The Second Intifada ends in February 2005, with a joint announcement by Sharon and Mahmud Abbas, successor to the late Yasser Arafat.
Is the antisemitism debate in the UK is being weaponised to stifle debate on criticising Israeli?
Refused refuge in the occupied Golan Heights, civilians displaced in southwest Syria face a new range of threats. Their plight lies in stark contrast with the Israelis flocking to the disputed region for war tourism just a few kilometres away.
Since protests on the Gaza-Israel border began on March 30, Israeli troops have killed at least 115 Palestinians and wounded more than 13,000 people, including 3,600 by live ammunition, according to the Red Cross.
The Israeli court ruling allowed a pro-settlement group to take control of church land in a mainly Palestinian area of occupied and annexed east Jerusalem.
Since 2007, Gaza's roughly two million inhabitants have suffered from a crippling Israeli blockade that has deprived them of many basic commodities, including food, fuel, medicine and building materials.
The West Bank town of Ya'bad is no stranger to violent clashes with Israeli settlers and the IDF, but the killing of a 14-year-old girl on the eve of the anniversary of half a century of occupation shakes it to its core.
Young Ahmed is raised with his father's scarring memories of the Six-Day War only to grow up and face his own socio-political trauma.
He was born in a refugee camp. Now he's at the helm of the Palestinian struggle.
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