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.
Blinded Palestinian journalist exposes Israel’s increasing violence against media.
“It is unfathomable and unconscionable that the U.S.A. continues to feed the conveyor belt of arms flowing into Yemen’s devastating conflict.”
The extradition and prosecution of Julian Assange sets an extremely dangerous precedence for press freedom.
An Israeli general has confirmed that when snipers stationed along Israel’s boundary with Gaza shoot at children, they are doing so deliberately, under clear and specific orders.
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.”
Over a million claims submitted to the International Criminal Court by Afghani individuals and organizations allege crimes against humanity and war crimes were committed by various factions since 2003, including Afghan forces, the Taliban, the CIA, and the U.S. military.
The U.N. advisor on the prevention of genocide, Adama Dieng, issued a dire warning last month that the fledgling new country of South Sudan is “on the brink” of a genocide comparable to what happened in Rwanda over two decades ago.