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Interpal Trustees receive £50,000 in damages as Jewish Chronicle apologises for libels

The Jewish Chronicle has published a full apology to the Trustees of Interpal, a UK-registered charity that provides relief and development aid to Palestinians in need, over the newspaper’s publication of false and defamatory allegations in March 2019. The Jewish Chronicle has agreed to pay £50,000 in damages to the…

Death and destruction in the classroom: teaching and learning under occupation

The lasting impact of schooling doesn’t just stem from what we were taught in the classroom; it comes from the experiences we gain from spending time with peers in an educational environment. Schools and universities should be safe spaces for young people, but for children in areas of conflict such…

In pictures: Edinburgh supporters raise £8,300 for Gaza

Our supporters in Edinburgh came together at the end of June to help raise over £8,300 for children in need of hearing aids across Gaza. More than 12 years of siege and 52 years of occupation in the Gaza Strip have left thousands of Palestinian children unable to access health…

Palestinian refugees seeing during the Nakba in 1948

The Nakba: How did it happen?

The Nakba (‘The Catastrophe’) in 1948 marked the beginning of seven decades of Palestinian displacement, poverty and trauma. Palestinians who fled in 1948, and their descendants, now number upwards of 5 million, with the Palestinian refugee crisis being the longest running refugee crisis in the world today. The Nakba was…

Mail and MailOnline apologise and pay £120,000 in damages to Interpal Trustees over false terror and extremism allegations

The trustees and staff of Interpal are pleased to announce that, following legal action led by Adam Tudor and his colleagues at Carter-Ruck, Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Daily Mail and MailOnline, has published full apologies and paid £120,000 in libel damages to the Trustees of Interpal. We at…