• Fatah leader: Talks at deadlock, uprising the only path to liberation

    Fatah leader in Nablus Tayseer Nasrallah said Tuesday the Palestinian-Israeli talks have reached a deadlock, calling on the Palestinian factions to back up the ongoing anti-occupation uprising.

  • Fr Musallam to fast for 3 days in solidarity with Palestinian hunger-striker

    Fr Manuel Hanna Musallam, priest of the Latin Church in Palestine, said he will be fasting for three days in solidarity with journalist Muhammad al-Qeiq, whose hunger strike has entered its 78th day.

  • Mikati stresses Lebanese commitment to Palestinian right of return

    Lebanese President Najib Mikati met on Tuesday a delegation of Hamas Movement with whom he discussed the Palestinian cause, Palestinian reconciliation, and the situation of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon. The meeting was attended by member of Hamas’s political bureau Mousa Abu Marzouk, the group’s representative in Lebanon Ali Baraka, and Dr. Khaldoun Sharif.

  • MK al-Saadi holds higher court responsible for al-Qeiq’s life

    MK Osama al-Saadi held the Israeli Supreme Court responsible for the life of Palestinian detainee Muhammad al-Qeiq, whose hunger strike has entered its 78th day. Speaking in exclusive statements to the PIC, MK al-Saadi said the Israeli occupation court has to assume its responsibility for any turn for the worse al-Qeiq’s life might take in case he is not released.

  • Irish Solidarity calls on election candidates to pledge support to Palestine

    The Ireland-Palestine Solidarity Campaign (IPSC) two days ago launched a campaign calling on candidates in the General Election to pledge to support justice for Palestine. In a call sent to the hundreds of candidates in forty constituencies, the Palestinian rights group have asked aspiring TDs to take the two #Palestine Pledges to support concrete actions to help secure freedom, justice and equality for the Palestinian people if elected to Dáil Éireann.

  • Cabinet ready to resign to make way for new government, says premier

    Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah Tuesday affirmed that his government is ready to resign in order to support the establishment of a unity government once parties reach an agreement

  • Palestinian dies from swine flu in Israeli hospital

    A Palestinian man from Tubas in the northern West Bank died from a strain of swine flu on Tuesday, in the third death caused by the virus this year, the Palestinian Authority Ministry of Health said.

  • Palestinians in Europe announces slogan of next conference

    "The Palestinians of the diaspora: A national pillar and inevitable return" will be the slogan of the 14th Palestinians in Europe Conference to be held in Sweden next May, the organizers of the conference has announced.

  • Gaza: Reconstruction of 12,000 displaced families’ homes yet to begin

    Around 90,000 Palestinians remain displaced in the Gaza Strip, almost 18 months after the ceasefire that ended Israel’s ‘Operation Protective Edge’ offensive in 2014. Furthermore, the reconstruction or repair of homes of 74 percent of displaced families is yet to even start.

  • UN encourages Palestinian unity talks

    The UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process expressed his support on Tuesday for the Palestinian unity talks between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas taking place this month in Qatar.