Jerusalem families may remain in their homes, for now.
Police attack Palestinian man with Down syndrome.
Settlers, soldiers injure dozens of Palestinians in flashpoint neighborhood.
Yesha Council falsely terms violence against Palestinians “aberrant.”
Israeli court “compromise” aimed at defusing tensions but not delivering justice.
Chicago activists challenge congresswoman on her failure to support Palestinian children.
The PA's grip on power grows increasingly tenuous even as it wields the politics of fitna.
Blinken helps Lapid whitewash abuses and double down on new ones.
Israel’s recent escalation fails to break a steadfast people.
Ali Abunimah and Jon Elmer discuss growing sophistication of Palestinian tactics.
Police attack Palestinians in Jerusalem after weeks of mass arrests.
Palestinian leaders must take steps to ensure there is no return to the old paradigm.
We talk to the Palestine Pod hosts and to a Palestinian writer in Jerusalem.
Woken at midnight by Israel's bombs.
Nightmare of 2014 repeated as families are bombed in their homes.
A spirit of defiance and unity across Palestine distinguishes the current escalation.
Palestinian families face eviction in settler group's ruthless land theft efforts in East Jerusalem.
Palestinians are rising up throughout their homeland.
Newspaper employs fraudulent timeline.
Israeli bombing kills 20 Palestinians, including nine children.
Violence against Palestinians is backed by the Israeli state at every level.
Israeli settler groups threaten 37 Palestinian households with imminent eviction.
The Abu Asab family has lived in the house for almost seven decades.
Israel to forcibly displace hundreds of Palestinians from Jerusalem neighborhoods.
Israeli settlement construction surges in West Bank.
Israel closes Palestinian college in Jerusalem, bans Birzeit faculty from obtaining visas.
The Shamasneh family refused to leave their home of more than 50 years.
“Our guys” helped drive Palestinians from their homes, boasts Ben Packer.
Renewal of evictions attributed to election of Trump.
Children kept in filthy cells and denied adequate treatment for bullet wounds
[ PIC 28/08/2014 - 03:44 PM ] OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)– The Israeli municipal council in occupied Jerusalem approved on Thursday the construction of a religious school (yeshiva) in the predominantly-Arab neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in east Jerusalem. According to the plan, a nine-story religious school will be built in the heart of this neighborhood.