Executive Committee Member of Palestine Liberation Organization Abu Yusef stated US State Secretary Kerry sides with Israel amid Middle Eastern peace process
17:14, 23 May 2013 Thursday
Israeli soldiers detained two Palestinian policemen in Nablus and they were accused of killing a Jewish settler.
While a clash of ideologies between allies in Netanyahu's administration has been rare, they are unable to reach a consensus on the two state solution.
The Head of 1948 Palestinian Islamic Movement said that the goal of Israel is to Judaicize the Al Aqsa mosque.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved the expansion of the zone from three to six nautical miles (5.5 to 11 km), a statement said.
Israeli forces raided two homes owned by the Shalan family early Tuesday.
"Israel must not lose this important opportunity to seek peace. Israel must withdraw to the '67 borders, with an independent state established with Jerusalem as its capital," Sheikh Hamad told the Doha Forum.
Tunnels between Egypt and Gaza closed and the border was declared as military zone
Speakers of Hamas and Fatah conveyed support for Turkish prime minister's messages for Palestinian unity.
Due to the deportation, torture, destruction and wreckage, for Palestinians 1948— the year of the state of Israel’s founding— is a big catastrophe, a "Nekbe.”
Two Palestinians were injured Friday in clashes with Israeli forces in the al-Arrub refugee camp north of Hebron, medics said Maan reported. Luay al-Badawi was hit in the face with a plastic-coated bullet that broke his jaw, and then shot again in the head.
Palestinian President Abbas said "If the Palestinian national reconciliation is provided we can visit Gaza with Erdogan"
Israeli police have temporarily barred Israeli Jews and tourists from entering the Al-Aqsa holy site. On Wednesday, the 65th anniversary of the Nakba, Jeiwsh rightists tried to storm the compound.
The government said it had taken steps in recent weeks to authorise retroactively four West Bank outposts built without "official permission"
The 65th anniversary of the Nakba, when hundreds of thousands of Arabs were forced out of their homes and into exile, was commemorated throughout Jerusalem, Gaza and Ramallah as well as in Cairo.
An article about a Conference of Zionists published on July 20, 1899 in the New York Times depicts how the Conference sought to “colonize Palestine” and discussed the purchasing of land with English Zionists.
Dozens of Israeli right-wingers raided the compound through the Moroccan gate, and clashes broke out at the Bab al-Hutta gate as Israeli forces escorted rightists into the mosque area.
Hamas and el-Fatah agreed in a January meeting on issues to be addressed in the Palestinian national reconciliation.
The camp has been plagued by dysfunctional infrastructure facilities such as sewage, clean water and electricity systems following the Israeli attack, and hospitals cannot find the necessary medical equipment.
"Palestinian Unit", which is one of the few bands making hip hop style music in Palestine, is trying to "reflect the social problems of Palestine and the people's demand for peace through its music."
The Palestinian religious affairs minister said that if Al-Aqsa Mosque was damaged, a war of religions would break out which would not be to the interest of anyone.