Legalizing injustice in the Negev and implications for “democracy” in Israel

Nasser Rego considers the legal and political framework of the escalating ethnic cleansing of the Negev – or Naqab – by the Israeli authorities and argues that, given the fracturing

Doron Zahavi accused of running Israel’s Abu Ghraib

A police officer known as “Major George” who is accused of torturing Arab prisoners in his previous role as chief interrogator in a secret military jail has been appointed to

Second release order for MB detained in international networking case

A Criminal Court in Cairo decided on the release of Dr. Osama Suleiman, one of the Muslim Brotherhood leaders

Security forces barbarically invade houses of peaceful petitioners including MB leader

Security forces in Alexandria engaged in a massive raid on the houses of 10 members of the Muslim Brotherhood involved in raising public awareness urging voters to sign the petition

A Year Has Passed on His Forced Disappearance

The Association For Human Rights Legal Aid, AHRLA, and the Arabic Network for Human Rights Information, ANHRI, filed, today, the communiqué #14426 to the Public Prosecutor demanding an immediate inquiry

Israeli troops kidnap 700 children every year

Journalist for Haaretz newspaper Amira Hass said the Israeli occupation forces kidnap every year about 700 Palestinian children, many of them are rounded up from schools, at the pretext of

New Israeli organ trafficking ring busted in Ukraine

The Ukrainian authorities announced Friday the arrest of 12 people, most of them Israelis, belonging to an organ-trafficking ring headed by an Israeli woman.

Hewitt: The humanitarian situation in besieged Gaza catastrophic

Head of the British charity Interpal, Ibrahim Hewitt, said the humanitarian situation in the besieged Gaza Strip went beyond the crisis stage and became disastrous in every sense of the

Tony Blair Must Be Prosecuted For War Crimes – By John Pilger

Tony Blair must be prosecuted, not indulged like his mentor Peter Mandelson. Both have produced self-serving memoirs for which they have been paid fortunes.

Jordan : Mass Blocking of Websites for Flimsy Reasons

The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information said ,today, that the Jordanian government should reconsider the decision of blocking tens of websites from public workers.