as our political opponents, argues Avner Gvaryahu.
The watchdog group says cooperation with military investigations was only ‘lending legitimacy to the occupation regime and aiding to whitewash it.’
Ezra Nawi, an activist who was secretly recorded saying that he had turned in the land brokers to Palestinian security services, was arrested on Monday at Ben-Gurion International Airport on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a crime.
The blaze at B’Tselem’s Jerusalem office was an accident, but many of us assumed it was arson — and that’s telling, Chelsey Berlin writes.
A fire that destroyed the Jerusalem offices of one of Israel’s leading human rights groups was probably caused by a short circuit, not by arson, an Israeli fire brigade official said on Monday.
Israeli right-wing activists are taking credit for preventing the human rights organization B’Tselem from receiving a 100,000 Euro award from the Dutch government.
Israeli human rights group B’Tselem is no longer eligible for Israeli national service volunteer placements because it has acted “against the state and its soldiers.”