“A disturbing new trend has emerged in the political ads of the Israeli elections. Campaign ads seem to be competing over which candidate has killed the most Palestinians,” writes Elizabeth Tsurkov.
‘We often play the role of being able to say things that the rest of the movement cannot,’ Jewish Voice for Peace director Rebecca Vilkomerson says in a wide-ranging interview about the group’s decision to come out as opposed to Zionism, how to fight the conflation of anti-Zionism with anti-Semitism, and recent attacks on Black-Palestine solidarity.
The timeframes the state has granted itself to respond to permit applications are grossly unreasonable, and showed that the directive infringes systematically on residents’ ability to fulfill basic needs, let alone to exercise their fundamental human rights.
In a letter, leading rabbis call on Israelis to give to the legal fund of the minor accused of throwing the rock that killed Aisha Rabi in October.
The organization’s Settlement Division provided a mortgage loan for Gilad Ach, who heads a group deploying undercover agents among left-wing NGOs.
On a concrete slab placed at the entrance to Khirbet Faw, home to a small Bedouin community, the Israeli army has written: “Firing zone… entry is forbidden”.