European Human Rights Court Bans Al Qaeda Preacher's DeportationA preacher suspected of bombings in Jordan will soon be free in Britain because the European Court of Human Rights blocked his deportation.
Egyptians Protest Gov't Raid on Pro-Democracy NGOsThe Egyptian Social Democratic Party called for a demonstration Monday night to protest last week's raid on a group of pro-democracy NGOs.
Arab League: Assad Making Observer Mission a 'Mockery'The 88-member Arab Parliament has called for the Arab League to withdraw its observers from Syria saying it is 'giving Assad a cover'
Syrian Army Defectors Kill Loyalist TroopsClashes at dawn between Syrian Army defectors and government loyalist troops left 27 soldiers and security personnel dead on Thursday.
Business Owners Suffer from Car Glut in GazaIt's a small region -- and car dealers in Gaza are complaining that the market is becoming glutted.
UN Says Syria Guilty of Crimes against HumanityA United Nations human rights panel accuses Syria of committing war crimes in its brutal suppression of the Arab Spring uprising.
UNESCO Accepts Syria for Human Rights CommitteesUNESCO's executive board has unanimously approved Syria's membership on two human rights committees.
Bahrain Admits "Excessive Force" During UnrestBahrain's government admitted excessive force and prisoner mistreatment during unrest in the kingdom earlier this year.
Egypt: Man Gets Jail for Facebook PostsDespite hopes for freedom, Egypt continues to jail citizens for “insulting Islam.” Man gets jail, hard labor for Facebook posts.
Humanitarian Aid Continues to Flow Into Gaza Via IsraelGaza continues to receive tons of humanitarian supplies via Israel while spending its money to reward terrorists for murdering Israelis.
Syrian Death Toll Rises to More than 2,900The death toll in Syria has risen to 2,900 since the start of the anti-government grassroots uprising seven months ago, the U.N. reports.
Cameron Takes Aim at Immigration, Rights PoliciesBritish prime minister David Cameron said he wants to scrap the Human Rights Act and cancel citizenship for foreign workers.
PA Residents: Where are 'Human Rights' when PA Oppresses Us?PA Arabs rally against wave of detentions, ask where human rights groups are when PA oppresses its people.
Video: Who Denies the Palestinians’ Human Rights?While the PA claims that Israel violates the Arabs' human rights, a new video shows who really does so: their Arab cousins.
Iran Using Executions to Quell DissentHuman rights group say Iran is executing nearly two people per day, many in secret, to quell dissent.
IDF Delivers Goods to Gaza but Flotilla Leader Claims ’Blockade’The IDF oversees the shipment of 6,000 tons of food, fuel, goods and material to Gaza every day as flotilla leaders allege a “blockade” exists.
Assad Forms National Dialogue CommitteeSyrian President Assad forms a committee to set up bases for a national dialogue, releases political prisoners.
Syria, Candidate for UN Rights Council, Cuts Off Water SuppliesSyria, a candidate for the UN Human Rights Council, cuts off water and electricity to the city of Dara'a, near Jordan. Army seals border.
British Government Runs Out of Appeals on Prisoner FranchiseThe European Human Rights Court quashed a British appeal and set a deadline for prisoner voting.
Despite Attacks, IDF Sends Food, Supplies to GazaDespite ongoing attacks, the IDF has continued its policy of transferring food, medicine, and other items to Gaza
Israel Rewards Hamas with Building Material for Schools, HomesHamas still holds Gilad Shalit and cancels another ceasefire, but Israel allows transfer of material for Gaza homes and schools.
Doctors in Rambam Save Gaza ToddlerA two-year-old girl from Gaza is recovering well following life-saving surgery at Rambam Hospital.
LatmaTV: Suicide Terrorists Join Human Rights MovementLatma, winner of IMW's 2011 Media Criticism Prize, has suicide terrorists joining human rights group, criticizing attempts to investigate funding.
IDF Trains Officers for Helping Arab Civilians during BattleThe IDF is ready for the media and international criticism during the next war by training officers to help civilians during fighting.
Attacks on Jews Continue, As Does Humanitarian Aid to GazaRock attacks on Jewish drivers continue in Judea and Samaria, while Arabs in Gaza received thousands of tons of humanitarian aid supplies as usual.
Israeli Hospitals Treat 180,000 PA Arabs180,000 PA Arabs were treated in Israeli hospitals last year, IDF Civil Administration reports.
Carter a 'No Show' in GazaFormer US President Jimmy Carter bowed out at the last minute and inexplicably did not join the global Elders group in touring Gaza from Egypt.
Israel Delivers Aid to Gaza, Even Under Rocket FireHundreds of tons of construction materials are delivered to Gaza along with more humanitarian aid, even as its terrorists fire rockets at Israel.
Justice Ministry Holding Up Classrooms in Judea, SamariaHuman Rights group furious with Deputy Attorney General for delaying building of 23 classrooms.
Bargain Prices for 'Zionist' Clothes in New Gaza Luxury MallAs Hamas leaders complain Israel is causing poverty, a new luxury mall opens in Gaza, complete with air conditioning, Israeli and foreign goods.
