Israel’s policies toward Palestinians once again come under criticism with a new rights group report accusing the state of Apartheid.
After failing to prevent a boycott movement against the country, Israel is investing millions of dollars to reshape its image online.
Who next will Israel label as “antisemitic” or “terrorist” in its attempts to silence its critics and to impede the work of human rights in the territory it controls?
A leaked foreign ministry cable reveals the Israeli government's aim to stir popular sentiment in the US and elsewhere against Ben & Jerry’s and Unilever.
Israeli political figures have met the announcement with anger.
A growing wave of labour unions in the US are coming out in support of the Palestinian struggle against Israeli apartheid.
The Israelis have long relied on a public diplomacy strategy to dominate the arena of narrative control and information manipulation.
The country's parliament has equated the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement to anti-Semitism, but the resolution says more about Germany than it does about BDS.
The US Secretary of State becomes the first senior American official to visit an illegal Israeli settlement in the West Bank.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo becomes first top US diplomat to visit occupied West Bank’s Israeli settlements – a move seen by many as Washington’s tacit acceptance of illegal construction and occupation.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wants to punish organisations that have been critical of Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians living under occupation.
Documents obtained by Jewish-American magazine, Forward, showed that officials had given Christian Zionist group, Proclaiming Justice to the Nations, tens of thousands of dollars.
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