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Foreign Minister Shoukry says escalation represents continuation of policies of “oppression and collective punishment”
By Fadi Elhusseini Palestinian success in burying a seven-year division has surpassed its domestic effects and has, without a doubt, regional and international implications. With the Palestinian unity government, the relationships between the Palestinians and Israelis on one side and the Palestinians, their Arab neighbours and the international community on the other side will experience …
AFP – Israel stepped up efforts to crush Hamas in the West Bank on Tuesday as the hunt for three Israeli teenagers believed kidnapped by the Islamist movement entered its fifth day. Thousands of Israel troops engaged in the search for the youths turned their attention during the night to the northern West Bank city …
The army says more than 150 Palestinians have been arrested in the search for the three youngsters Israel says were kidnapped by Hamas militants from a settlement bloc in the southern West Bank on Thursday night.
For the past 11 months, Egyptian authorities have repeatedly shut down the border crossing and it is estimated that thousands need to travel
The amendment would give the courts power to prevent Israel’s president from granting clemency or shortening the jail term of anyone imprisoned for murder.
The toll from Wednesday’s double car bombing rose to 11, after a woman died of her wounds
The meeting comes less than a fortnight after US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that Israel was facing a growing campaign of delegitimisation which could worsen if peace talks with the Palestinians collapsed.
The site reported that it occurred as the ambassador was opening a safe.
Thousands of Palestinians came out to celebrate his return to Issawiya, honking car horns and waving flags of different Palestinian groups, witnesses said.
Despite conflicting figures all parties agree most refugees from Syria have been released
Ministry of Interior said these were “allegations” and dismissed them
Over 50 Syrian and Palestinian refugees are protesting unlawful detention in poor conditions
Joint statement released highlighting arrests, detentions, and deportation of refugees in Egypt
Shtayyeh held Israel “completely responsible for the failure of negotiations, because of the continuation and escalation of settlement building.”
Some 60 samples were taken from the remains of the late Palestinian leader in November last year for a probe into whether he was poisoned by polonium.
Three killed and nine arrested in Monday’s crackdown in Sinai
ECESR and FIDH decry hostility towards Syrian refugees in Egypt; call on state to respect international conventions it ratified
Palestinian security sources named the dead man as Islam al-Tubasi, 21, and said he was shot as troops stormed his home in the Jenin refugee camp, north of the West Bank city of Nablus.
Guards arrest two Palestinian men in North Sinai carrying stolen Egyptian identity cards
Both sides said that the initial aim was to relaunch regular meetings on technical issues such as crossing points; fuel, power and water supplies to the Palestinians; and payment for treatment of Palestinians in Israeli hospitals.
Moussa Abu Marzouk criticises Egypt for not recognising Palestinian-Syrians as refugees
Protesters on the scene say the embassy is pressuring them to end their sit-in through verbal attacks and threats
A spokesman for Netanyahu said the decision was to take effect “immediately”.
Egypt’s Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr expressed his concern over reports about the deteriorating health of Palestinian hunger strikers in Israeli jails
Online activists criticise El-Erian’s comments, saying Egypt should accept Copts before introducing more minorities
Abbas is set to ask for state observer status for the Palestinians this Thursday
Ehud Olmert could return to politics
€100 million to provide clean water, health care facilities and education
Four people have been beheaded in Saudi Arabia for breaching Saudi Islamic law, while seven Egyptians were sentenced to lashes and jail-time. The punishments handed out in Saudi bring into question their commitment to human rights as defined within the UN charter