Almost a decade after their daughter was crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer as she tried to block its path in a Gaza Strip conflict zone, Rachel Corrie's parents are preparing for a judge's ruling in their high-profile civil lawsuit against the military.
- 28 August, 2012 -- Israeli court rejects activist’s family’s lawsuit
An Israeli court on Monday rejected a lawsuit brought against the military by the parents of a U.S. activist crushed to death in 2003 by an army bulldozer as she tried to block its path in the Gaza Strip, ruling the army was not at fault for her death.
- 28 August, 2012 -- Israel court rejects civil suit over US activist death
An Israeli court on Tuesday cleared the military of any responsibility for the death of US activist Rachel Corrie who was killed by an army bulldozer in 2003, rejecting a civil suit filed by the family.
- 10 March, 2010 -- Gaza activist’s death case opens
A court case brought by the family of Rachel Corrie, a US protester killed by an Israeli army bulldozer in 2003, opens in Israel.
- 18 April, 2013 -- Israeli PM doesn’t rule out helping Syrian rebels
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's prime minister declined to rule out the possibility of providing arms to Syrian rebel groups, saying in a television interview broadcast Thursday that the decision of whether to intervene in the neighboring civil war is a "complicated question."
- 16 April, 2013 -- Gantz: We need haredim on borders, at bases
In special Independence Day interview with Ynet, conducted during military drill in Jordan Valley, IDF chief discusses Iranian nuclear threat, Syrian civil war and haredim in army. 'Deterrence achieved in Pillar of Defense significant, but if rocket fi...