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Behind enemy lines at the birth of the Israeli secret service.
In 2018, the ICC Chief Prosecutor issued a report which seemed to signal that the ICC was close to a decision on whether to investigate allegations of war crimes in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The father and son were admitted to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital in Jerusalem with broken ribs and noses.
Kadoura Fares, a senior Fatah official and head of Palestinian Prisoners Club, said that the Israeli bill was aimed at “undermining the Palestinians’ spirit of resistance."
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
“Today we say to the world that this school is like Palestine and the Palestinian revolution,” PA Education Minister Sabri Saidam said at the opening ceremony for the school.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TOVAH LAZAROFF
IfNotNow participants state that they knew they could not go to east Jerusalem with Birthright, so were leaving the group to do so.
By JEREMY SHARON
According to the Defense Ministry, the PA in 2017 paid $198 million to the so-called “martyrs’ families fund” and an additional $160m. to the Palestinian Prisoners’ Club.
By JOSHUA S. BLOCK
According to Yesh Atid MK Elazar Stern, the PA is not cooperating with the Europeans, and PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah refused to give an accounting to the EU of the use of the EU funds to the PA
By HERB KEINON
“Twenty-five years ago, the Palestinians were in a terrific situation. Israelis and Palestinians worked together in Hebron. How many people have been killed since 1993? We haven’t achieved anything.”
By GIL HOFFMAN
After complaint from British journalist, BBC promises to issue correction about 'lots of Palestinian kids being killed'
By AMY SPIRO
“Dr. Erekat – we have heard your voice for decades and it has not achieved anything close to Palestinian aspirations or anything close to a comprehensive peace agreement,” Greenblatt wrote.
US Ambassador to Israel Friedman reportedly directed the State Department to stop using the term.
By MICHAEL WILNER
A former military correspondent reflects on his time covering the bloody uprising.
By ARIEH O’SULLIVAN
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