Inside Story
Justice for Rachel Corrie?
Israel has to defend itself in court for the death of a pro-Palestinian activist.
Last Modified: 12 Mar 2010 20:10 GMT

It is publicity the Israelis did not want. They have long been accused of white-washing investigations into the deaths of foreign activists.
But now the family of a young American woman is forcing the State of Israel to defend itself in court.
Rachel Corrie was crushed to death beneath an Israeli army bulldozer seven years ago, as she tried to stop it demolishing a Palestinian home. 
Will the truth about what happened to Rachel Corrie finally be told? And will there be justice for her at last?

Inside Story presenter Shiulie Ghosh is joined by Huwaida Arraf, one of the founders of the International Solidarity Movement, Dan Izerman, the legal affairs correspondent at the Jerusalem Post, and Ian Black, the Middle East editor at the British Newspaper The Guardian.

This episode of Inside Story airs from Thursday, March 11, 2010 at 1730GMT and 2230GMT, with repeats on Friday at 0530GMT and 1030GMT.

Topics in this article
Featured on Al Jazeera
The author argues that in the new economy, it's people, not skills or majors, that have lost value.
Colleagues of detained Al Jazeera journalists press demands for their release, 100 days after their arrest in Egypt.
Mehdi Hasan discusses online freedoms and the potential of the web with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.
A tight race seems likely as 814 million voters elect leaders in world's largest democracy next week.
A vocal minority in Ukraine's east wants to join Russia, and Kiev has so far been unable to put down the separatists.
Iran's government has shifted its take on 'brain drain' but is the change enough to reverse the flow?
Deadly attacks on anti-mining activists in the Philippines part of a global trend, according to new report.
Activists say 'Honor Diaries' documentary exploits gender-based violence to further an anti-Islamic agenda.
As Syria's civil war escalates along the Turkish border, many in Turkey are questioning the country's involvement.
join our mailing list