The Israeli government “gave up” on the two-state solution, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, the first Palestinian-American woman to serve in the US Congress, charged in an interview published Friday.
Civil Administration approves two roads leading to isolated settlements, in a move activists say is “part of the government’s ongoing surrendering to settlers’ demands.”
An anti-occupation billboard aimed at visitors coming to Israel for the Eurovision Song Contest is now featured on the road from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv. The billboard was put by Sunday by Breaking the Silence, a group of Israeli combat veterans who oppose Israel’s occupation of the West Bank. Eurovision is being held this week in Tel Aviv.
Im Tirtzu publishes contact information of some 80 faculty members which it claims expressed anti-Israeli opinions or refused to serve in the military.
Imminent US peace plan will recognize that all Israeli-settled areas in West Bank ‘will remain in Israeli hands under a permanent accord,’ Channel 12 news claims.
Hanan Ashrawi, the longtime Palestinian spokeswoman and commentator, said the Trump administration turned down her request for a visa to visit her family.
12 months ago, President Donald Trump broke one of the international community’s greatest taboos. However, despite Benjamin Netanyahu’s best efforts to leverage the historic moment, Guatemala is the only other state to have followed suit. Here’s why.
Israel & the EU
“It’s time to get off the fence and resolve this most toxic of global conflicts in the only way possible,” writes Ian Black.