Israeli police attack Shireen Abu Akleh’s funeral in Jerusalem

Live video footage from Al Jazeera showed groups of heavily armed Israeli police officers attacking the large procession, beating people with batons and firing stun grenades into the crowd, and ripping Palestinian flags out of the hands of mourners.

Israeli police attack Shireen Abu Akleh’s funeral in Jerusalem

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Canada failed when it trained Ukrainian troops linked to the far right, says Nazi hunter

Canada failed when it trained Ukrainian troops linked to the far right, says Nazi hunter

A top Nazi hunter and Holocaust scholar says Canada failed when it allowed Ukrainian military personnel connected to far-right groups to receive training as recently as 17 months ago.

Efraim Zuroff of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Israel said in an interview with this newspaper that Canada failed to properly monitor its own military training program. “The Canadian government didn’t do its due diligence,” he said. “It’s the responsibility of the Canadian defence ministry to know exactly who they are training.”

“There is no question that there are neo-Nazis in different forms in Ukraine, whether they are in the Azov regiment or other organizations,” he added.

Gaza’s Forthcoming Crisis Might Be Worse Than Anything We Have Ever Seen

“The water is back,” one family member would announce in a mix of excitement and panic, often very late at night. The moment such an announcement was made, my whole family would start running in all directions to fill every tank, container or bottle that could possibly be filled. Quite often, the water would last for a few minutes, leaving us with a collective sense of defeat, worrying about the very possibility of surviving

Gaza’s Forthcoming Crisis Might Be Worse Than Anything We Have Ever Seen

British rapper Lowkey vows not to be silenced on Palestine after bid to remove him from Spotify

British rapper Lowkey vows not to be silenced on Palestine after bid to remove him from Spotify

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Israel pulls the plug on its anti-BDS app — ‘a failure from the start’

“Keeping up with the evolving trends of social media, Act-IL is decommissioning the App, and will continue working with all of our other social medial platforms and community channels,” reads an email to the app’s users. “We are not going anywhere! I invite you to remain active, follow us on Instagram, Facebook and all our other channels where we will continue to share daily calls to action and impactful educational content.”