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Palestinian clown released from Israel jail

Palestinian circus performer who was held by Israel using its controversial administrative detention policy was released late last month. Twenty-four-year-old Mohamed abu-Sakha was detained on December 14, 2015 while cro

This would enable Israelis who are militarily trained to shoot Palestinians under the pretext that they were possibly going to commit an attack.

Israel to expand use of firearms among settlers

Israeli occupying authorities are planning to increase the ownership of firearms amongst Jewish settlers in an effort to confront alleged attacks by Palestinians. The Israeli Minister of Public Security Gilad Erdan is ca

The researcher called for disclosing the Israeli crimes and violations against freedoms and human rights to refute the claims that Israel is a democratic state.

Israel arrests 20 Palestinian a day

Israeli occupation forces arrest on average 20 Palestinians every day, including elders, women, children and MPs, Palestinian researcher revealed on Tuesday. The Director of Prisoners’ Centre for Studies Raafat Ham

New Banksy Works to be sold at Palestine Hotel

New works by elusive street artist Banksy will be available for sale at The Walled Off Hotel’s gift shop in Palestinian territories for first time in four years.

Israel to punish Amnesty International over anti-settlement campaign

Israeli occupation government to revoke Amnesty International’s tax benefits in Israel as punishment for report about illegal Israeli Jewish settlement.

Israel seals off Gaza crossings

Israeli occupation authorities to seal off crossings with besieged Gaza Strip during in September and October, Palestinian Authority said on Thursday.

Palestinian refugee from Syria killed in Germany

Palestinian refugee Mohamed abdul-Naser Nasr was found dead in Germany on Tuesday, Action Group for Palestinians in Syria (AGPS) revealed on Wednesday.

Little boy from Gaza produces computer games

A 15-year-old Palestinian boy from the Gaza Strip has taught himself to produce professional-standard computer games, Safa News Agency reported on Monday.

Israel to permanently close Al-Aqsa Gate

Israeli Police Inspector Roni al-Sheikh recommended on Sunday to permanently close building of Al-Rahma Gate, one of the gates leading to Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Palestine leads Asian Cup group with win over Bhutan

The Palestinian national football team beat Bhutan 2-0 in the Asian Cup qualifier to head the four-country group that also includes Oman and the Maldives.

Palestinians demand removal of church patriarch

Hundreds of Palestinians rallied on Saturday in occupied East Jerusalem against the selling of church property to Jewish settlers.

Poverty rate hits 80% in Gaza

Chairman of the Popular Committee Against the Siege on Gaza said on Friday that poverty rate among Palestinians in the territory has reached 80 per cent.

Israel demolishes Palestinian homes to expand settlement

Israeli occupation authorities have issued demolition notices to Palestinian owners of 11 homes in village of Jeet in the outskirts of the West Bank city of Qalqilia.

Israel reduces water supply to Palestinians in Jordan Valley

Israeli occupation authorities are reducing amount of water provided to Palestinian areas in northern Jordan Valley mostly under pretext of “water scarcity.”

New Nakba for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon

Lebanese authorities have told 6,000 Palestinian refugees in Shabriha to leave their homes within 48 hours so that work can start on a highway extension.

250,000 unemployed in Gaza did not celebrate Eid holiday

More than 250,000 unemployed Palestinian residents of Gaza Strip could not afford to help their children celebrate holiday of Eid al-Adha, which lasted from Friday to Monday.

Israel to build 4,500 news settlement units

Israeli National Council of Planning and Building (NCPB) approved on Tuesday building 4,500 new settlement units on hills of occupied Jerusalem.

Wounded Palestinian prisoner died inside Israeli jail

Young Palestinian prisoner died on Sunday of injuries sustained during his arrest by Israeli occupation forces last month.

UK police reopens cartoonist Naji al-Ali murder case

British police have launched fresh appeal for information on murder of famous Palestinian political cartoonist in London 30 years ago, Aljazeera.com reported on Tuesday.

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