Over the past year, there have been several heavy clashes between gunmen in Balata
Palestinians appreciates ex-ESCWA chief’s refusal to cover up Israeli state crimes, Abbas says
No injuries were reported from Israeli shelling on alleged targets in Beit Lahia town in northern Gaza Strip
Another Palestinian has been seriously injured
Justice eludes family of US peace activist killed 14 years ago
Mahmoud Abbas and U.S. special envoy reaffirm commitment to achieve 'lasting peace' between Israel, Palestine
Four arrested in neighborhood of alleged Palestinian attacker in raids by Israeli police
The notion of Israeli legislation silencing mosques has sparked outrage around the Arab and wider Muslim world.
Jailed Palestinian journalist Mohammed al-Qeeq enters 32nd day of ongoing hunger strike
Closure to remain in effect from midnight Thursday to midnight Sunday
‘The adhan won’t be silenced in the mosques of Jerusalem,’ Islamic Jihad leader declares with thousands protesting the Israeli law trying to limit the call to prayer
The man, whom Israeli police named as 31-year-old Bassel al-Aaraj, opened fire at soldiers who came to arrest him at his home Sunday night and was shot dead.
The reclusive British artist has opened the Walled Off hotel in hope of bringing Israeli tourists – and dialogue – to West Bank city
There was no comment from Israeli authorities on the PLO committee’s claims
Fighting broke out near a water source for the Palestinian village of Nabi Saleh, and residents of the Halamish settlement fired gunshots into the air.
Recent placement of glass room in Al-Aqsa courtyard is ‘first step’ towards ‘spatial division’ of mosque, OIC warns
More than 265 Palestinians have reportedly been killed in Israeli-Palestinian violence since late 2015
The findings of the two-year inquiry sparked a frenzy among Israel's political establishment prior to their official release Tuesday, with critics of Netanyahu using the opportunity to slam the premier's allegedly flawed decision-making process.
Israel regularly accuses Palestinians, including the Fatah-led Palestinian leadership, of inciting violence on social networks.
West Bank family appeals for Turkey's help obtaining Israeli permission for Turkish wife's return to Hebron
International law considers all settlements to be illegal, but Israel distinguishes between those it has authorised and those built without official permission.