Paper by military insiders at the University of Tel Aviv’s Institute for National Security Studies, says that targeting the PA economically will result in increased in civil disturbance and the empowering of Hamas.
Chaotic scenes unfolded as Israeli police used stun grenades to try to control thousands of Muslim worshippers, who surged into Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque after Israel lifted restrictions imposed at the sacred site.
Last week's clashes at the compound left two Israelis and three Palestinians dead. The authorities have urged all Muslim worshippers to gather outside Al Aqsa Mosque for Friday prayers.
Data released by Israel's Central Bureau of Statistics indicates that construction on settler homes in the Israeli-occupied West Bank rose by 70 percent between April 2016 and March 2017.
We chat with former Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal about the political group's new charter, which advocates for Palestinians to resist against Zionists not Jews. He also reflects upon his own leadership of the movement.
As Palestinians mourn the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War, a diplomatic coup of Shakespearean proportions has unfolded on the Arabian Peninsula. Once again, they are dismayed over the lack of solidarity from neighbours.
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.
The UN-serviced refugee camp was set up to house Palestinians fleeing the 1948 and 1967 wars. The only camp on Israeli-administered territory, Shuafat is congested and populated by refugees who were prosperous once.
In his first foreign tour, US President Donald Trump says he is hopeful for a peace agreement between Israel and Palestine. The Israelis say the visit was "truly historic." But outspoken political scientist Norman Finkelstein says it was pointless.
The US is ready to do everything to help achieve that goal, President Donald Trump said in Bethlehem at a joint press conference with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Palestinians held a general strike in solidarity with hundreds of prisoners in Israeli jails on hunger strike for 11 days, with some officials calling it the largest in years.
The fifth annual Palestine Marathon drew 6,000 people from more than 40 countries.
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