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The official leadership has begun a new chapter of free concessions in a futile bet that the solution is coming from Trump's administration.

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Trump's return to the previous administration's files, confirms the extension of the US track on the settlement.

The 66 anniversary of Nakba

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The Israeli government has reportedly ordered a de facto construction freeze on 6,000 illegal settlement housing units in occupied East Jerusalem and the West Bank, according The Jerusalem Post.

Hebrew media sources revealed on Monday that the Israeli government approved a budget to expand Ariel settlement's university built on Palestinian lands to the southeast of Salfit city despite the fact that the UN Security Council had issued a resolution calling for a halt to settlement construction in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Gunmen open fire at Tekoa settlement in W. Bank

  • 2017-06-19
  • News Agencies
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Anonymous gunmen, believed to be from the Palestinian resistance in the West Bank, opened fire last night at the illegal settlement of Tekoa, with no reported injuries, Israel media reported Sunday.

Gunmen open fire at Tekoa settlement in W. Bank

  • 2017-06-18
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Anonymous gunmen, believed to be from the Palestinian resistance in the West Bank, opened fire last night at the illegal settlement of Tekoa, with no reported injuries.

Israeli bill to retain sovereignty over Occupied Jerusalem

  • 2017-06-17
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The Jewish Home party is advancing an amendment to Israeli Basic Law about Occupied Jerusalem to ensure that the city is never divided, Israel Hayom newspaper revealed on Friday.

The Hebrew website Walla said Friday that a meeting will be held between the Israeli Minister of Finance Moshe Kahlon and the Palestinian Authority (PA) government's premier Rami Hamdallah in the coming weeks.

Israels parliament, the Knesset, moved forward on Wednesday with a bill that would see the Israeli government cease to transfer an estimated 1 billion shekels ($280 million) per year to the Palestinian Authority (PA) over the controversial martyrs compensation program that provides financial allowances to Palestinians imprisoned by Israel and their families.

B'Tselem, the Israeli information center for human rights in the occupied territories, has accused the Israeli security and military authorities of exchanging roles with Jewish settlers in attacking the Palestinian citizens as part of Israels intents to strengthen its control over the West Bank.

Founder of Shovrim Shtika (Breaking the Silence) organization, Yehuda Shaul, admitted on Tuesday that he had used Palestinians as human shields dozens of times while serving in the Israeli army.

Israel Hayom Hebrew newspaper reported on Tuesday that the Knesset extended for another year the Israeli citizenship and entry law which bans issuing entry permits under family reunification application.