Black chronicles of Palestine, October 2015 Day in day out the news is of the murder and injury of unarmed Palestinians, many of them children, on the streets of the occupied Palestinian towns and villages. A monstrous scenario has been developed…
The Hague-based international tribunal has been referred to as the “last resort for prosecution of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity”.
Israeli occupation army murders Tamer Samour (22) and Odai Nafez Jaber (19), injures hundreds with live ammunition during West Bank protests against Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza.
The cardinal principle of distinction in international humanitarian law requires that the parties to a conflict always distinguish between civilians and civilian objectives on the one hand and combatants and military objectives on the other.
Palestinian medical and health organizations signing this appeal demand immediate intervention to save the people of Gaza.
Occupation soldiers attacked people protesting Apartheid Israel’s war on Gaza, pushing them with their shields and throwing sound grenades directly at them.
Hospitals in the West Bank are getting ready to respond to Israel’s terror attack on Gaza that has already claimed more than 120 lives, with hundreds injured, and are inviting people to donate blood for Gaza.
“Stupidness is not an excuse” [sic] was once written on the Apartheid Wall that Israel is building in Palestine, in violation of international law. Nor are Zionist lies about ‘security’ and ‘self-defence’.
Gaza-based BDS activists and Palestine’s Students’ Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel (PSCABI) call on the people of conscience to stand on the right side of history and support the people of Gaza against Israel’s crimes.
Israel continues attacking civilian population in Palestinian cities and villages for the 6th day/night in a military crackdown operation which ticks all boxes for the term ‘collective punishment’, illegal under international law.
To commemorate the 3-year anniversary of the murder of Italian human rights activist Vittorio Arrigoni, children of Asira in Nablus plant an olive tree and sing Bella Ciao.