Human Rights Groups: Disband Leftist Team in Justice MinistryNGOs meeting Attorney General to claim team headed by Shai Nitzan hounds Jewish communities.
US Praise for Israel's 'New Deal' for GazaThe US is singing praises of Israel’s new “positive” Gaza policy: an import list that defines only what is prohibited.
Aid to Gaza Flows Despite Rocket Attacks on IsraelHumanitarian aid continues to flow into Gaza despite the stepped-up rocket attacks on southern Israeli communities emanating from the region.
The Week's Assistance to Gaza, June 6-12Last week more than 12,000 tons of humanitarian aid and more than a million tons of fuel were delivered to Gaza.
Israel to Ease Blockade but Maintain Sea EmbargoIsrael has agreed to ease its blockade of the material and goods into Gaza but will continue its maritime blockade.
A Tale of Two Worlds: Gaza and the Global VillageGazans’ life expectancy is well above average; infant mortality rates are far higher in famine-plagued countries, but world aid pours in to PA.
Obama to Offer More Aid to Gaza Despite Benefits for HamasObama’s balancing act: More aid to Gaza but not to Hamas, ease blockade without hurting Israel or PA, smooth Abbas’s feathers over flotilla clash.
Photo Evidence of ‘Myth of Siege of Gaza’An Israeli study explodes the "myth of the siege of Gaza. The Washington Post reports: Pharmacies look as well-supplied as a typical Rite Aid.
Video: Hamas Refuses Flotilla AidSupplies carried aboard the Gaza flotilla and unloaded in Ashdod are waiting for Hamas – but the terrorist group hasn't come to pick them up.
Video: Free Gaza – from HamasA “Free Gaza- from Hamas” video intersperses its terror with evidence of plenty of food and merchandise. Hamas still blocking humanitarian aid.
'Humanitarian Aid’ to Gaza Bypasses Fatah MembersHamas is using its stranglehold on Gaza to prevent humanitarian aid from reaching supporters of the rival Fatah party, Der Spiegel reports.
Israel's Aid to Gaza: 'No PA Arab Denied Medical Care'No PA Arab in Gaza has been denied medical care in Israel, officials say – but if the PA prevents access, there is nothing Israel can do.
Foreign Ministry: Flotilla Organizers Promote Agenda, Not AidIsrael says organizers of a flotilla hoping to force its way into Gaza want to promote a political agenda, rather than offer aid.
The Week's Assistance to Gaza, May 9-14More than 14,000 tons of humanitarian aid were delivered to Gaza residents last week through the various crossings with Israel.
The Week's Assistance to Gaza: May 9, 2010More than 17,000 tons of humanitarian aid were transferred to Gaza last week through the various crossings with Israel.
The Week's Assistance to Gaza: April 27, 2010An official ban on commercial trade with Israel has not stopped Gaza from accepting weekly deliveries of thousands of tons of humanitarian aid.
The Week's Assistance to Gaza 21.04.10More than 17,000 tons of humanitarian aid were delivered to Gaza from Israel last week through the various crossings.
Hamas Kills Two Gazans for Allegedly Assisting IsraelHamas defies Abbas by bringing back the death penalty without Fatah's authorization. Two killed for allegedly assisting Israel.
Gaza Rights Groups Angered by Misfired Terrorist RocketGaza human rights organizations angered by rocket that accidentally hit Arabs, not Jews.
This Week's Aid to GazaLast week Israel allowed some 500 Gaza Arabs and 10,000 Arabs in Judea and Samaria to enter pre-1967 Israel in order to visit their families.
Muslim Congressman in Gaza, Tweets ‘Disaster Stories’ Back HomeThe first Muslim in Congress visited Gaza, being careful to avoid Hamas and vowing to prove to colleagues the “disaster caused by Israel.”
Israel Keeps Gaza Crossings Open, Egyptian Border ClosedMore than 13,000 tons of humanitarian aid made their way into Gaza last week as Egypt continues to keep its border shut.
France Advocating for Syrian Human Rights AttorneyFrench Prime Minister Francois Fillon intervenes to persuade the Syrian government to free 43-year-old human rights attorney Mohannad al-Hassani.
A Tale of Two Gazas: Website Pictures Deny ‘Humanitarian Crisis’A Tale of Two Gazas: An Arabic-language site showed a world of plenty for Arabs celebrating a recent festival; its English site focused on misery.
'Viva Palestina' Blocked from Gaza ShortcutEgypt blocked a leftist British convoy headed for Gaza from taking a shortcut through Sinai. The 'Viva Palestina' leftists are stuck at Aqaba.
Human Rights Activists Ban ‘Settlers’ at Protest MarchActivists have drawn the ‘red line’ at the Green Line to ban a Yesha rights newspaper at a march on behalf of people’s’ rights. “It’s propaganda.”
‘Human Rights Watch’ Founder Denounces His Group as Anti-IsraelThe founder of Human Rights Watch has castigated his own group for ignoring Israel’s freedoms as well as “brutal and autocratic” Arab regimes.