Organizers unveiled a banner that read “MoMA Trustees Fund Genocide, Apartheid, and Settler Colonialism.”
Israeli Jewish scholars, working in Israel and worldwide, write to Patrick Cramer, President of the Max Planck Society, in support of Prof. Ghassan Hage and in protest of the accusations against him.
Israel/OPT: New evidence of unlawful Israeli attacks in Gaza causing mass civilian casualties amid real risk of genocide
- At least 95 civilians – nearly half of them children – killed in four unlawful strikes in Rafah
- Attacks took place in southern governorate supposed to be “safe”
- All four strikes are likely direct attacks on civilians and civilian objects and must be investigated as war crimes
Academics Across America Demand Immediate Ceasefire, Restoration of Humanitarian Aid, and a Just Resolution in Israel-Palestine.
Signatories: 4,000+ and growing
Israel’s war on Gaza has completely disrupted the educational system, with at least 94 professors killed so far
The South African Government has made an urgent request to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to consider whether the decision announced by Israel to extend its military operations in Rafah, which is the last refuge for surviving people in Gaza, requires that the court uses its power to prevent further imminent breach of the rights of Palestinians in Gaza.
Statement by Ghassan Hage regarding his sacking from the Max Planck Institute of Social Anthropology (February 9 2024)
Ghassan Hage, a prominent Australian anthropologist who has been subject to a "smear campaign" in Germany for voicing support for Palestine has hit back at his former employer Max Planck Institute for failing to defend him against false accusations of anti-Semitism.
A letter of Committee on Academic Freedom of the Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA) provides a list of Gaza university professors killed by Israel.
Editor’s notes: The list below is CPJ’s most recent and preliminary account of journalist deaths in the war. Our database will not include all of these casualties until we have completed further investigations into the circumstances surrounding them. For more information, read our FAQ.
Hind Rajab, a five-year-old Palestinian girl, was found dead Saturday nearly two weeks after she was trapped in a car with her dead family and surrounded by Israeli forces.