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Saudi Crown Prince meets AIPAC, anti-BDS leaders during US visit

Mohammed bin Salman, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, known as MBS, has met leaders from a number of right-wing Jewish organisations during his tour of the United States.

UN: Israeli forces used lethal force against Palestinians

UN deputy political affairs chief Taye-Brook Zerihoun told the council the situation in Gaza "might deteriorate in the coming days.”

Israeli occupation kills 17 civilians, wounds 1,600 others in Gaza

Tens of thousands of Palestinians gathered along eastern border of Gaza Strip on Friday part of Great March of Return, which turned violent with Israeli occupation forces killing 17 protesters.

Updated: Israel occupation forces kill 15 Palestinians in Gaza

Israeli occupation forces have killed at least eight Palestinians during their attack on the peaceful Great March of Return in Gaza. Thousands of unarmed Palestinians have gathered along the eastern borders of the Ga

Israeli forces murder Palestinian near eastern borders of Gaza

Israeli occupation forces murdered Palestinian civilian on Friday night and wounded five others near eastern borders of Khan Younis, in the south of Gaza Strip.

Christians in Gaza denied Holy Week access to Jerusalem

Palestinian Christians living in Gaza Strip are being denied access to Jerusalem by Israel during Holy Week and the Easter weekend.

Netanyahu urges bill be passed to prevent Muslim call for prayers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked on Wednesday chairman of government coalition to push ‘Muezzen Bill,’ which outlaws Muslim call for prayer – athan, to get Knesset approval.

Jewish settlers occupy two more Palestinian homes in Al-Khalil

Two years after they were evicted by the authorities, Jewish settlers occupied two more Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank city of Al-Khalil on Tuesday.

UK votes against UN resolution seeking to help Palestinian women

On 23 March, the UN Commission on the Status of Women approved a resolution titled Situation of and assistance to Palestinian women.

Israeli army commander threatens near offensive on Gaza

New Israeli offensive on the besieged Gaza Strip is inevitable and it is only a matter of time before it happens, senior Israeli army commander told military graduates on Monday.

UK chief rabbi criticises Israeli counterpart for racist insults

Britain’s Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has slammed Sephardic counterpart in Israel Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef for making “deeply offensive” remarks about black people, comparing them to “monkeys.”

Israeli NGO: Israeli settlements grew under Trump presidency

Construction of illegal Jewish settlements in occupied Palestinian territories surged during first year of US Trump presidency, Israeli Peace Now revealed on Sunday.

Palestinian singer Rim Banna dies at 51 after battle with cancer

Rim Banna, a leading Palestinian singer, songwriter, and composer, has died after battling breast cancer for almost nine years.

US Congress approves $4bn of US tax money in aid to Israel

AIPAC President Mort Fridman has sent supporters an email, announcing approval of US Congress of almost $4billion of US tax money to Israel, which cutting aid to Palestinians widows, orphans.

Corbyn condemns US punishments for Palestinians

Head of the UK Labour Party has condemned American punishments against the Palestinians, incduing the assault on their right to have Jerusalem is the capital of their state.

UN Human Rights Council adopts 4 pro-Palestinian resolutions

United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) adopted four resolutions for Palestine during 37th session concluded in Geneva on Friday.

Israel installs barbed wire fence along Gaza border

Israeli occupation forces have started to install barbed wire fence along eastern borders of Gaza Strip, ahead of the Great March of Return slated for 30 March. Occupation forces also levelled Palestinian land along

Israel’s ‘Jewish nation state’ bill is pushback against Palestinian citizens’ resistance

Last week, a Knesset committee approved a final version of the controversial “Jewish nation state” bill, sending it to the plenum for its three readings before becoming law.

Israeli court sentences Ahed Tamimi to 8 months in jail

Israeli occupation court ruled on Wednesday that Palestinian teen Ahed Tamimi has to serve eight months in Israeli jails over charges of slapping a heavily-armed Israeli soldier on his face.

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