A 15-year-old Palestinian boy has been dubbed ‘Gaza’s Newton’. He’s successfully generated electricity, using scrap items to light up his displaced family’s tent.
This is the truth about the ICJ ruling against Israel that most of our media is not talking about, with Mouin Rabbani, interviewed by Owen Jones.
South Africa presents its case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (Video and Verbatim Record)
The International Court of Justice (ICJ), the principal judicial organ of the United Nations, holds public hearings on the request for the indication of provisional measures submitted by South Africa in the case South Africa v. Israel.
Interview with Hennie Strydom, president of SABILA and professor at the University of Johannesburg on the subject of the ICJ referral against Israel.
Francis Boyle is an American human rights lawyer and professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law.
Classic John Pilger documentary about the decades long occupation of Palestine and subjugation of the Palestinian people.
Nathan Thrall argues that the accident in which Abed Salama’s son died was a predictable, even inevitable, outcome of the Israeli occupation in its quotidian forms.
One night in 2005, Israeli soldiers came for Huda Dahbour’s teenage son. He was gone for a year and a half. The damage done to their family – and so many others like them – was incalculable
Jonathan Ofir interviews Israeli playwright Einat Weizman about her play ‘Prisoners of the Occupation’ and how theater can become a vehicle for political mobilization and change.