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XR activists and Palestine Action have teamed up in an effort to close a controversial Israeli arms factory in Oldham.

Israel's military says it hit 50 targets in Syria throughout 2020.

Gaza forces fire rockets to mark Israel conflict anniversary

The New Arab Staff & Agencies

Gaza forces fire rockets to mark Israel conflict anniversary

The drills come days after Hamas accused Israel of launching strikes that damaged a children's hospital.

Israel's former army chief appointed foreign minister

The New Arab & agencies

Israel's former army chief appointed foreign minister

Ex-military chief Gabi Ashkenazi, who presided over the brutal 2008-2009 Gaza War, has secured the foreign affairs role for the Blue and White ...

Inside Israel's battle for influence in Latin America

Charlie Hoyle

Inside Israel's battle for influence in Latin America

In-depth: A rise in right-wing populism and the growing influence of evangelical Christians have galvanised Israel's influence across Latin ...

The New Arab

Palestinian Balad Party refuses to endorse 'equally racist' Gantz

The Palestinian Balad Party has refused to endorse Benny Gantz as Israel's next prime minister citing his racism against Arabs in the country.

Ramona Wadi

How an insidious Israel plans to 'facilitate Palestinian emigration'

Comment: Netanyahu is inventing ever-more disturbing ways to try and normalise Palestinian displacement, writes Ramona Wadi.

The New Arab & agencies

Muslim man dies following interrogation in notorious Thai prison

Fears of an uptick in violence in Thailand's Muslim-majority areas have grown after a Muslim man who was left in a coma following army ...

Rami G. Khouri

US-Taliban talks expose the madness of America's counter-terrorism strategy

Comment: After wasting trillions and causing irreparable damage, Washington decided to give negotiations a chance in Afghanistan, exposing the ...

Tunisian voters defiant despite terror attacks and president's ill-health

Alessandra Bajec

Tunisian voters defiant despite terror attacks and president's ill-health

Tunisians remain resilient ahead of the elections despite the latest setbacks in the country, with many indicating that the terrorist attacks ...

Ramona Wadi

The UN is failing Palestine's schoolchildren

Comment: The UN's own charter stipulates education as a basic human right. So why isn't it speaking out against Israel's attacks on Palestinian ...

A deafening silence surrounds Israeli war crimes in Gaza

Suraya Dadoo

A deafening silence surrounds Israeli war crimes in Gaza

Comment: A new UNHRC report stating that Israel may have committed war crimes in Gaza has met with global silence, writes Suraya Dadoo.

Israeli elections for Palestinians: Between terrorists and violent 'centrists'

Diana Alghoul

Israeli elections for Palestinians: Between terrorists and violent 'centrists'

Analysis: Perceptions that the Gantz-Lapid alliance could form a 'softer' government are not based on the political and military history of the ...

Israel's 'centrists' unite against Netanyahu's 'terrorist alliance'

The New Arab & agencies

Israel's 'centrists' unite against Netanyahu's 'terrorist alliance'

Military veterans of the brutal occupation and Lebanon wars are joining forces against Netanyahu's alliance with Messianic far-right religious ...

Tzipi Livni, alleged war criminal, retires from Israeli politics

The New Arab & agencies

Tzipi Livni, alleged war criminal, retires from Israeli politics

At a televised news conference on Monday the prominent Israeli politician announced she was leaving politics, saying 'democracy is in danger'.

CJ Werleman

Israel's settlement explosion

Comment: Israel is taking advantage of the Trump administration's callous indifference to the Palestinian people, writes CJ Werleman

The New Arab & agencies

PepsiCo to buy Israeli firm SodaStream for $3.2bn

The home carbonation product manufacturer previously attracted considerable criticism for operating a factory in an Israeli settlement in the ...

CJ Werleman

Why Israel wants to ban filming Israeli soldiers

Comment: Israeli lawmakers' attempts to muzzle citizen journalists and the press shows the power of their narratives, writes CJ Werleman.

Charlie Hoyle

Explainer: Life in Gaza under Israel's blockade

Gaza is one of the most densely populated territories on the planet, with two million Palestinians crammed into just 362 square kilometres – and ...

Book review: Gaza: An inquest into its martyrdom

Usaid Siddiqui

Book review: Gaza: An inquest into its martyrdom

Book review: Norman Finkelstein's work is an incisive guide to Gaza's destruction, offering crucial analysis rarely found in the western media, ...

The New Arab

BDS campaigners get Sabra Hummus off university campus shelves

BDS campaigners at the University of Manchester petitioned to remove the Sabra Hummus brand from the campus shop, slamming the university's ...

War in 140 characters

James Snell

War in 140 characters

Book review: Patrikarakos' accessible new book details how the clash of perceptions and battle of narratives have become essential features of ...

Israel to probe killing of disabled Palestinian in Gaza

The New Arab

Israel to probe killing of disabled Palestinian in Gaza

The killing of disabled Palestinian activist Ibrahim Abu Thuraya - who was reportedly shot in the head while holding a peaceful protest - has ...

Ibrahim Abu Thuraya: A symbol of Gaza's resilience

The New Arab

Ibrahim Abu Thuraya: A symbol of Gaza's resilience

Since Ibrahim Abu Thuraya lost his legs in an Israeli attack a decade ago, he has become a symbol of the struggle and resilience of the ...

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