Sun. Jun 16 2019


Israeli police allow settlers to defile Aqsa Mosque

A horde of Jewish settlers on Monday morning desecrated the Aqsa Mosque’s courtyards under police protection. According to the Islamic Awqaf Authority, more than 30 police and intelligence officers stormed the Aqsa Mosque and p

Jordan condemns ongoing Israeli violations against Aqsa

Jordan's Foreign Ministry on Sunday strongly denounced the ongoing Israeli violations against al-Aqsa Mosque and the restrictions on worshipers and Awqaf personnel. The ministry's spokesperson Sufyan Qudah said Israel, as an

PLO calls for boycotting Bahrain conference

The Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) has called on the Arab states intending to participate in the Bahrain economic workshop to boycott it, describing the event as the first step to implement the US deal of the ce

Israeli settlers attack Palestinian home in Qalqilya

Hordes of Israeli settlers on Saturday broke into a Palestinian home in Kafr Laqif village in Qalqilya and placed an Israel flag on its rooftop. Local sources told the PIC reporter that Israeli settlers from the illegal settlement of

Israeli settlers assault, injure Palestinian shepherd in Tubas

A Palestinian shepherd was injured on Saturday after being attacked by Israeli settlers in Khillat Hamad village near Tubas. Local sources told the PIC reporter that the shepherd Rabi' Awwad suffered bruises after he was violentl

National Commission: No one can impose “low solutions” on Palestinians

The Higher National Commission for the March of Return and Breaking the Siege in the Gaza Strip has affirmed that no one can impose “inferior solutions” on the Palestinian people. “No one can dictate low-level solut

IOF attacks citizens in Kafr Qaddum with tear gas

Four Palestinian citizens at dawn Saturday suffered from their exposure to tear gas fumes during violent clashes with the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) in Kafr Qaddum town, west of Nablus. According to local official Murad Ashtiwi,

UNRWA warns of insufficient funds, pleads for contributions

UNRWA has warned that it will run out of money in a few weeks if donors did not step in quickly. "As we speak, UNRWA has only enough money to run its operations until mid-June," Pierre Krahenbuhl, UNRWA commissioner-general

IOA allows PA to get military vehicles, bars entry of balloons to Gaza

The Israeli occupation authority (IOA) has allowed the Palestinian Authority security forces to receive US-funded armored vehicles from Jordan and announced it prevented shipments of child balloons from entering the Gaza Strip. Accor

IOF kidnaps 14 Palestinians, injures two in W. Bank campaigns

14 Palestinian citizens were kidnapped and two others were wounded by the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) during dawn campaigns on Thursday in different West Bank areas. According to local sources, the IOF stormed al-Mazra'a ash-

24 administrative detention orders issued against Ramallah prisoners

Israel's military courts in May issued 24 administrative detention orders against Palestinian prisoners from Ramallah only. Prisoners Media Office on Wednesday said that Israel issued 7 new administrative detention orders against

Mahathir: Israel is practicing state terrorism

Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamed said that the achievement of peace in the world relies mainly on resolving the Palestinian cause. Mahathir made his remarks during the ninth annual Ramadan Iftar which was held on Wednesday by the P

Mahathir meets with Hamas delegation led by Mishaal

Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamed on Wednesday met with a high-level delegation from Hamas led by former political chief Khaled Mishaal. Mahathir met the Hamas delegates in the administrative capital of Putrajaya and discussed with

Israeli forces seize Palestinian citizen's vehicle in Tubas

The Israeli occupation forces on Wednesday confiscated a Palestinian-owned vehicle in Ras al-Ahmar area, southeast of Tubas. Activist Aref Daraghmeh said that the Israeli forces seized a truck owned by the Palestinian citizen Mohamme

Israel government admits journalists beaten by soldiers were not ‘rioters’

The Israeli government has retracted its claim that two journalists “led a riot” in Nabi Saleh in 2015, “and that their beating by soldiers was therefore justified”, reported Haaretz. According to the article,

Israel maintains harsh restrictions on Palestinians in Gaza wishing to visit jailed relatives

Israeli occupation authorities are maintaining harsh restrictions for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip who wish to visit relatives in Israeli jails, reported B’Tselem. Out of more than 5,000 Palestinian prisoners, 303 are from th

Germany’s decision to equate BDS with anti-Semitism is ‘immoral’

Germany’s decision to equate the boycott of Israel with anti-Semitism “violates international law”,  “international legitimacy” and is “immoral”, the Boycott Campaign – Palestine said in a state

Construction workers build illegal settlements in West Bank [File photo, Wisam Hashlamoun/Apaimages]

Netanyahu reaffirms West Bank annexation, despite ex-security officials’ petition

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has doubled down on his commitment to annexing the occupied West Bank, after almost 300 former security officials signed a petition urging him to reconsider. In a letter to Netanyahu, “

Malaysian NGO files ICC suit against Israel

A Malaysian NGO has filed a lawsuit with the International Criminal Court (ICC) accusing Israel of committing crimes against humanity in the occupied Palestinian territories. The ICC prosecution panel is expected to finish analyzing


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