Update from the Electronic Intifada 25 July 2011: Oslo horror | Israeli left’s belated awakening | Gaza women | Nakba Day eyewitness | Women prisoners

25 July 2011 — Electronic Intifada


Norway suspect laid out detailed plans for violence against “traitors,” Muslims

How a clueless “terrorism expert” set media suspicion on Muslims after Oslo horror


Israeli left’s awakening too little, too late

By Raja Shehadeh, 25 July 2011

The strong reaction by left-wing Israelis to the recently passed “boycott law” must have astounded many in the country’s right-wing government and made them wonder why such a strong reaction now.


Who is the real oppressor of Gaza women’s rights?

By Yasmeen El Khoudary, Gaza Strip, 22 July 2011

Why won’t the international media ask women in Gaza what really matters to them? Yasmeen El-Khoudary comments for The Electronic Intifada.


Women prisoners tell their stories in “Suspended Lives”

By Charlotte Silver, Ramallah, 22 July 2011

Suspended Lives, a photography exhibition that profiles ten women and their incarceration in Israeli prisons, is part of the UN Women’s project “Palestinian Female Prisoners in Israeli Prison,” which aims to uphold and advocate for the rights of Palestinian female prisoners.


Eyewitness: Golan Heights demonstrators just wanted to return home

By Adri Nieuwhof, 21 July 2011

The bloodbath in the occupied Golan Heights on Nakba Day could have been worse if it wasn’t for a medical team led by Taiseer Maray.


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