Palestine

Police: Palestinian stabs Israeli with screwdriver in Jerusalem

Police: Palestinian stabs Israeli with screwdriver in Jerusalem

A Palestinian man stabbed an Israeli man with a screwdriver in occupied Jerusalem on Sunday, Israeli media and police reported

Gaza suffers from domestic-use gas crisis

Gaza suffers from domestic-use gas crisis

No sooner is a fuel or a power crisis reduced in the Gaza Strip than another starts, and the crisis which has surfaced recently is domestic gas

Hamas MP: Elections best solution for political divide

Hamas MP: Elections best solution for political divide

Hamas member of the Palestinian parliament Khalil al-Hayya said Thursday that elections offer the best solution for the current divide between Palestinian factions, a statement from the official said

Top labor union officials released from PA jail

Top labor union officials released from PA jail

Abbas ordered the release of two top union officials from jail on Thursday after a week in detention, an official told

Health of prisoner on 55th day of hunger strike deteriorating

Health of prisoner on 55th day of hunger strike deteriorating

A lawyer for a prisoner rights group said on Friday that the health condition of a hunger-striking prisoner in Israeli custody is deteriorating quickly

Palestinian activists cross separation wall in protest action

Palestinian activists cross separation wall in protest action

Dozens of Palestinian activists crossed Israel's separation wall on Friday near Qalandia checkpoint as part of a series of non-violent protest actions to demonstrate solidarity with Jerusalem

Hamas warns of 'explosion' if Israel prevents Gaza reconstruction

Hamas warns of

The military wing of the Hamas warned Thursday of renewed violence unless Israel allows the reconstruction of the war-battered Gaza Strip

Palestinians stuck at closed Rafah border for last 3 weeks

Palestinians stuck at closed Rafah border for last 3 weeks

A group of Palestinians stuck on the Egyptian side of the Rafah crossing into Gaza on Thursday called upon Egypt to open the crossing after three weeks of closure in order to allow them to return to the Gaza Strip

Thousands pray in Aqsa for 1st time in months

Thousands pray in Aqsa for 1st time in months

Thousands of Palestinians were able to conduct Friday prayers for the first time in months in the Al-Aqsa mosque after Israel lifted age restrictions that have kept most worshipers out for months and aggravated tensions across Jerusalem

Palestine welcomes the establishment of an independent UN Board to Investigate Attacks on UN Places in Gaza

Palestine welcomes the establishment of an independent UN Board to Investigate Attacks on UN Places in Gaza

The Permanent Observer Mission of the State of Palestine welcomed the announcement made on 10 November 2014 by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon, to establish an internal and independent United Nations Board of Inquiry to investigate certain incidents that occurred in the Gaza Strip between 8 July and 26 August 2014