Israel

F-35 fighter jets

Following a Dutch appeals court ruling to halt the export and transit of all F-35 parts to Israel within seven days, the Netherlands' government is taking the matter to the country’s Supreme Court, reports Binoy Kampmark.

The war on wages, Assange's final appeal & French farmers take action

Green Left journalist Isaac Nellist goes through the latest news from across the continent and around the world.

A person holding a sign that says: "We stand in solidarity with Teachers 4 Palestine"

Teachers and unionists protested showed their support for high school teacher Jason Wong, who is facing disciplinary action for supporting Palestine. Jacob Andrewartha reports.

The US-British airstrikes have hit the Yemeni capital of Sanaa

The United States and Britain claim they don't want to expand the war in the Middle East, when that is exactly what they are doing. Alex Salmon and Elizabeth Bantas report.

Cargo ship with Palestine flag overlay

The United States and its allies bombed targets in Yemen, after the Houthi-led government hit commercial shipping to and from Israel in the Red Sea, in solidarity with the people of Gaza, report Malik Miah and Barry Sheppard.

people protesting

Standing Together is a Jewish-Arab social movement in Israel, organising against racism and occupation and for equality and social justice. Its national field organiser Uri Weltmann spoke to Green Left’s Federico Fuentes about its response to Israel's war on Gaza and anti-Arab racism within Israel.

woman with tape over her mouth

The crackdown against Palestine solidarity activists and movements in Canada has intensified, as the shadow of a 'new McCarthyism' hangs over the country's universities, reports Jeff Shantz.

book cover, face

Walkley Award-winning Australian-Jewish journalist Antony Loewenstein’s book, The Palestine Laboratory, is a brilliant piece of investigative work, bringing together mountains of research and interviews, which lays bare the relationship between Israel’s brutal oppression of Palestinians and its booming arms industry, writes Ben Radford.

check point Palestine

Indian trade unions have condemned the government’s plan to send a scab workforce to Israel to replace Palestinian workers, saying it would make India “complicit” in Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza, reports Isaac Nellist.

Protest for Palestine Brisbane

As Israel’s bombardment of Gaza continues and its ground invasion looms, left parties from India, the Philippines and Malaysia stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people’s right to self determination and call for a political solution — not more loss of life, reports Susan Price.

NSW Labor is pulling out all stops to intimidate Palestinian Australians and their supporters from protesting Israel’s horrific attack on the 2.3 million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip. Pip Hinman reports

Palestine protest Sydney

More than 1000 people marched to the Opera House demanding an end to Israel’s occupation of Palestine, reports Isaac Nellist.