We must admit the truth: Palestinian children in Israel are considered like insects

The difference between children

The difference between children It is human that the killing of an Israeli boy, a child of ours, would arouse greater identification than the death of some 478 Palestinian child. What is incomprehensible is the Israeli response to the killing of their children. By Gideon Levy After the first child, nobody batted an eye; after the 50th not even a slight tremor was felt in … [Read more...]

Stories from Gaza

Said Al-Raee and Wafa Kafarna work for NRC in Gaza. Photo: NRC

Several of Norwegian Refugee Council's (NRC) Palestinian employees in Gaza are affected by the war. Some have become displaced themselves. Read the Said and Wafa’s stories here. Said Al-Raee, NRC Monitoring and Evaluation Officer: I have been working for humanitarian organizations in different countries for 7 years now. To be honest, I have never understood the feeling of … [Read more...]

The Prawer plan, special West Bank edition

The Prawer plan, special West Bank edition

Quietly, without demonstrations or consulting the stakeholders, the Civil Administration is cooking up a plan to relocate West Bank Bedouin into crowded new townships. By Amira Hass - Sabbah Report § What does this remind you of? Thousands of people are forced, at gunpoint, to leave their homes. They are herded together and the people with the guns force them to live … [Read more...]

Made In Israel: Agricultural Export From Occupied Territories

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Much of the agricultural produce exported from Israel is grown within Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, exported with label as produce of Israel. By Haitham Sabbah - Sabbah Report § Who Profits' report concerns the major Israeli agricultural export companies presently operating in occupied territories. The report demonstrates the severe … [Read more...]

Area C

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Israel exercises total control over Area C, which forms 61 percent of the land of the West Bank. Under the Oslo Accords (the 1993 interim agreement between Israel and the PLO), the West Bank was divided into three Areas, A, B and C, which were put under different jurisdictions. Within these parcels of land, the Palestinian and Israeli authorities have different levels … [Read more...]