Middle East

The bias in Israeli media coverage of Gaza protests

Many Israeli journalists rely on the military for information and access to areas where news is happening. Fear of losing that access stops reporters from challenging the military’s narrative that the protesters were trying to invade Israel.

The Listening Post

Israel-Palestine: Split screens and dissonant narratives

A ceremony in Jerusalem, a massacre in Gaza and how the media covered both. Plus, spies on air in the US.

REWIND

Sheikh Jarrah: A Tale of Eviction and Resettlement

Six years on, a young Palestinian reflects on coming of age in one of the world's most contested cities.

Gaza

Gaza protests: All the latest updates

Palestinians mark 70 years since the ethnic cleansing of their homeland during the creation of Israel.

Inside Story

The burning frustration of the Palestinian people

Why do so many Palestinians believe Arab nations are not doing enough to end their plight?

Middle East

UN votes to send war crimes investigators to Gaza

UN Human Rights Council decides to urgently dispatch investigators to probe Israel's killing of Palestinians in Gaza.

Middle East

UN votes to send war crimes investigators to Gaza

UN Human Rights Council decides to urgently dispatch experts to probe Israel's killing of Palestinians in Gaza.

UN votes to send war crimes investigators to Gaza

Middle East

UN rights chief: Israel's Gaza response 'wholly disproportionate'

Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein slams Israel for killing Palestinian protesters caged in 'toxic slum from birth to death'.

UN rights chief: Israel's Gaza response 'wholly disproportionate'

Turkey

Erdogan: UN 'finished' after failing to act over Gaza

Turkey will evacuate Palestinians wounded by Israel's use of deadly force, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.

Erdogan: UN 'finished' after failing to act over Gaza killings

United States

Critics denounce South Carolina's new 'anti-Semitism' law

A recently passed South Carolina law targets criticism of Israel in schools by branding it anti-Semitic.

Critics denounce South Carolina's new 'anti-Semitism' law

Middle East

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

As Palestinians marked 70 years of Nakba, Israel responded by firing live ammunition - killing dozens of demonstrators.

Palestinians' Great March of Return: The human cost

Turkey

Airport frisking video deepens Israel-Turkey tension

Turkey and Israel expel each other's envoys in an escalating diplomatic dispute over killing of 62 Palestinians in Gaza.

Al Nakba

Nakba: 'Day of Catastrophe' observed by Palestinians 

Palestinians commemorate Nakba Day and protest the killings of more than 60 people in Gaza throughout the West Bank.

Nakba: 'Day of Catastrophe' observed by Palestinians 

Middle East

Trump assistant Victoria Coates on Israel-Palestine peace deal

Coates said the solution to be reached is up to Palestine and Israel.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

'He was my whole world': Palestinians mourn killing of loved ones

Palestinian families in Gaza in shock and mourning after Israeli army killed 62 people protesting their right of return.

'He was my whole world': Palestinians mourn killing of loved ones