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December 13, 2017

The State Attorney’s Office Virtual Reality

by MORDECHAI KREMNITZER in Haaretz
The public's trust in the State Attorney's Office must be in tune with its performances. The investigation of Dean Issacharoff and branding him as a liar, undermines this trust. continue reading ›
June 27, 2017

Defend Israel’s anti-occupation group Breaking the Silence

Justice Minister Shaked is investigating the spokesman for the army veterans' group for breaking the silence on what he did in Hebron – nobody else among the countless veterans who've told similar stories and worse, just him continue reading ›
June 23, 2017

Police question Breaking the Silence spokesman after complaint by justice minister

Justice Minister Shaked urged the attorney general to investigate the anti-occupation group's spokesman over his testimony that he hit a Palestinian during his military service continue reading ›
May 27, 2017

Building a supermarket in Ramallah: part investment, part madness

An essay by Michael Chabon recounts the minor miracle achieved by Palestinian-American businessman Sam Bahour. continue reading ›
May 27, 2017

THE DOVEKEEPER AND THE CHILDREN’S INTIFADA

How a thirteen-year-old boy in Jerusalem became a Rorschach blot for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. continue reading ›
May 22, 2017

Architecture of Persecution

The 4000-year-old city of Jerusalem's rich archeological history is weaponized against Palestinians. By Hari Kunzru continue reading ›
May 20, 2017

Life Behind Israel’s Checkpoints

RAMALLAH, WEST BANK — Every conflict has its heroes. In Palestine they’re the taxi drivers. After living for half a century under occupation, I can no longer endure the anxiety of what might appear on the road, whether it is angry drivers bottlenecked at the hundreds of barriers scattered through the West Bank or the pathetic boys who throw themselves at your car pretending to clean the windshield, asking for money. The plight of these boys invariably makes me hate myself, forcing me to confront the extent to which my society has failed. Then, of course, there is the indignity of having to wait on the whim of an Israeli teenage soldier to motion me to pass. continue reading ›
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