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Zakariya Zubeidi, then-leader of Al Aqsa martyrs brigades looks on during a demonstration

World Bank: No money in West Bank, no security

The Bank warns that a financial crisis in the Palestinian Authority will trigger a security nightmare.

Palestinian worker carries a bag of salt at a factory near Jericho, West Bank, 2018.

ECJ holds hearing on labelling products manufactured in West Bank

On June 14, the Advocate General will present his opinion. The Court will then take that opinion into account before giving its decision at a later date, according to a statement.

Hamas Chief Ismail Haniyeh gestures during a rally marking the 31st anniversary of Hamas' founding,

Intelligence center: ‘New Hamas ingenuity leading terror wave’

The intelligence center report said another key reason for the wave was “the persistent weakening of the PA and the decrease in the level of security coordination with Israel.”

Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit

Shaked publicizes decision that may legalize 2,000 West Bank units

The legal opinion made reference to moving forward with expedited proceedings in special military West Bank committees to recognize Jews' rights in a variety of circumstances over land.

Right warns Netanyahu he’s on borrowed time

Netanyahu beefs up security, pledges to legalize thousands of homes

The logo of Airbnb is displayed at an Airbnb event in Tokyo, Japan, June 14, 2018.

Class action suit filed in Jerusalem court against Airbnb

The court petition stated that the discrimination in this case was “particularly grave and outrageous” because Airbnb has pulled listings from only one disputed territory, the West Bank.

Date Farmer Inon Rosenblom pointing to the Jordanian mountains the surround his farm.

WATCH: Economic Peace in the West Bank

A look at three different Israel businesses operating in Area C of the West Bank that hire Palestinian workers, and their struggles and triumphs in an attempt to foster peace.

Resturant and winery in the Givat Harel outpost

Israel colluded in illegal settler building, comptroller charges

State Comptroller Yosef Shapira published the findings of his office in a scathing report that focused in part on the illegal building activities in the Binyamin Regional Council.

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