Back in June, +972 Magazine published my major investigation into the troubling case of Mohammed Halabi, a Gaza resident and World Vision employee who’s caught up in an ugly case of Israel prosecuting him for supposedly supporting terrorism (though there’s no evidence to prove this point).
Halabi is one of many Palestinians who are unjustly pursued by Israel through its flawed legal system.
One of Israel’s leading journalists, Gideon Levy in Haaretz newspaper, just wrote extensively about the Halabi case and came to the same conclusion. He kindly referenced my June report:
Last June 14, independent Australian journalist Antony Loewenstein published the results of his investigation on the website +972: He, too, concluded that, despite the lengthy period that had elapsed, the charges against El Halabi remained unsubstantiated.
Read both our stories and get angry.