Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Money for terror.
Dichter to PM: Enforcing law against PA ‘pay for slay’ not optional

Bennett: "You say you want to fight terrorism. The best way to do it is to dry it out and take away its money."

An empty Knesset Plenum
Knesset committee limits Palestinian citizenship and entry into Israel

Out of 22,000 requests, 9,200 had been approved, 3,600 received temporary residence and others were refused

An Israeli border police officer and Israeli soldier at a temporary "checkpoint" in Jerusalem on Apr
Shooting a fleeing Arab in ‘self-defense’ – a problematic pattern

What is clear is that Halak should not have died, that he was killed while running away – the opposite of posing an imminent danger – and that this is a reoccurring phenomenon.

THE PALESTINIAN flag flies at a Palestinian Authority diplomatic post.
More than a shift in tactics needed – opinion

Governments and legislators know exactly what the content is in the textbooks and they will no longer suffer it.

Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the 2019 Second Step
Biden: Israeli threats of annexation choke off hope of peace

Biden vowed that if elected, he would support the Taylor Force Act while restoring funding to security cooperation with Israel.

A PANORAMIC view of east Jerusalem.
PA, Israel in coronavirus power struggle over east Jerusalem

Palestinian officials say Israel marginalized the area to ‘Judaize’ the city and pressure Arab families to leave

Palestinian politician slams Biden’s vow to keep US embassy in Jerusalem

“It’s unfortunate, it’s disappointing. I wish Bernie Sanders were running against Mr. Trump. Although he [Sanders] is Jewish, he has the best position on Palestinian rights.”

Coronavirus: The unexpected opportunity for victory over Hamas

Contrary to the usual state of affairs between the parties, Israel now holds the cards.

Nickolay Mladenov, United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process and Personal
'Israelis, Palestinians must fight for peace as if its COVID-19’

‘We have seen cooperation and we have seen confrontation. But what we really need to see is Palestinians and Israelis coming together not just to fight the virus, but to fight for peace’

UNHRC suspends Israeli-Palestinian debate due to coronavirus

The UNHRC meets three times a year. It is mandated to debate the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at every session, but the passage of resolutions against Israel often takes place at the March session.

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