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The Israeli armed detachment arrested 16 Palestinians in the West Bank overnight Tuesday for their supposeed engagement in security-related offenses. One suppose was apprehended in Nablus, five in the town of Beit Furik, just
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has quietly put on hold the issuing of bids for new settlement construction, according to a watchdog group, in an apparent gesture to Secretary of State John Kerry as he works to restart Israeli-Palestinian
Palestinians in east Jerusalem live below the poverty line, a watchdog says, as Israelis prepare to celebrate the anniversary of capturing the Arab sector of the Holy City in 1967...The study, which looked at the effects of Israeli policy on the "
West Bank Abu Ziada. 'Why cut down tress?' Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg Severe head injury this weekend Photo: Moshe Schpuitz, Tazpit News Agency 'Price tag' on the wall Photo: Ohad Zwigenberg Violence keeps escalating between Palestinians, settlers
Image Radio Bethlehem 2000 Ghassan Daghlas, in charge of settlements file at the Palestinian Authority in the northern part of the West Bank, reported that the settlers burnt dozens of trees, and hurled stones at Palestinian cars south of Nablus.
The reported freeze came as the country is under international pressure not to advance West Bank settlement projects, including those that were direct responses to unilateral Palestinian statehood efforts at the United Nations, such as the unbuilt
Perl also said, "Strengthening the settlement enterprise in Judea and Samaria is the order of the day and implementation of the will of the voter who elected the national camp in the last election."
Issa Al-Emla, coordinator of the Popular Committee in Beit Ola, reported that the electricity network used to provide power to the western area of the Hebron district. He added that the soldiers, supported by a number of armored vehicles and a
Mohamad Torokman One afternoon, B, a mother of six, was alarmed to hear the sound of shattering glass coming from her children's bedroom. Rushing to the bedroom, she saw the window had been broken and was relieved to see that her children were not
Settlers also stoned cars driving on route 60, in the vicinity of the settlement. Two buses carrying Palestinian schoolgirls were stoned in the village Huwarra...B'Tselem volunteers in the villages documented the events with video cameras from their