UN Votes for International Court of Justice to Examine Israeli Occupation

It was a vote Israel and the U.S. moved heaven and earth to stall, but that took place anyway, with timing that couldn’t have been more apt. On the evening of December 30, two days after a declaration by the incoming government of Benjamin Netanyahu that “the Jewish people have an exclusive and inalienable right to all parts of the Land of Israel,” including the illegally annexed Syrian Golan… Source Source / Read More: UN Votes for International Court of Justice to Examine Israeli Occupation

Human Rights Advocates Alarmed Over Israel’s New “Fascist, Racist” Government

Global concerns about the new Israeli government — especially what it means for Palestinians — continued to grow Thursday as Benjamin Netanyahu took the oath of office to again serve as prime minister, this time leading the most far-right and religiously conservative coalition in the country’s history. The embattled leader was sworn in following a 63-54 vote of confidence in his new government by… Source Source / Read More: Human Rights Advocates Alarmed Over Israel’s New “Fascist, Racist” Government

Palestinians Work to Cultivate Food Sovereignty in the Face of Israeli Apartheid

“We go back to the land as a refuge whenever there is a crisis. It’s natural, because it’s clear that the land is our mother,” said Farid Tamallah, an environmental activist and founder of Souq al-Fallahin, a local market connecting farmers directly to the consumer public in the West Bank. “After two years of a global pandemic, the question of food security has returned to the forefront, driving young farmers back to agriculture.” Tamallah, a farmer himself and the founder of Sharaka 2011 (a community-based association organizing Souq al-Fallahin), clarifies that the pandemic exacerbated the already harsh conditions that have…

In the war on African asylum seekers, Ben Gvir finds a hero’s welcome

In the war on African asylum seekers, Ben Gvir finds a hero’s welcome Left-wing activists confronted the Kahanist lawmaker’s visit to south Tel Aviv, but his supremacism appears to be mobilizing a growing base in the city. The post In the war on African asylum seekers, Ben Gvir finds a hero’s welcome appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: In the war on African asylum seekers, Ben Gvir finds a hero’s welcome

Drones terrorized Gaza for years. Now they’ll do the same in the West Bank

Drones terrorized Gaza for years. Now they’ll do the same in the West Bank Israel’s army is promoting drone warfare as a less bloody means of governing the West Bank. Palestinians in Gaza know that won’t be the case. The post Drones terrorized Gaza for years. Now they’ll do the same in the West Bank appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: Drones terrorized Gaza for years. Now they’ll do the same in the West Bank

PHOTOS: A day of civil disobedience in Shuafat Refugee Camp

PHOTOS: A day of civil disobedience in Shuafat Refugee Camp Days into a near-total lockdown imposed by Israel, Palestinian residents of the East Jerusalem camp staged a mass strike and protest, only to be attacked by security forces. The post PHOTOS: A day of civil disobedience in Shuafat Refugee Camp appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: PHOTOS: A day of civil disobedience in Shuafat Refugee Camp

The northern West Bank is taking up arms. Will the south join?

The northern West Bank is taking up arms. Will the south join? Armed resistance against Israeli incursions is mostly concentrated in Jenin and Nablus. But Palestinians on the ground say that could quickly change. The post The northern West Bank is taking up arms. Will the south join? appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: The northern West Bank is taking up arms. Will the south join?

Meta’s clampdown on Palestine speech is far from ‘unintentional’

Meta’s clampdown on Palestine speech is far from ‘unintentional’ A report on the social media giant validated Palestinian experiences of censorship in May 2021, but missed how those policies are biased by design. The post Meta’s clampdown on Palestine speech is far from ‘unintentional’ appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: Meta’s clampdown on Palestine speech is far from ‘unintentional’

‘Democracy in Iran will arrive through women’

‘Democracy in Iran will arrive through women’ Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi explains why the women-led protests in Iran may herald the beginning of the Islamic Republic’s downfall. The post ‘Democracy in Iran will arrive through women’ appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: ‘Democracy in Iran will arrive through women’

In Jenin and Nablus, resistance and despair go hand in hand

In Jenin and Nablus, resistance and despair go hand in hand Palestinian youths are taking up arms amid unrelenting Israeli incursions into refugee camps, with the pervasiveness of death ensuring more will follow. The post In Jenin and Nablus, resistance and despair go hand in hand appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: In Jenin and Nablus, resistance and despair go hand in hand

Kahanism’s triumphant makeover

Kahanism’s triumphant makeover Itamar Ben Gvir, the star of Israel’s most far-right party, is thriving off of a national political discourse that allows him to accomplish what his predecessors could not: bringing Kahanism to the mainstream. The post Kahanism’s triumphant makeover appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: Kahanism’s triumphant makeover

The cafe where Palestinian children look out for each other

The cafe where Palestinian children look out for each other Supported by DCI-Palestine, teens in Dheisheh refugee camp are creating a space for their peers to bond and learn amid the violence of occupation. The post The cafe where Palestinian children look out for each other appeared first on +972 Magazine. Source / Read More: The cafe where Palestinian children look out for each other