• 2,400 Dunams of Palestinian Land Transferred To Settlement Company

    Head of the Israeli occupation army's Central Command, Nitzan Alon has appointed an officer to investigate how the Civil Administration in the West Bank gave lands worth millions of shekels to the Samaria Development Company, despite his explicit order not to do so, Haaretz said.

  • Dear Syria: From One Refugee to Another

    Whenever the word “refugee” is uttered, I think of my mother. When Zionist militias began their systematic onslaught and “cleansing” of the Palestinian Arab population of historic Palestine in 1948, she, along with her family, ran away from the once peaceful village of Beit Daras.

  • Washington Asks Abbas To Delay Projects to UNSC

    Diplomatic sources Tuesday said that the US asked the Palestinian Authority leadership to delay its plans to resubmit the Palestinian statehood resolution to the UN Security Council until after the national elections in "Israel" on 17 March

  • Palestinians urged to abolish death penalty

    A rights group on Tuesday urged Palestinian authorities to abolish the death penalty, after two new sentences were handed down this month in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

  • 'Kidnapping attempt' in Silwan

    An Israeli settler on Wednesday morning assaulted a teenage Palestinian boy from the al-Thuri neighborhood near Silwan in Jerusalem while the boy was walking to school, the boy's father says.

  • DFLP military wing says prepared to fight against Israel

    The military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine said Tuesday that it had organized several military training courses for hundreds of fighters across the Gaza Strip.

  • Israel 'systematically mistreats' Palestinian children in custody

    Some 700 Palestinian children per year are arrested and face "ill-treatment" by Israeli forces, according to a new report by a children's rights group.

  • UN halts Gaza house repairs saying donors failed to pay up

    The UN agency for Palestinian refugees said on Tuesday that it cannot afford to repair Gaza homes damaged in last year's war with Israel because donors have failed to pay.

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