By Samer B. Jaber | (Ma’an News Agency) | – – We, a group of professional and trade union figures, intellectuals, and political activists, appeal to the Palestinian leadership within the Palestine…
On the night of October 1st, Naama and Eitam Henkin, an Israeli husband and wife, were driving home from an event for alumni of a West Bank yeshiva. Seated in the back of the car were their four young children, ranging in age from nine to six months. Show More Summary
As we face the looming possibility of a Third Intifada and renewed Israeli military operations in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem, this may be a good time to recall the findings of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) almost exactly one year ago and their implications for a future Israeli military action against the Palestinian population.
While Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has highlighted “incitement” as the main cause for the surge in Palestinian terror and violence in Israel and the West Bank, senior Israeli security officials, intimately acquainted with the Palestinian...Show More Summary
At least two Palestinians killed and two Israelis critically wounded as violence rages in occupied territories.
For 20 years, the Watsonville Transit Center has inhabited an old bank building wedged into the corner of Rodriguez Street and West Lake Avenue. The drab, worn-out structure is cramped and roundly disparaged by just about everyone who...Show More Summary
A classic Onion piece from 1997 is making the rounds on the Facebook today. I thought it might be worth sharing here. HEBRON, WEST BANK—In an emotionally charged press conference Monday, crazed Palestinian gunman Faisal al Hamad expressed frustration over the stereotyping of his people. [Caption: Faisal al Hamad, seen here shrieking anti-U.S. slogans, says […]
Thirteen-year-old boy shot dead by Israeli forces is the 24th Palestinian to be killed so far this month.
The deaths from an Israeli airstrike against a Hamas military target in Gaza, reported by Palestinian officials, and an explosion in a car in the West Bank come amid a wave of violence.
A Palestinian woman set off an explosive device after being stopped at a checkpoint between the West Bank settlement of Maale Adumim and the Palestinian village of Az-Zaayyem, Israeli police said Sunday.
JERUSALEM, Oct 11 (Reuters) - A Palestinian woman motorist set off a bomb after being pulled over by Israeli police in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, killing herself and lightly wounding an officer, police said. "The driver shouted 'Allah Hu Akbar' (God is great) and detonated an explosive device," a police spokeswoman said. Show More Summary
Ma’an News Agency | – – JERUSALEM (Ma’an) — Israeli settlers on Saturday carried out a number of attacks on Palestinians across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, witnesses told Ma’an.…
Sheren Khalel reports from the occupied southern West Bank city of Bethlehem where protests have been ongoing daily for more than a week and the vast majority of residents she spoke to do not see the situation calming anytime soon. Clashes...Show More Summary
Israeli forces shoot and kill two Palestinian teens in the Gaza Strip bringing death toll to 20 in October.
Youth in Gaza have begun marching to the borders to express solidarity with Palestinians protesting in the West Bank and inside Israel, as well as out of frustration with the ongoing Israeli siege. Dan Cohen reports from Gaza where yesterday,...Show More Summary
Rioting and clashes broke out in Gaza and the West Bank Friday night after the shooting of a female Islamic... The post VIOLENT CLASHES Break Out in Gaza and West Bank After Female Terrorist Is Shot in Afula (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
The West Bank and More — Pictures of the Day
The Israeli and Palestinian leaders are both facing a spiraling situation that is testing their ability to maintain control of restive constituencies.
The leader of Hamas in Gaza has labeled the ongoing violence in Jerusalem and the West Bank an intifada, as six Palestinians were shot and killed Friday while protesting at the border fence.