Council-led boycotts of goods made in occupied Palestinian territories are at risk of being banned
The British Government is signing up to a post-Brexit agreement seen by many as an unconditional endorsement of the dangerous direction the Israeli government is taking, reports Ben Gelblum
Do Boris Johnson, David Frost and the ERG want Northern Ireland to be stuck in a similar spiral of distrust and possible resumption of violence as the Israelis and Palestinians, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
Former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall – who headed the Foreign Office’s Middle East Peace Process Section for two years in the late 1990s – assesses reports that the UK’s embassy in Israel could move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem
The policy of sending people seeking asylum to camps and centres ‘offshore’ has led to criticism and human rights abuses – but the UK Government is doing it anyway
Sam Bright digs into the data to reveal the billions of pounds of lethal equipment sold by the UK to questionable regimes
Analysis into Israel’s airstrikes against tall buildings during the May 2021 conflict revealed 15 high-rises were hit – with Human Rights Watch asking if four of the strikes constituted a war crime15 high-rises were hit – with Human Rights Watch asking if four of the strikes constituted a war crime
After 47 Muslim pupils and teachers faced censure for expressing solidarity with Palestine during the recent conflict with Israel, a human rights group has launched a legal challenge against the Secretary of State
CJ Werleman says that the so-called ‘cease-fire’ between the Israeli Government and Hamas just returns Palestinians to the status quo. It can’t last.
Nafeez Ahmed looks at the evidence the current conflict not only suits extremists on both sides, but also hides a deal to monopolise natural resources
The UK has provided training to both militaries, as well as approving millions of pounds in arms sales to Israel, reports Sam Bright
CJ Werleman assesses the claims and counterclaims of Hamas officials and Israeli politicians and sees little hope for civilians
The escalating conflict between Israeli forces, Palestinians and now Israeli Arabs makes the US President’s ‘bothsiderism’ increasingly untenable, says Jonathan Fenton Harvey
Ben Gelblum analyses Israeli views of the occupied territories, with a clear split in opinion over the annexation of the West Bank but also support for an Arab coalition partner in government
Steve Shaw reports on the assassination of Iran’s top nuclear scientist, which could be part of Israel and Donald Trump’s last-ditch effort to bury Barack Obama’s nuclear deal
Donald Trump’s foreign policy has led to more instability in the Middle East but, as Jonathan Fenton-Harvey reports, the election of Joe Biden may not mean significant change
CJ Werleman traces the evolution of a plan to equate Islam with ‘terrorism’ to an ideology deployed by Arab Gulf leaders and autocrats everywhere
Stephen Delahunty reports on how mainstream Western media outlets are marginalising the voices and experiences of Palestinians
Nikola Mikovic reports on how the US could be just as interested in the energy reserves of the Balkan Nations as boosting Benjamin Netanyahu
Political posturing has duped the West into celebrating a hollow Arab-Israeli accord, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
While there has been universal condemnation of Israel’s plans to annex parts of the Palestinian West Bank, Jonathan Fenton-Harvey explains how words alone won’t rescue the two-state solution
Alain Catzeflis looks at the chances that the Democratic Party US Presidential hopeful will find a path forward in the intractable Israel-Palestine question
The UK Government has said it does not encourage or support those operating in settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territories – despite a new UN report accusing British firms of being complicit in the violation of Palestinian rights.
CJ Werleman on a new report published by the UN which lists the companies profiting from Israel’s unlawful settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Peter Jukes on evidence that a former Guardian writer working for the Israeli security company threatened the award-winning Observer journalist.
Israel has branded the ICC as “anti-Semitic” after the court announced that it believes it has the basis to probe its crimes.