Every year runners come from around the world to take part in the event, many of them probably unaware that they're running across stolen land
Al-Hroub grew up in refugee camp and teaches children about non-violence
The boy's home was struck by fragments of an Israeli missile targeting a Hamas militant camp next door
The MP for Dewsbury 'made clear' to the event's organisers 'she will not share a platform with extremists'
Mohammad Sakha teaches circus skills to children with learning disabilities
As a witness to the massacre of 1982, I went back often to this place of memories and ghosts, to talk to the survivors
He said Mr Cameron 'seems to have forgotten a few basic facts about Jerusalem'
To ask for a more complex reading of the situation is not to exonerate Israel
The term might fit for Palestinians in the West Bank, but it's less appropriate for those inside Israel. And we should be wary of applying such incendiary labels
Just over a year since UK Parliament voted to recognise Palestinian statehood it is now welcoming a man who lives on an illegal Israeli settlement built on Palestinian land
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Between 1 January and 15 February Israeli forces dismantled or confiscated 283 homes
It’s easy to see why some in pro-Israel circles are claiming this new law as a landmark victory in the fight for Israel. They’re wrong: just as there is no military solution to the occupation, there is no legislative one to boycotting
The incident is the latest in a series of violent knife attacks on Israelis
A fellow MP responded: 'What? Did everyone hear this? Are you an idiot?'
On the 76th day of his hunger strike he had lost most of his sight and hearing abilities and could barely speak