Islamic Jihad


The Goldstone Report: The Legacy of the Landmark Investigation of the Gaza Conflict

Henry Siegman recounts the controversy over the Goldstone Report in Israel and expands on the country's continued moral depravity.

Israel’s Persecution of Ameer Makhoul

At any time, from 7,000 - 12,000 or more Palestinians are politically persecuted and imprisoned, including young children.

Woman humiliated in video to sue Israeli army

The victim in the latest scandal of an Israeli soldier filmed dancing around a bound Palestinian woman said she will sue the Israeli army over the humiliation she underwent.

Fatah: Collaborationist Israeli ally

Stephen Lendman charts the shameful record of Palestinian National Authority President Mahmoud Abbas and his Fatah faction, who since the Oslo accords of 1973 have played the role of Israel’s

Gaza: a castle in the sand

Abu Raad's home is built of mud. Hewn from concrete splits, water and sand, the artifice is necessary because of an Israeli siege that bars all raw materials into the

Islamic Jihad prisoner goes on hunger strike in Abbas’s jails

An Islamic Jihad-affiliated prisoner in Mahmoud Abbas’s jails in the West Bank went on hunger strike five days ago and still refuses to eat in protest at detaining him without

Israeli military deportation order met with Palestinian outrage

The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) has issued a new military order that would go into effect this week allowing it to deport thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, a

Megiddo prisoners threaten to go on open hunger strike

The Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli Megiddo prison on Saturday declared their intention to go on an open-ended hunger strike if the prison administration persisted in refusing their demands and

Palestinian factions in Gaza agree on unified resistance strategy

Ismail Al-Ashqar, representing Hamas in the meeting on Saturday, described it as "positive" during which agreement was reached a number of important issues.

Abu Marzouk champions broad plan to preserve holy sites

Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk, the deputy political bureau chairman of Hamas, has advocated a Pan-Arab plan to support steadfastness of Jerusalemites in their city, warning that statements would be of