by David Rosenberg * - Politico, OtherNews Israel’s ultra-Orthodox Jewish minority, Haredi, has enjoyed a good run over the past quarter of a century. Successive right-wing governments have handed them access to power and money, a booming economy saw the...
On Friday, July 13, a United Nations humanitarian convoy entered Gaza City. In this podcast, the story of what they saw “Some 300,000 people now remain in the north of Gaza, according to latest estimates from the UN agency for...
by Higerta Gjergji Massive protests have been taking place at universities across the United States for weeks. Students have occupied campuses to demand a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and an end to the universities’ partnerships with Israeli institutions and...
By Ambra Visentin The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court has asked the court's Pre-Trial Chamber to issue arrest warrants for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Defence Minister Yoav Gallant for "war crimes and crimes against humanity"...
by Lorenzo Forlani The death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash in northern Iran, near the border with Azerbaijan, is still shrouded in mystery. Conspiracy theories have pointed to the fact that Raisi's helicopter took off from...
by Mohammad Shamandafar (from Amman) “We have two messages: first, our commitment to staying here and our unwavering belief in the right of return. And second, a call to halt the brutal war on Gaza.” Mussa Saghir, a Palestinian citizen...
by Anna Violante This week has seen a wave of house demolitions in Bedouin villages and towns in Israel’s Negev desert. The most significant took place yesterday morning, when 600 police entered the unrecognised village of Wādī al-Khālīl using a...
by Ayça Çubukçu * - Boston Review, OtherNews On April 18 the new president of Columbia University and the previous director of London School of Economics, Minouche Shafik, called the New York Police Department to have Columbia students arrested for...
by Anna Violante Two days after the US Congress voted for billions of dollars in new aid to Israel and announced sanctions against far-right settlers and the ultra-Orthodox Netzah Yehuda Battalion for alleged abuses in the West Bank in 2022,...
by Mohammad Shamandafar* (from Amman) “This year Ramadan meant only sadness and shame.” A few days before the end of Eid al Fitr, which concludes the most important holiday for Muslims, R. is disappointed and angry. “Rather than spending on...

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