Investigations of human rights officials attacked during demonstrations

Human rights watch stated that authorities in Egypt must end their beatings and arbitrary arrests of peaceful demonstrators and hold accountable those responsible.

IOF troops damage more Palestinian land, round up West Bankers

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in four army jeeps escorted five military bulldozers in an incursion east of Rafah city, southernmost of Gaza Strip, on Tuesday amidst indiscriminate firing and bulldozing

Zahhar: Gulf fleet soon to head for Gaza

MP Dr. Mahmoud Al-Zahhar, a political bureau member of Hamas, has said that a number of Gulf countries were planning to send a fleet of ships to the Gaza Strip

Indonesian parliamentary delegation arrives in Gaza

A 35-member Indonesian parliamentary delegation led by speaker Marzouki Ali arrived in the Gaza Strip on a six hours inspection visit.

Lieberman’s “peace” plan: strip Palestinians of citizenship

Jonathan Cook reports on Israel’s Moldovan bouncer-cum-Foreign Minister Avigdor Leiberman’s so-called “peace plan”, which entails stripping Israel’s Arab citizens of their citizenship and expelling them from the country.

Egypt: Investigate Officers Who Attacked Peaceful Protestors

Egyptian authorities should stop beating and arbitrarily arresting peaceful demonstrators and investigate those responsible, Human Rights Watch said today.

Letters from Palestine: a must-read book

Stuart Littlewood reviews Kenneth Ring’s book, Letters from Palestine, a collection of personal stories from Palestinians and an “an accurate portrayal of the plight of the Palestinians”, which “will put

Kenneth O’Keefe – Countering Israeli Propaganda (Must Watch Video Interview)

HARDtalk with Kenneth O'Keefe talks about the attack on the MV Mavi Marmara that was trying to run the blockade on Gaza.

Galloway: Lifeline 4 will participate in the world’s largest aid convoy to Gaza

Former British lawmaker and head of Viva Palestina George Galloway stated that his Lifeline 4 would join other convoys to form the world's largest ever aid convoy that would head

Palestinian Centre for Human Rights 2009 Annual Report – by Stephen Lendman

Today, 1.5 million Gazans struggle to rebuild their lives, "in spite of sustaining permanent disabilities, losing loved ones or becoming homeless" after war under siege – collective punishment in violation