Nearly a thousand Israeli settlers raided town of Kifl Haris in the central occupied West Bank overnight before dawn Monday, where they performed religious rituals at a holy site in the town as soldiers restricted movement of locals and detained at least one person.
The Trump administration is urging the United Nations not to publish a blacklist of international firms that do business in Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian land, the Washington Post reported on Monday.
Sudanese ambassador to Qatar Fathu-Rahman Ali has reiterated his country’s commitment to supporting the Palestinian cause, affirming that Khartoum “is making efforts to confront the intended African-Israeli summit.”
Zimam launched a new campaign in the University of Gaza yesterday entitled “Jerusalem Unites Us”, aiming to amplify and replicate the non-violent popular activism seen in Jerusalem this summer, harnessing its power in order to protect the Palestinian national project and rescue a two-state solution increasingly under threat.
In a meeting with the left-wing Israeli Meretz party on Sunday in the central occupied West Bank district of Ramallah, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly expressed his confusion regarding the US stance on Israel and Palestine, saying he “can’t understand” the Trump administration’s position on the conflict.
The Israeli government said on Monday that the confiscation of private Palestinian land through the law is legal, following two petitions to the High Court of Justice demanding to strike down the outpost “Regularization law,” which would pave the way for the retroactive legalization of dozens of illegal Israeli settler outposts.