By sharing Al-Aqsa wedding photos online, Palestinians give tradition modern twist – and reassert presence at Islam’s 3rd holiest site
A Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli armed forces
Despite Israel illegally occupying the land of Palestine, a small group of Palestinian villages living in the hills of al-Khalili may also be forced to leave their homeland because of Israeli claims of living on an "archaeological site"'
Hundreds gather in Lebanon, Gaza Strip to celebrate spectacular failure of coup bid in Turkey
Turkey’s Energy Ministry sends delegation to Gaza Strip to examine means of tackling territory’s chronic energy shortfall
Police to allow extremist Jewish settlers to resume visits to flashpoint site after Eid holiday, Israeli media reports
Carrying 11,000 tons of supplies, Lady Leyla expected to reach Israeli port of Ashdod Saturday night
Sameh Shoukry makes first visit as Egyptian FM to Palestinian Authority’s administrative capital in West Bank
Police have shot a Palestinian who apparently attacked a Jewish settler
Hamas has thanked Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his support following a reconciliation pact with Israel
Israeli police have temporarily closed Al-Aqsa mosque until Thursday after clashes occurred between IDF soldiers and Muslim worshippers
Riyad al-Maliki says pleased with Turkey's efforts to ease blockade and deliver aid in Gaza
Just one day after Mahmoud Abbas accused rabbi's of calling on the Israeli government to poison Palestinian water, he has retracted the charge saying it was "baseless" lie
For Muslims, East Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque represents world’s third holiest site
Only men over 45 and children under 12 – along with women of all ages – allowed into site without entry permits
Israel on Monday was elected to chair a UN committee for the first time in the world body's 71-year history, triggering strong protests from Arab countries and the Palestinians.
Tens of thousands of Palestinians have been left without access to safe drinking water with the hot weather reaching 35 degrees during Ramadan
War and poverty has forced many children, with some as young as 5 years old, forced into working to help look after their families
Muslims converge on Islam's third holiest site despite fresh Israeli restrictions on Palestinian movement
Following deadly Tel Aviv shooting attack, Israel bans West Bank Palestinians from visiting Jerusalem for Eid
Ramadan in Gaza is something else, with fairy lights and the tradition "fanoos" , the lantern, giving a glimmer of hope for many.