The Palestinians on Monday vowed to reject a US-led peace initiative to be presented in Bahrain that dangles the prospect of $50 billion as an Israeli envoy bluntly told them they should “surrender”.
Israeli occupation forces early on Thursday arrested 7 Palestinians in various West Bank cities, according to the Palestinian Prisoners Society. A statement released by the Society said that Israeli soldiers stormed
Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib said on Friday she would not visit her grandmother in the occupied West Bank, despite being granted an Israeli permit on humanitarian grounds, saying Israel’s “oppressive” conditions aimed to humiliate her.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is gambling on the attack on Iran’s Nataz nuclear plant to secure for him the prime ministership and delay the day he could go to prison for fraud,
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is no longer “king of Israel.” The country’s third parliamentary election in 11 months has deprived him of his crown. During the latest campaign Netanyahu
State media cited a military official as saying the attack targeted posts in rural areas of Hama province. Air defenses were activated and reportedly intercepted a number of the incoming missiles.
The cruel shooting down by Israeli police of an unarmed autistic Palestinian man in annexed east Jerusalem is a hugely condemnable action that confirms repeated complaints about use of excessive force by Israeli security forces against innocent Palestinians.
Supporters of Muna and Mohammed Al Kurd, who are twins, say their detention is part of a broader Israeli effort to halt opposition to the evictions in Sheikh Jarrah, where Jewish settlers want to move into the Al Kurds' home and others under an Israeli court ruling.
In total 212 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including at least 61 children, and more than 1,400 wounded — whilst in Israel, ten people have died, including one child, with hundreds injured, according to officials on both sides.
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza City flattened three buildings and killed at least 42 more people on Sunday, medics said, as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signalled the fighting between Israel and Palestinians in Gaza would continue despite international efforts to broker a ceasefire.