PalestineDozens of Palestinians inhaled teargas on Friday, September 4, as Israeli occupation forces attacked the weekly protest against Israeli settlements in the village of Kafr Qadum in the northern occupied West Bank.

Morad Shtewi, an official in charge of the popular resistance committee in the village, told the Palestinian news agency WAFA that Israeli soldiers fired rubber-coated rounds and teargas at the protesters, causing many cases of wheezing, coughing, and choking from inhaling the gas. The injured were treated at the scene by local medics.

On Thursday, August 20, a day before the next weekly Friday protest, residents of Kafr Qadum discovered improvised explosive devices (IEDs) planted and camouflaged in an area where the...

unoFive Israeli human rights groups have petitioned the High Court of Justice (HCJ) to force Israel to rescind its Gaza fuel ban, as the United Nations warns that its absence has exacerbated the COVID-19 crisis. The petition to the HCJ, was filed by Gisha – Legal Center for Freedom of Movement, Adalah – The Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, HaMoked, ACRI, the Association for Civil...

Over 25 hospitalized patients and medical staff in the Hebron Governmental Hospital in the southern occupied West Bank suffered varying degrees of wheezing, coughing, and choking on Sunday, August 30, after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli occupation forces at Palestinian civilians nearby the hospital, according to the Palestinian news agency WAFA.

On Saturday night, Israeli occupation...

PAME denounces the invasion of the house of the Palestinian trade unionist, cadre of the WFTU and leader of the Workers Union Coalition Palestine, brother Muhammad Yahya Arkawi.

Israeli forces raided the house and arrested his son, 32-year-old builder Nael Muhammad, who is still being held at an unknown location.

PAME expresses its solidarity with the Workers Union Coalition Palestine and...

The World Peace Council stresses the centrality of the Palestinian issue for the Peace in the region and its firm position on the Palestinian matter as the crucial issue in the Middle East conflict. Commenting on the Israeli-Emirati (United Arab Emirates-UAE) agreement to normalize relations between them under US auspices, we underline that peace in the Middle East will only be achieved by...

The Workers Union Coalition in Palestine confirmed in its statement today that the announcement of the full normalization of relations between the UAE and the Zionist entity is a new stab in the side of our people and its national cause and will pave the way for more aggressive war, Judaization and settlement of Palestinian lands. 

The Workers Union Coalition condemned the role of the...

The World Federation of Trade Unions, which is the militant voice of 105 million members in 132 countries all over the world, strongly condemns the non-existence of the name of Palestine on the maps of Google, fact that contributes to the Israeli aggression against the People of Palestine. The excuses presented by Google cannot convince anyone, while they further expose the company in the eyes of...

The President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen), received at his presidential headquarters in Ramallah, Friday evening, August 7, a delegation from the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality (Hadash) headed by MK Ayman Odeh, leader of the Joint List and the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Israel, Adel Amer.

According to the Arabic-language communist daily...

Joint List IsraelJewish settlers vandalized a mosque and attempted to set it ablaze on Sunday night, July 26, in the West Bank Palestinian city of Al-Bireh near Ramallah according to Al Ittihad, the Arabic-language daily Communist newspaper.

MK Ayman Odeh condemned the attack and held Israel responsible. “It’s the fruit of the criminal occupation,” said the leader of the Joint List, and called on the Israeli...

Today, a coalition of 12 progressive organizations, including CODEPINK, If Not Now Movement, Demand Progress, and Win Without War, released a joint statement in response to reports that the DNC platform would not include any reference to the decades-long Israeli military occupation of the Palestinian Territories. The joint statement follows a letter, signed by over 100 organizations, to the Biden...

redglobeMore than 320 public figures from Latin America, including former national presidents, signed a statement on Friday, July 3, calling for the imposition of sanctions on Israel in response to its plan to annex portions of the occupied Palestinian territory and for its apartheid practices.

Among the most prominent signatories to the statement were former presidents Dilma Rousseff and Luiz...