Palestinian woman on 11th day of hunger strike, as parents join her to protest no-charge detention by Israel - 26 February 2012

She had previously spent two and a half years in administrative detention – with no charge or trial – from 14 September 2009, until she was released last October as part of a prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hamas

Source: The Electronic Intifada

Keeping Gaza in the dark - 24 February 2012

Efforts to keep the Gaza Strip in the dark, including its many hospitals, homes and street lights, is immoral and inhumane and constitutes collective punishment against the Palestinians.

Source: Middle East Monitor

Khader Adnan recovering but not out of danger as Palestinian woman takes up hunger strike against her detention - 23 February 2012

Khader Adnan, the Palestinian who ended a 66 day hunger strike against his detention by Israel without charge or trial is recovering well, but remains in a precarious medical condition

Source: The Electronic Intifada

Israeli forces attack Palestinian worshippers, close al-Aqsa - 20 February 2012

Israeli forces have closed the al-Aqsa Mosque in East al-Quds (Jerusalem) after Israeli settlers initiated clashes with Palestinian worshippers at the site.

Source: Press TV

Jewish settlers storm Aqsa under police protection - 20 February 2012

Again settlers storm al Aqsa with armed police protection. similar “visits” would be organized twice monthly

Source: The Palestinian Information Center

The EU’s shameful silence on Khader Adnan - 16 February 2012

What does the European Union have to say about the plight of Palestinian hunger striker Khader Adnan? Not one word.

Source: The Electronic Intifada

Gaza's only power station closes - 14 February 2012

The authorities in Gaza say the Palestinian territory's only power station has shut down because of a lack of fuel.

Source: BBC

Hundreds in Israeli jails join hunger strike - 12 February 2012

Palestinian inmates join Khader Adnan, who has gone 56 days without food or water to protest his pre-trial detention.

Source: Al Jazeera