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Israel denies redress to thousands of Palestinians
Israel denies redress to thousands of Palestinians
Israel has given itself almost complete immunity from paying compensation in cases where its soldiers have killed, injured or disabled Palestinian...
What about actually doing something to support Palestine?
What about actually doing something to support Palestine?
"Whataboutism” is a virus that afflicts most apologists for apartheid Israel when they come into contact with someone who supports Boycott,...
Editorial: DA's diplomatic fumble
Editorial: DA's diplomatic fumble
The Democratic Alliance, in its explanation of Mmusi Maimane’s photo-op with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv, says its...
Police question Netanyahu as part of corruption probe
Police question Netanyahu as part of corruption probe
Police have grilled Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for three hours on suspicion of receiving gifts from businessmen, as part of a...
Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu to face questioning over corruption charges
Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu to face questioning over corruption charges
Israeli police are expected to question Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on a pair of corruption allegations, local media have reported.
Two-state solution to Middle East conflict in serious jeopardy - John Kerry
Two-state solution to Middle East conflict in serious jeopardy - John Kerry
US Secretary of State John Kerry warned on Wednesday that the future of a two-state solution to the Middle East conflict was in jeopardy, saying the...
Defying pressure, the United States lets UN denounce Israeli settlements
Defying pressure, the United States lets UN denounce Israeli settlements
The United States on Friday allowed the U.N. Security Council to adopt a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlement building, defying heavy...
Activist Leigh-Ann Naidoo to return to SA on Friday
Activist Leigh-Ann Naidoo to return to SA on Friday
South African activist Leigh Ann Naidoo is set to land on home soil after being detained by Israeli authorities while travelling on the Women’s...
Letters to the editor: September 9 to 15 2016
Letters to the editor: September 9 to 15 2016
It is unfortunate that Athandiwe Saba attempted to discredit some members of the Democratic Alliance’s Johannesburg mayoral committee (
Africa and Israel's roots are long-standing and ought to bear fruit for both
Africa and Israel's roots are long-standing and ought to bear fruit for both
Israel and Africa are neighbours and our relations go back to the biblical time of Genesis. The very beginnings of Jewish peoplehood began when...
​Israel is making inroads into Africa and no one seems to mind its checkered methods
​Israel is making inroads into Africa and no one seems to mind its checkered methods
At the end of July, Israel and the Republic of Guinea quietly announced they would be mending diplomatic relations after 49 years. Between the...
Israel approves the jailing of suspected 'terrorists' from the age of 12
Israel approves the jailing of suspected 'terrorists' from the age of 12
Israeli lawmakers have approved jailing children as young as 12 convicted of “terrorist offences” following repeated attacks by young...

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