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Nigel Wilson

Palestine

Palestinian hunger strikers: 'They had no choice'

Family of Majd Ziadeh, one of 1,500 hunger-striking prisoners, say they support the fight for dignity and humanity.

Palestine

Palestinian factions compete in Birzeit elections

Birzeit student council elections are dominated by party divisions that came to define Palestinian politics.

Occupied West Bank

Fatima Hjeiji: Seventh child killed by Israel in 2017

A gifted mathematics student, Hjeij’s family do not believe the Israeli police's version of what happened.

Middle East

Palestinian 'day of rage' in support of prisoners

Palestinians across occupied territories protest in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners.

Human Rights

Israeli army 'among world's child rights violators'

Documented cases of killing and maiming of children prove that Israel is a child rights violator, rights groups say.

Palestine

How are Palestinians resisting Israel's settlement law?

Palestinians are petitioning Israeli courts against a law that forces them to lease their lands to Israeli settlers.

Jerusalem

Israel shuts down Arab primary school in East Jerusalem

Israeli occupation authorities shut down the private school a month ago, alleging an affiliation with Hamas.

FIFA

FIFA delay on Israeli settlement decision fuels concern

World football body will soon have to resolve the status of six Israeli football teams based in the occupied West Bank.

Palestine

Palestinian prisoners urged to boycott Israeli courts

A collective boycott of Israeli military court system is welcomed by prisoner rights groups.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Israel's hateful posts target Palestinian politicians

Tens of thousands of cases of online incitement via Israeli social media were documented last year.

Occupied West Bank

How European pension funds sustain Israeli occupation

Five largest funds have more than $8bn invested in companies that do business in Israeli settlements, report shows.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinian taxi driver still healing from hate crime

Eshaq Abu Jibneh was attacked in Jerusalem last summer by Israelis who called him a 'terrorist'.