Ramallah

Caught in the middle of the Palestinians’ normalization debate - comment

I was one of the journalists invited to be briefed by Palestinian officials. Then, the restaurant where we had lunch was attacked, and the PLO is pretending they had nothing to do with us.

Abbas worried Israel won’t allow him into Ramallah if he visits Gaza

Fatah officials arrive in Gaza to discuss ways of foiling Trump plan

Palestinian prisoners wait to be released from Ketziot prison, southern Israel, October 1, 2007
'Mastermind' weapons smuggler slams PLO, Fatah for abandoning prisoners

"Shame on you for holding positions you don't deserve."

Palestinian security forces guard outside al-Istishari hospital in Ramallah
Palestinian inmate who 'sold land to Jews' dies in Ramallah hospital

The prisoner, whose identity was not released, was arrested in 2012 by the PA security forces on charges of involvement in the sale of lands to Jews.

Palestinian Affairs: No room for optimism from Ramallah

Palestinians continue on their path regardless of Israeli political uncertainty

Bir Zeit University near Ramallah
Bir Zeit University bans ‘paramilitary’ rally, sparking student protests

The administration announced it has decided to “evacuate all students quickly and until further notice.”

PLO invites Israelis to Ramallah on Partition Plan anniversary

Fatah General Jibril Rajoub praised the Israelis; a Neturei Karta rabbi was booed by the crowd.

By LEON SVERDLOV
01/12/2019
Despite the view of Abbas, there’s no plan to replace him

Palestinian Authority: Conflicting messages, perceived weakness

Israeli engineer stands in the new electrical substation near the West Bank city of Jenin
Israel to increase cuts to electricity provided to Palestinians

The Palestinian Authority owes about NIS 300 billion and about an additional NIS 150 million due to occurrences of theft of electricity.

16/10/2019
File photo of a Microsoft logo on an office building in New York
Palestinian teens find IDF surveillance camera, Microsoft faces backlash

Ma'an reported that the boys who found the camera set it on fire after figuring out it was an Israeli spy device that included a transmitter and a battery.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
09/10/2019
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