August 6, 2014
A ceasefire in the besieged Gaza Strip has entered its second day while Israeli and Palestinian delegations in the Egyptian capital of Cairo prepare for talks in a bid to extend the 72-hour truce.
A longer list of boycotted products – including garment, chocolates and beauty products – are being share via social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.
Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg went ahead with his play in Tel Aviv, despite the conflict in Gaza reaching breaking point.
Britain's prime minister, David Cameron, came under mounting pressure over his failure to act against Israeli actions in Gaza.
Jordan has submitted a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) calling for a permanent cessation of Israel’s atrocities in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Will there ever be normality in the Gaza Strip? Along with the high death toll, Israeli forces destroyed infrastructure, including the largest water treatment plant, resulting in raw sewage flowing through the tattered land. How will Gaza recover?
Former US president calls for international investigation into human rights violations by Israel cites uneven civilian casualties on both sides.
A phone call between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was mysteriously disconnected on Sunday.
Israel is willing to agree to the rebuilding of the Gaza Strip in exchange for the disarmament of militant groups there, an official said Tuesday.
August 5, 2014
The senior Foreign Office minister Baroness Warsi has resigned over David Cameron's stance on the Gaza conflict, reminding us of the era of Clare Short and Robin Cook's departures in the time of the allied invasion of Iraq, 2003.
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad al-Malki is pushing for a war crimes case at the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Israel over the recent offensive in Gaza.
Hamas said Tuesday that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has failed to achieve his objectives from a deadly military onslaught on the Gaza Strip.
Palestinian singer Mohammad Assaf is doing everything in his power for Gaza as it continues to get attacked by Israel.
The UK's most powerful Muslim politician, Sayeeda Warsi, resigned Tuesday in protest to the British government's failure to act over Gaza.
Spain's government announced an arms embargo on Israel due to the ongoing operations in Gaza and the increasing civilian death toll.