Sat. Jun 23 2018


Israel deports 14-year-old girl to Gaza without telling her parents

Israeli occupation deported 14-year-old epileptic Palestinian girl from West Bank to Gaza Strip earlier this month, without notifying her parents.

Israel killed 3 Palestinian boys this month

Israeli occupation forces have killed three Palestinian boys, abducted 52 others since during January, 2018, official Palestinian sources said on Monday.


Due to Israel siege, 5-month baby burns to death in Gaza

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% of Gaza water undrinkable due to Israeli measures

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.

Palestinian prisoner dies inside Israeli jails

Due to medical negligence, Palestinian prisoner from West Bank passed away on Saturday morning inside Israeli jails.

Israel is working on plan to ‘legalise’ 70 Jewish outposts in West Bank

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 prevents restoration works at Al-Aqsa

The Israeli authorities have prevented official workers at Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque from undertaking any restoration work inside the mosque compound.

Israel prevents most of Gaza residents from travelling for treatment

Israel occupation government decided on Monday to prevent most of Gaza residents from leaving the besieged enclave for treatment.

New Israel bill to ban ministers from taking part in BDS activities

Chairman of the Knesset House Committee Yoav Kish proposed a bill that prevents BDS movements from financing trips made by Members of the Knesset abroad.

Israel NGO: Israel killed 8 unarmed Palestinians in Gaza

Israeli occupation forces killed eight unarmed Palestinians, who did not pose any danger, during demonstrations along the Gaza border, Israeli NGO B’Tselem has revealed.

Israeli minister: ‘I haven’t heard news about deaths in Gaza for months’

Israeli Minister of Agriculture Ori Ariel said on Wednesday that he did not have heard news about deaths in Israeli strikes in Gaza Strip.

Rights group: Israel killed 15 Palestinian children in 2017

Israeli occupation forces killed 15 Palestinian children in besieged Gaza Strip, occupied West Bank and Jerusalem in 2017, Defence for Children International-Palestine revealed on Tuesday.

Report: Israelis are not convicted for assaults on Palestinians

Israeli human rights report has revealed that the majority of Israelis are not convicted of attacks they commit against Palestinians or Palestinian property in the occupied territories.

Israel Police: We killed more than 200 Palestinians since end of 2015

Israeli occupation police said that it killed 201 Palestinians between September 2015 and 7 January 2018, Quds Press reported on Sunday.

Israeli driver runs over Palestinian, kills him in West Bank

Israeli bus driver ran over Palestinian man on Thursday in West Bank city of Al-Khalil, leaving him dead, eyewitnesses and medical sources said.

Israel approves first reading of death penalty for Palestinian prisoners

The Israeli Knesset approved on Wednesday first reading of death penalty bill, which would allow Israel to execute Palestinian prisoners accused of taking part in “operations against Israeli target.”

Israel approves law prevents ceding power over occupied Jerusalem

Israeli Knesset approved on Monday night the second and third readings of the so-called “United Jerusalem Bill,” which takes occupied Jerusalem from any future deal with Palestinians.

Israel seized 2,500 acres of Palestinian land in 2017

Israel has seized around 2,500 acres of Palestinian land, destroyed 500 buildings and constructed eight new Jewish settlements in 2017, Palestine's Land Research Centre has said.

Israeli interrogation tactics lead to false confessions, Israeli court says

An Israel judge ripped into the Shin Bet, an Israeli intelligence service, for its interrogation tactics, saying they could lead people to confess crimes they did not commit.


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