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Farmers Kidnapped by Israeli Forces Near Hebron, 10 from Halhoul Village Activist Warns of Potential Armed Settler Patrols in West Bank Israeli forces, on Wednesday, kidnapped four people from Kherbat Al-Fakhet to the east of Yatta, in the Hebron
Original article by Alex Shams The bill, which creates a distinction from the existing "Arab" nationality, has raised fears among many Palestinians that a renewed push is underway, by the state, to divide their society along religious lines.
Middle East for The Globe and Mail gallery The issue itself dates back to 1947, when the United Nations voted to partition British Mandatory lands west of the Jordan into independent Jewish and Arab states. Israel accepted Resolution 181, which led
The boycott will first and foremost hurt the Palestinians who work in Israel and beyond that I'm not even sure a boycott will be effective, said Herzog. However, he added, "There is one problem and it is clear: settlements are illegal. A ruling by
Israeli police have clashed with Palestinian protesters on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. A police spokesman said about 20 youths threw stones and fireworks at officers from the holy site, known to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif (Noble Sanctuary).
And yet, American Jews supported the establishment of a Palestinian state 50% to 47%...Given their high commitment to Israel, probably most of those gathered belong to the 47% of American Jews who opposed Palestinian statehood. Yet at the conference
Marc Israel Sellem/The Jerusalem Post Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has been emphasizing the need for the Palestinian Authority to recognize Israel as a Jewish state in order to win the support of Israelis for the creation of a Palestinian state,
His family managed to obtain the necessary permits that allowed him to cross the Erez checkpoint to Jerusalem, through the West Bank, in order to undergo surgery...On the way back, the boy and his father were stopped at the Qalanidya checkpoint,
Palestinian News & Info Agency reports that the director of the Red Crescent in Bethlehem, Mohammad Awad, said Khalaf Abu Mefarreh, 31, was shot in the foot with a live bullet during clashes which erupted in the vicinity of a school. He was given
Israel's policies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip appear to amount to apartheid due to its systematic oppression of the Palestinian people and de facto expropriation of their land, a United Nations investigator said in a report. Richard Falk, UN