By Samah Jabr The Orange Affair The Orange affair here is not the ominous orange of the victims of Guantanamo or the Islamic state – it about the French telecommunication company Orange and its recent affair with Israel. After announcing in Cairo that Orange was suspending its contract with Israel’s Partner Company, the CEO of […]
Hundreds of Israeli soldiers invaded, overnight, 10 villages in the central West Bank district of Ramallah, searched dozens of homes and property, and confiscated surveillance tapes, looking for the shooters who seriously wounded one Israeli settler, a…
By Matthew Ayton The people of the economically immiserated Gaza Strip have been given a semblance of relief as Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has announced that the Rafah crossing – Gaza’s lifeline with the outside world – will open more frequently. Sisi has observed Israel’s blockade on Gaza since his coming to power, and […]
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Israeli soldiers kidnapped two Palestinian children in Yatta town, near the southern West Bank city of Hebron, handed nine families notices to stop the construction of their homes, and demolished three tents and sheds in Jebna village.