Gaza-based journalist Motasem A. Dalloul provides Red Lines host Anya Parampil with a frontline view of Israel’s attack and details his own travails as he and his family weather the bombardment of their neighborhood.
Despite the ceasefire, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s own future depends on inciting the fascist settlers and Israeli hyper-militarized police to provoke new unrest in intensifying tensions against Palestinians. This reality makes the ceasefire fragile.
British police are struggling to end a protest at an Israeli weapons factory in Leicester, England, where activists have holed up on the roof for several days. Members of Palestine Read More…
A federal court ruled in favor of journalist Abby Martin, who was barred from speaking at Georgia Southern University after she refused to pledge she would not boycott Israel as a condition of her speaking contract.
The FBI conducted “terrorism” investigations into Americans for supporting Palestinian rights, documents obtained by The Intercept reveal.
The Israeli PR machine is making attempts to obfuscate and justify the public desecration of the body of a Palestinian man shot and killed by Israeli forces.
Israeli forces have arrested four staff members of a Palestinian TV channel in Jerusalem al-Quds in a move condemned by the Palestinian Presidency.
Blinded Palestinian journalist exposes Israel’s increasing violence against media.
A decade ago today, Israel launched “Operation Cast Lead” against the Gaza Strip. The military campaign took the lives of some 1,400 Palestinians, including more than three hundred children.
Israeli fighter jets conducted a 3rd round of fresh airstrikes against the besieged Gaza Strip late Friday, bombarding the tiny enclave shortly after Israeli soldiers shot dead several protesters near the boundary fence.
A 17-year-old Palestinian was shot dead by an Israeli sniper during Friday’s ‘Great March of Return‘ protest. Nearly 400 others, including journalists and paramedics, were injured by Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) firing Read More…
How Israel and the West distort the narrative to manipulate their citizens against Gaza and the Palestinian struggle.
Palestinian kite fliers are using fishing nets to disrupt Israeli drones deployed over Gaza to target, intimidate, and rain down tear gas from above upon protesters during the weeks of demonstrations known as the Great March of Return.
Over the last month, the Israeli military has shot over 500 Palestinians in the head for peacefully protesting in the Gaza Strip.
The UN Human Rights Council has voted in favor of sending an international war crimes probe to Gaza after the body’s leading human rights official slammed Israel‘s reaction to the protests along the Gaza border that killed over 60 people and injured 2,700 in one day as “wholly disproportionate.”