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Mogoeng’s Palestine stance calls into question his role at the ConCourt

We can only conclude that he ‘willingly and knowingly lent his personal credibility — and that of his office — to a white-washing of Israeli crimes’

Mogoeng on Israel: Bad faith and ‘impunified disregard’ for international law?

The chief justice needs to publicly account for his comments, by either walking them back or explaining his change of heart on international law and its institutions

‘No one cares’: Palestine’s pain persists, 50 years on

In the ‘jubilee year’ of the Israeli occupation, the world must refocus its attention on this human rights outrage

​Liberate Palestine, bring down the walls of Israel

Palestine is a series of islands in a sea of Israel — a repressive state that uses force to curtail freedom.

US sentiment shifts regarding Israel-Palestine conflict

Two-thirds of Americans want the government to end its traditional bias in favour of Israel and young Israelis want occupation and subjugation to end.

Tales that give insights into the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

The complicated Arab-Israeli situation is hard to write about but makes for fascinating if often harrowing reading.

ANC naive to trust Hamas’s advances

"Actually, Gaza is occupied, not by Israel but by a tyrannical Islamist regime that ruthlessly imposes its will on a captive, voiceless population."

Hamas committed to a just solution

The Palestinian group says it is the occupation, not Jews or Judaism, that is the problem.

World must deal with root causes of Palestinian/Israeli conflict

Jailed Palestinian leader calls on international community to tackle root cause of violence between Palestinians and Israelis.

Jerusalem on the brink of civil war

Both Jews and Arabs have been seized by fear, and a call to arms has heightened tensions.

Israel turns up heat on activist group

Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement is 'anti-Semitic' and a 'first-rate strategic threat'.

Israeli Apartheid Week: For and against

Israel's domination of Palestinians fits the apartheid bill, writes Suraya Dadoo. Activist Bassem Eid presents a counter-narrative to Michael Coetzee.

Street artist Banksy interprets Gaza strife with irony

British artist Banksy makes comment on Gaza's privations in a satirical mini-video that depicts the war-torn strip as a peculiar utopia.

Protocols that bend at ethnicity

Palestinian teen Malak al-Khatib confessed to throwing stones but it seems she was intimidated.

The struggle for liberation and land needs you

Palestinians must liberate themselves but, against a powerful enemy, they need any help they can get.

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