With Arab students suspended for social media posts, it's "the first time we see this large amount of disciplinary procedures against students for expressing themselves," says a civil rights attorney.
Israelis and Palestinians
Jenin's Freedom Theatre was ransacked by Israeli soldiers, its staff thrown in jail. Once celebrated as a peace initiative, it's the latest casualty of near-daily military raids on the West Bank.
Jewish and Arab children learn alongside each other at the Hand in Hand school. They're taught in Hebrew and Arabic, in a program unusual in Israel for integrating students of different backgrounds.
Civil rights lawyers pushed back against a crackdown on protests, securing permission to hold a rally to stop the war in Gaza.
Before the war, Palestinians in the territory relied heavily on power-hungry desalination plants. But with Israel's intense bombardment, the fate of those plants — and Gaza's water future — is hazy.
In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, a recent poll found 68% of Palestinians say the Oct. 7 Hamas attack was a legitimate act of defiance and support for the group has more than tripled to 44%.
Hamas freed 17 hostages and Israel released 39 Palestinian detainees. We take a look at what has happened so far.
This question is part of the bitter Israeli-Palestinian debate over the war in Gaza, where thousands of civilians have been killed.
New analysis of imagery from a European Space Agency satellite allows for what researchers say is the most comprehensive look yet at the scale of damage due to the Israeli bombardment.
Voice memos recorded by NPR's producer in Gaza during a 34-hour communications blackout convey a weekend of anxiety and uncertainty for Palestinians as Israeli ground troops invaded.