Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the speaker of the Israeli parliament are to file complaints against three Palestinian Israeli politicians who met with relatives of Palestinians killed while allegedly carrying out attacks on Israelis.
Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, refused adopting the Palestine Liberation Organization’s (PLO) program for the new government. Abu Zuhri's remarks were voiced on the eve of meetings bringing together Hamas and Fatah leaders in Doha in order to implement what was approved upon in the Cairo agreement and the other agreements that followed for halting the internal division.
A Lebanese hospital in Sour (Tyre) city on Saturday detained three Palestinian refugee infants after their father failed to pay the cost of their treatment. Local sources said the hospital demanded the father, Mohamed al-Nayef from al-Rashidiya refugee camp, to pay 400 US dollars in order to let him take his children.
Sit-in tents were pitched Saturday by the Palestinian Assembly in Germany (PAG) across German cities in solidarity with hunger-striking journalist, al-Qeiq, and in protest at Israeli crimes against Palestinian children.
The Israeli authorities have decided to forcibly treat hunger striker detainee, journalist Mohammad al-Qiq, without his consent, according to Minister Issa Qaraqe, chairman of the Detainees and Ex-Detainees Commission.