Israeli occupying forces have erected a new military observation tower inside Area A of the West Bank, which is supposedly under Palestinian Authority administration, in the municipality of Dura. Palestinians are protesting the installation, but Israeli forces are confronting them.
Abulhadi Hantash, a cartographer for the Palestinian Authority, has released a 2015 compilation of atrocities and abuses in the Hebron district of the Israeli occupation. 2014 was marked by settlement expansion, 2015 by extrajudicial executions.
Abdulhadi Hantash, land surveyor for the Palestinian Authority, has compiled a record of crimes against Palestinians near Hebron in 2014 by settlers and soldiers that includes 30 wells destroyed, 3778 trees uprooted, 16 Palestinians killed and many cases of sexual provocation and one attack on graves
David Horowitz visits Ohio State University and spreads falsehoods about Israeli history, like denying the Nakba and the occupation, and departs with an expletive
When documentarian Tom Hayes had made a film about refugee camps on the Cambodian border, “No one threatened my funding or phoned in bomb threats to the theater or my house.” All that changed when he turned to Palestine.
‘Two Blue Lines,’ Tom Hayes’s in-depth documentary of discriminatory conditions for Palestinians, premieres tonight in Columbus, Ohio. It will also be shown by Jewish Voice for Peace at its conference.
Observing the confrontation Wednesday night between filibustering pro-Israel students at Ohio University and Student Senate president Megan Marzec, who has stood up unapologetically for Palestine, Susie Kneedler saw a lot of charged confrontation, and many minutes granted to four pro-Israel students to hand a script from one to another before they were arrested, but little evidence to support claim that the demonstrators were denounced as Nazis and fascists.