A Palestinian woman was shot and killed Friday afternoon by Israeli forces after her car crashed into a stationary vehicle, lightly injuring two Israelis in the Hebron district of the southern occupied West Bank. Majd Abdullah Khadour, 19, was struck by multiple rounds.
RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Saturday retracted his allegation that Israeli rabbis had called for the poisoning of Palestinian water, a remark that had drawn strong condemnation from Israel's prime minister.
See the 360-degree view Views from the observation deck atop the West's tallest skyscrapers are no doubt impaired this week as it makes it debut. Wildfires burning near Duarte are filling the Los Angeles Basin with smoke, but the vistas are still expansive. Show More Summary
Israeli soldiers shoot dead woman who allegedly rammed vehicle into a parked car injuring two near a Jewish settlement.
Babe in beige! Kendall Jenner pulled a Kim Kardashian West and wore all beige during a visit to Cafe Marly at the Louvre in Paris Friday. Related: Tyra Banks Weighs In On Kendall/Gigi Supermodel Drama Props for making a notoriously boring color seem cool! The supermodel paired a silky goldish-beige clinging dress with sand-colored knee-length boots and an off-white [...]
The Boycott, Divest and Sanction campaign has made huge strides in the occupied West Bank over the past two years, but campaign organizers are no where near done. At the start of Ramadan, the campaign, partnered with several other local community and BDS initiatives across the occupied West Bank, set out with a mission: To get Israeli products off Ramadan dinner tables.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli soldiers shot and killed a Palestinian woman who rammed a vehicle into a parked car near an Israeli settlement in the occupied West Bank on Friday, injuring two people sitting inside, the army said.
Two books go way beyond the U.S. mainstream media's attempt to be "evenhanded." Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has recently approved $18 million in government funds to extend illegal settlements in Palestine’s West Bank. This comes on top of the $88 million that the Israeli regime already allocates for funding settlement activity. Show More Summary
Israel stands accused of using 'water as a weapon' as some West Bank homes have gone without water for a week.
By Ramzy Baroud | ( Ma’an News Agency) | – – Entire communities in the West Bank either have no access to water or have had their water supply reduced almost by…
In the last decade the number of Palestinian refugees in the West Bank and Gaza has increased by one million, according to a survey conducted by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) in advance of World Refugee Day.
Israeli troops shot and killed a 14-year-old Palestinian boy early Tuesday in the West Bank and wounded four others, a Palestinian official said. Wajih Ahmad, head of the Beit Ur al-Tahta local council, said the teen, Mahmoud Badran, was killed when the car he was traveling in was fired upon by...
Soldiers shoot dead 15-year old Palestinian bystander after stone-hurling incident near West Bank village of Beit Sira.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli troops mistakenly killed a Palestinian bystander on Tuesday while responding with gunfire to a petrol bomb and rock attack on Israeli vehicles in the occupied West Bank, the military said.
A thriving industry allows West Bank residents to get past what Israelis call a security barrier. It has a dangerous side effect: Attackers sneak through as well.
Israeli self-defense forces have levelled a Palestinian house in the occupied West Bank after its owner was killed while on a stabbing rampage in Tel Aviv two months ago, Israeli media said Tuesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is allocating an additional $18 million for West Bank settlements, describing the extra funds as “an assistance plan to strengthen communities,” that would “strengthen security, assist small businesses and encourage tourism.”
Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog was forced to distance himself from his spokesman Sunday after the latter posted on Facebook that Jewish settlers in the West Bank had built “swimming pools on the blood of murdered children.” Ofer...Show More Summary
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved an extra $18 million in funding for settlements in the West Bank, which are largely considered illegal by the international community. Netanyahu announced the additional funding—which...Show More Summary
Ma’an News Agency | – – BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — The Israeli government approved on Sunday the allocation of an additional 72 million shekels (about $18.6 million) to settlements in the occupied West…