Israeli occupation forces beat to death Palestinian youth after abducting him from his house in the West Bank city of Jenin on Thursday at dawn.
Israeli occupation authorities pay high salaries to Jewish settlers indicted of crimes against Palestinians, PLO’s Committee for Prisoners and Freed Prisoners revealed on Monday.
Israeli occupation army has been illegally “brutally” using Dutch dogs during Israeli raids on the West Bank since the death of Israeli rabbi two months ago in occupied West Bank, report by B’Tselem said.
Mabruk Jarrar, 39-year-old schoolteacher, was savagely mauled by Israeli military dog in raid on his home in West Bank. He recounts his horrific experience.
Israel must safeguard Jewish majority even at the expense of human rights, the country's justice minister Aylete Shaked has said.
Sixty per cent of Palestinian children who were arrested by Israeli occupation forces were verbally, physically or psychologically tortured, the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club (PPC) revealed on Sunday.
Israeli occupation forces carried out 117 violations of Palestinian media freedoms in December 2017 and January 2018, Palestinian Centre for Development and Media Freedoms (MADA) said.
Palestinian villagers undermined attempt on Wednesday to abduct two Palestinian boys by Israeli Jewish settlers, who were covered by Israeli occupation forces.
On 21 October 2017, a 16-year-old boy from Tuqu was abducted by Israeli occupation forces and here he is reporting what happened to him and how Israeli occupation forces mistreated him.
Dozens of Palestinian schools are at risk of being demolished by Israel, the UN has warned, leaving children in the occupied territories even more vulnerable.
Israeli occupation deported 14-year-old epileptic Palestinian girl from West Bank to Gaza Strip earlier this month, without notifying her parents.
Five-month baby girl burnt to death on Friday night after her parents used candle to light their room due to lack of electricity caused by 11-year-old Israeli-Egyptian siege on Gaza.
More than 97 per cent of water in Gaza Strip, home for more than 2 million residents living under strict Israeli siege for 11 years, is undrinkable, UN data has revealed.
Israeli defence ministry is “working on a plan to legalise 70 unauthorised outposts in occupied Palestinian West Bank,” Israeli newspaper Jerusalem Post has revealed.
Israel occupation government decided on Monday to prevent most of Gaza residents from leaving the besieged enclave for treatment.
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