Israeli non-profit organization concerned with equal rights for Israelis and Palestinians

Israeli NGO to Biden: Mr. President, this is apartheid

Biden is a strong proponent of a two-state resolution to the conflict and plans to meet separately with Prime Minister Yair Lapid and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

IDF troops fired towards car without justification - video by B'Tselem

11-year-old Mohammed al-Alaama was hit in the chest after IDF troops fired at a family car last week. B'Tselem is calling it unjustified and criminal.

Site where B'Tselem activists burned Israeli territory near Kiryat Arba

B'Tselem activists arrested for torching land in West Bank

The activists were Imad Abu Shamsiyya, a photographer for B'Tselem who documented the controversial Elior Azaria case, and Araf Jabber.

Border Police activity in the city of Lod on Tuesday night.

Israeli police killed Palestinian who didn't pose threat - B'Tselem

Ahmad 'Abdu, 25, was sitting in his car in the West Bank city of al-Bireh when Israeli Special Police blocked his vehicle and opened fire.

More Palestinians think Israel supports apartheid than two states - poll

The results showed that, among those surveyed, 45% would consider Israel an apartheid state, while only 13% believe Israel to be serious about a two-state solution to the conflict.

Israeli police interrogate two Palestinian children detained last week

The story of the five children made headlines last week because of the dramatic video footage and photographs of the incident.

The entrance of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is seen in The Hague March 3, 2011.

EU countries gave NIS 50m. to Israeli NGOs supporting war crimes charges

Foreign governments gave Israeli groups over NIS 185,000,000 in 2017-2019.

UN calls for international support in Palestinian battle to rebuild Humsa

Both Israel and the Palestinians view the struggle over the village as part of the larger land battle for Area C.

Yoav Gallant

Haifa school that invited B’Tselem D-G may face sanctions, Gallant says

The national Teachers' Union however has announced that it supports the Hebrew Reali School and will stand alongside it on this issue.

The Reali school scandal - opinion

That the Reali school goes to the trouble of dealing with the issue of human rights is something to be commended, even though it is legitimate to criticize some of the content.

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