- 28 Nov 2023
UK government suppresses MP inquiries about Cyprus base’s role in Gaza conflict
The UK government is censoring all parliamentary questions regarding RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, suspected of aiding Israel’s military actions in Gaza.
- 20 Nov 2023
Dr Ola Awad, President of the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, speaks to AOAV about casualty counting and the death figures coming from Gaza
Ola Awad is President of the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics. She speaks to AOAV about her organisation and the death toll in Gaza.
- 13 Nov 2023
Stock prices of major defence companies surge in wake of October 7th attacks in Israel
The October 7th attacks in Israel led to a substantial increase in stock prices of major defence contractors like Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman, highlighting the complex relationship between global conflict and the arms industry.
- 10 Nov 2023
Col Richard Kemp runs a charity that raises money for the IDF. Why is this not mentioned by the British media when they use him to speak about Israel and Gaza?
Colonel Richard Kemp, a UK military commentator with pro-Israel leanings, is critiqued for lacking transparency about his direct ties to the IDF, raising questions about his impartiality and the efficacy of his charity's fundraising model.
- 8 Nov 2023
Trading in trauma: do United Kingdom arms exports to Israel violate the Arms Trade Treaty and other arms control regulations?
The UK's substantial arms exports to Israel has sparked controversy following allegations such weapons harming civilians in Gaza, raising legal and ethical concerns.
- 31 Oct 2023
Media coverage of individual Gaza strikes only capturing one third of all deaths, AOAV finds
An analysis of English language reporting of the explosive violence in Gaza and Israel by Action on Armed Violence (AOAV) has revealed that media coverage may only capture a third of the actual civilian deaths from specific explosive incidents in Gaza.