Displaying items by tag: violation against Rules Military Occupation
Israel warned consumer goods giant Unilever Plc (ULVR.L) on Tuesday of "severe consequences" from a decision by subsidiary Ben & Jerry's to stop selling ice cream in Israeli-occupied territories, and urged U.S. states to invoke anti-boycott laws.
American ice-cream brand Ben & Jerry's on Monday said it would stop marketing its products in the occupied Palestinian territories, bowing to Palestinian pressure campaigns and saying that selling there was "inconsistent" with company values.
With the failure of the law’s renewal, more Palestinians will begin the arduous and expensive process of applying to Israeli authorities to obtain residency rights for their West Bank spouses.
The Palestine Red Crescent reported 379 protesters were wounded – 31 of them by live ammunition.
UN rights expert says settlements violate ban on an occupying power transferring part of its civilian population into occupied territory.
Analysts say all outposts are a backdoor to keep claiming Palestinian land after Israel committed to freezing settlements in the Oslo Accords in 1993.
Israel’s Supreme Court on Thursday upheld a controversial law that defines the country as the nation state of the Jewish people -- rejecting claims by opponents that it discriminates against minorities.
Israeli forces on Thursday demolished the family home of a Palestinian-American man accused of being involved in a deadly attack on Israelis in the West Bank in May.
Israeli forces destroyed homes and farming equipment in Humsa al-Baqai’a in the occupied Jordan Valley.
Israel on Wednesday demolished the Bedouin herding community of Khirbet Humsu in the occupied West Bank, the latest chapter in the military’s attempts to uproot the Palestinian village of makeshift homes.