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Netanyahu to annex more Palestinian land near Jerusalem

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged to support so-called Greater Jerusalem Bill, which means annexation of 19 illegal settlements in Jerusalem area.

Israeli troops beat Palestinian man during abduction of his son

Israeli occupation forces beat Palestinian man during abduction of his son, the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs said on Wednesday.

Turkey: ‘Palestine refugees face unimaginable hardships’

During a visit to Gaza Strip, Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmet Yildiz said that Palestinian refugees “face unimaginable hardships,” an UNRWA statement has said.

Israeli occupation forces abduct 11 Palestinians, steal cash money

Israeli occupation forces abducted 11 Palestinians and stole large amount of cash money from different areas across occupied West Bank.

Israel attacked holy sites 110 times in September

Palestinian minister said that Israeli occupation attacks exceeded 110 times in September, called for international community to stop these violations.

Israel bans children playing in Al-Aqsa Mosque courtyard

Israeli occupation authorities have prohibiting Muslim children from playing in the courtyards surrounding Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Netanyahu makes fifth visit to West Bank settlements since January

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit Ma’ale Adumim settlement in the occupied West Bank today, according to a report in the Jerusalem Post.

NGO: 24 female prisoners suffer serious health problems inside Israeli jails

Palestinian Prisoner Club (PPC) revealed on Monday that 24 female Palestinian prisoners are suffering critical health problems inside Israeli jails. The PPC’s lawyer reported complaints of the sick prisoners who ar

Livni: Only Jews have national right for self-determination in Israel

Israeli Former Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni has claimed that only Jews have national right for self-determination in Israel.

Israel to completely close West Bank, Gaza

Israeli authorities are set to completely close occupied West Bank, Gaza Strip for 11 days for the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

US: our ambassador to Israel is ignorant

US State Department said that its Ambassador to Israel David Friedman is ignorant after he said Israel occupied only 2 per cent of Palestinian lands. “[Friedman’s comments] should not be read as a shift in US

Hamas denies claims of military involvement in Libya

Palestinian Islamic Movement Hamas denied on Friday claims made by Libyan official that terror cell affiliated to the movement was detained in the war-torn country.

Israeli occupation abduct 21 Palestinians in West Bank, Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces abducted on Saturday night 21 Palestinian citizens from occupied West Bank and Jerusalem.

Israeli forces wound 7 Palestinians near Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces shot, wounded seven Palestinian citizens in the village of Biddu in the outskirts of Jerusalem.

American pressure over settlements ‘temporary,’ says Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told leaders of Israeli Jewish settlers that US pressure on Israel over settlement is 'temporary.'

Some 501 Palestinians sentenced to life in prison

The number of Palestinian prisoners sentenced to life in jail by Israel has reached 501, according to the Palestinian Information Centre.

Interpol accepts Palestinian membership

International police agency Interpol has voted to include State of Palestine as a member in new boost to Palestinian efforts for international recognition. Interpol announced the inclusion of the State of Palestine, as w

Israeli forces abduct 15 Palestinians from Beit Surik

Israeli occupation forces raided Palestinian village of Beit Surik in West Bank, abducted 15 Palestinians on Tuesday night.

Israel issued 50 administrative detention orders in September

Israel has issued 50 administrative orders against Palestinian prisoners since start of September, the Palestinian Prisoners Club (PPC) said.

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