Green-lighting torture in Israel: A tragic, unifying court decision - comment

While torture is generally condemned, it is allowed in Israel in the limited situation of a ticking bomb. So why was it used in this case to solve a crime?


Jewish terrorist serving life appeals High Court, gets rejected

Amiram Ben-Uliel murdered the Palestinian Dawabshe family in Duma in 2015. He appealed to the court in March, claiming he was tortured into confessing.

How to go on the offensive against anti-Zionists

From the Palestinian leadership’s misogyny, intolerance of LGBQT+, dictatorship-style treatment of journalists and their citizens, and kleptocracy: Narratives to go on the offensive.

Palestinian leaders are waging a war on Palestinians - opinion

How many Palestinians will be targeted and oppressed by their own leadership – for lack of a better term – before these self-proclaimed pro-Palestinian voices will speak up?

Hamas and PA torture of jailed Palestinians is 'crime against humanity' - HRW

Torture and mistreatment of Palestinians by the PA and Hamas may amount to crimes against humanity, HRW and Lawyers for Justice said.

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Man suspected of murdering a Palestinian accuses Shin Bet of torture

Palestinian Ali Hassan Harav was killed last week during a fight near Ariel with a group of 14-year-old Jews and grown-ups accompanying them.

Russia opens criminal cases into alleged torture of its soldiers by Ukraine

Ukraine has said it checks all information regarding the treatment of prisoners of war and will investigate any violations and take appropriate legal action.


Torture or saving lives: The alleged Shin Bet abuse of Palestinian detainees

Since 2001, there have been 1,300 torture complaints, but barely any criminal investigations. Even as investigations deepened, there has still not been a single indictment.

Iranian witness to torture of wrestler Navid Afkari killed

Shahin Naseri said he was an “eyewitness to medieval torture” of the executed wrestler.

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North Korea tortures and executes Christians, USCIRF says

A United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) report states North Korea secretly and regularly violates the religious freedoms of civilians.

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