Israel continues to attack Palestinians and violate their rights despite pandemic.
An outbreak in the besieged territory could be catastrophic.
Political analyst Roland Freudenstein buddies up with advocates of extreme violence.
Fatou Bensouda has left open the possibility that judges will reject a full investigation.
Egyptian military accused of torturing Palestinians traveling through the Sinai.
Reading Time: 2 minutesAs a tenuous ceasefire takes hold in Israel and Gaza, life visibly goes back to normal — but, in some ways, not. A mere 48 hours of fighting have signaled more change than far longer and bloodier confrontations in the past, analysts say.
The possible presidential candidate is weak on Palestinian freedom, but did tell those seeking to censor BDS to “apply to a school in North Korea.”
Palestinian factions seek to contain confrontation started by Israel.
No Israeli websites have been blocked by the PA.
Palestinians seeking to return home have been attacked since 1949.
Donors help secure release of destitute prisoners.
Rather than fighting persecution, Katherina Von Schnurbein panders to a vicious apartheid state.
Amnesty says killing of woman who posed no immediate threat may be unlawful.
Will a West Bank annexation prove the final straw for the Palestinian Authority?
Three years in prison, outlandish charges, 119 court appearances and still no conviction.
New film, Gaza, documents the ordinary aspirations of extraordinary people.
Regional tensions, Gaza siege conspire to shut several news outlets leaving journalists facing uncertain future
The Palestinian Authority has caused widespread hardship by cutting the wages of its Gaza employees.
Israel was directly responsible for killing children.
Palestinian death toll since Friday exceeds 25.
Five Palestinians killed by Israeli sniper fire and air strikes.
Palestinian Authority halts allowances to families of people killed in Gaza.
Israel has imposed measures intended to worsen conditions for detainees.
Israeli leaders seek total capitulation of Palestinians in Gaza.
Human rights groups condemn Hamas crackdown on Gaza protests.
Family seeks international probe into Israel's killing of a teenager.
US announces ban on International Criminal Court personnel investigating Israeli war crimes.
Israel declares TV station to be “terrorist organization,” paving way for more attacks on journalists.
Gaza Palestinians abducted in Egypt four years ago return home.
European Jewish Association refuses to say how it raises $8.5 million per year.
Officials from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the United Arab Emirates move closer to Israel.
Dismissed by Israel and forgotten internationally, Palestinians are at a critical juncture.
Four Palestinians have died by military fire this week.
Gaza hospitals ration and suspend services as emergency fuel runs out.
Withdrawal of PA personnel from Rafah crossing spells effective closure of the besieged territory.
The real scandal is that repression is being enabled.
Multi-story building in refugee camp blown up in revenge demolition.
Palestinian Authority security forces beat protesters.
Palestinian human rights group call for abolition of death penalty.
New York Congressman Peter King paints Dublin move to uphold international law as being against "peace."
Spyware sold to governments used against journalists and dissidents.
PA and US are becoming increasingly irrelevant.
Hamas shows restraint in attack on military bus; factions agree Egyptian ceasefire proposal.
Palestinian resistance groups say one million Israelis within reach of their missiles.
Palestinians killed along Gaza boundary.