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Mladenov: Gaza unemployed to have 10,000 temporary jobs

UN special coordinator Nickolay Mladenov has announced the launch of efforts to provide 10,000 unemployed citizens in Gaza with temporary job opportunities. “UN is moving forward on establishing 10,000 temporary jobs for youth

Israeli warplanes attack an area in Khan Younis, Gaza

Israeli occupation warplanes attacked an area in Khan Younis city southern of Gaza Strip, on Wednesday evening. Local sources reported that the Israeli occupation warplanes bombed a site belonging to t

Israel court bans Sheikh Salah’s wife from staying with him while under house arrest

Israeli District Court in Haifa yesterday ruled that Sheikh Raed Salah’s cannot stay with him while he is held under house arrest, one of his defence team told Arab48. Lawyer Khalid Zabarqeh said:

Ultra-Orthodox Israel MK Glick storms Al-Aqsa

Ultra-Orthodox Israeli Knesset member, Yehuda Glick, stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem this morning through the Mughrabi Gate. Firas Al-Dibs, head of the Public Relations and Media Department at the

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Jerusalem governor among several Palestinians arrested by Israel army

Scores of Palestinians were arrested and civilian homes ransacked by the Israeli occupation forces in predawn Wednesday sweeps launched across the occupied Palestinian territories. The Israeli army claimed responsibi

Israeli fanatic rabbi leads break-in at 3rd holiest site in Islam

A horde of extremist Israeli settlers led by the fanatic rabbi Yehuda Glick stormed on Wednesday morning Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa Mosque—the third holiest site in Islam—via the Maghareba Gate. Glick and

12 Palestinian homes to be demolished by Israel in Wadi Ara

The Israeli occupation authorities have notified the demolition of 12 Palestinian residential facilities in Wadi Ara under the guise of unlicensed construction. Tension has been running high in the area after they Is

Indonesian delegation pops in Israeli-blockaded Gaza

A delegation of 33 Indonesian activists and volunteers entered the besieged Gaza Strip on Tuesday evening in an attempt to boost charity projects in the impoverished enclave. The Indonesian envoy was received by the

Israeli ex-minister sentenced to 11 years for spying for Iran

A former Israeli minister has been sentenced to 11 years in prison on Tuesday for spying for regional rival Iran, after admitting to the charges last month. Gonen Segev was convicted in January when the Israeli justi

Israeli occupation extends remand of Muslim imam

Israeli policemen on Tuesday extended the detention of al-Aqsa’s staff member and imam Raed Da’na for another 24 hours. Israeli forces stormed Da’na’s home in Beit Hanina, north of occupied Je

IOF storms Hizma town, threatens to punish its residents

The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Monday evening threatened to take punitive measures against the residents of Hizma town, northeast of Jerusalem, on allegations that local youths continued to throw stones at settlers’ cars.

Israeli forces expel Palestinians from Jordan Valley area

The Israeli occupation forces on Monday morning demolished tents inhabited by Palestinians living in al-Ras al-Ahmar village in the northern Jordan Valley. Local sources said that a number of Israeli bulldozers stormed al-Ras al-Ahma

Israeli forces uproot 300 Palestinian trees in Jenin

The Israeli occupation forces on Monday bulldozed vast tracts of Palestinian-owned lands in Barta'a town in Jenin. The Israeli forces razed about 28 dunums of land owned by the Palestinian citizen Jamal Sharif.

Palestinian prisoner re-detained hours after his release

The Israeli occupation forces on Sunday re-arrested the Palestinian prisoner Abdulrahman Mahmoud only hours after his release from Israeli jails, according to the head of the Committee of the Families of Jerusalem Detainees, Amjad Abu Asab

Israeli settlers seize hundreds of dunums of Palestinian land

Israeli settlers confiscated on Sunday hundreds of dunums of Palestinian land in the northern Jordan Valley, local sources said. According  to the local activist Aref Daraghmeh, the settlers placed barbed wire a

Israel banishes Sheikh Salhab and his deputy from Aqsa

The Israeli occupation police in Jerusalem released Sheikh Abdul-Adheem Salhab, head of the Islamic Awqaf Council, and his deputy Sheikh Najeh Bukairat on Sunday after handing them administrative orders banning their entry to the Aqsa Mosq

Soldiers Assault A Blind Man in His Home, Near Bethlehem

Israeli soldiers assaulted, on Wednesday at dawn, a blind Palestinian man who also suffers from a Kidney disease, after invading his home in Doha town, south of Bethlehem, in the occupied West Bank.

Scores of citizens rally in Gaza to demand Abbas to step down

Israeli occupation forces "IOF" detained at Sunday morning the head of the Islamic Awqaf Council Sheikh Abdul Azim Salhab, and his deputy Sheikh Najah Bakirat in the occupied city of Jer

Five Gazans injured in nighttime skirmishes with Israeli forces

Five Palestinian citizens suffered injuries on Saturday night during renewed night confrontations with Israeli soldiers in different border areas of the besieged Gaza Strip. Medical sources told the Palestinian Information Center (PI

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