Palestinian child detained without charge attacked by Israeli military dog

Ramallah, January 10, 2024—A Palestinian child recently released from administrative detention was attacked by an Israeli military dog while detained. Yousef,* a 17-year-old Palestinian child, was recently released from Israeli prison after enduring over seven months in administrative detention, according to documentation collected by Defense for Children International - Palestine. In the early hours of March 30, 2023, while Yousef was out of the house, Israeli forces raided Yousef’s home and arrested his father in

Israeli forces burn Palestinian child detainee with cigarettes

Ramallah, January 19, 2024—Israeli forces burned a 17-year-old Palestinian prisoner with cigarettes after severely beating him. Mohammad*, 17, was recently released from Israeli custody after serving about 12 months of an 18-month sentence, according to documentation collected by Defense for Children International - Palestine. Early in the morning on November 7, 2022, Israeli forces detained Mohammad and his 14-year-old brother from their home, beating them, their younger sister, and their mother during the arrest. Israeli

Consortium News:ㅤDear Mr High Commissioner: Help Free Assange

In an open letter, Christophe Peschoux, recently retired from the U.N. Human Rights Office, calls on his former boss to help the WikiLeaks publisher, whose legal appeal will be heard in London later this month.     Volker Türk, at left, U.N. high commissioner for human rights, on Sept. 11, 2023, for the opening of the 54th session of the Human Rights Council; Václav Bálek, president of the Human Rights Council, on right. (UN Photo/Jean

The Unz Review:ㅤLegitimate Preference: A Guide for Our People, by Jef Costello

Credit Image: © Imago via ZUMA Press Tim Vorgens, Legitimate Preference: Who Wants to Lose the Right to Self-Preference? (trans. from the French by the author), Legatum Publishing, 2023, 105 pp., $24.95 (hardcover) This powerful little book, which boasts a foreword by Jared Taylor, advances a simple but revolutionary thesis: that we have a right to prefer — specifically, a right to prefer our own people. We owe life itself to our racial forebears, as