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Israel accuses American citizen Omar Shakir, the New York-based rights group's director for Israel and the Palestinian territories, of supporting a boycott of the Jewish state
The decision is the latest in a series of pro-Israeli moves by Donald Trump's administration
US State secretary Mike Pompeo tells reporters, the US has concluded that 'the establishment of Israeli civilian settlements in the West Bank is not, per se, inconsistent with international law'
Thirty-four Palestinians are dead after a strike targeting Islamic Jihad in Gaza
(3rd UPDATE) Israel launches air strikes in response to barrages of retaliatory rocket fire, with the Gazan health ministry reporting 4 people have been killed and 25 wounded in the Palestinian enclave
Gaza Islamist rulers, Hamas, says the 'Zionist enemy bears full responsibility' of the pre-dawn air raids
A new virtual reality application is launched to give everyone the chance to tour specific sites in the Palestinian Territories
Bernie Sanders accuses both Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of fomenting division
'Our response, if any Israeli government is to proceed with this plan, is that all signed agreements with the government of the occupation and any obligations therein will be terminated,' says Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas
Benjamin Netanyahu's pledge, a week ahead of a closely fought general election, is controversial but what would it actually mean?
When Israelis vote next week it will be the 6th general election since Palestinians last had the chance to cast ballots in parliamentary polls more than 13 years ago
At least 306 Palestinians have been killed since March 2018 by Israeli fire
President Juan Orlando Hernandez of Honduras announces that his country would open a diplomatic office in Jerusalem
Kushner, US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, visits Jordan and Israel
(UPDATED) In video from a speech to participants of weekly protests on Friday, July 12, Fathi Hamad, a member of the movement's top political body, can be seen calling on Palestinians across the globe to carry out attacks
For now, its plan will open over cocktails and dinner Tuesday evening in Bahrain at an intimate two-day 'economic workshop' at a luxury hotel overlooking the Gulf
The Peace to Prosperity economic workshop that begins June 25 is billed as the start of a new approach that will later include political solutions to the long intractable Middle East conflict
Arab foreign ministers also insist on the 'complete Arab support to the Palestinian state's economic, political, and financial independence'
'Israel will be represented at the Bahrain economic workshop in a way that will be decided later on,' Foreign Minister Israel Katz writes on Twitter
Heiko Maas reaffirms his country's support for a two-state solution ahead of a long-awaited United States peace plan
Palestinians have rejected the plan before it has even been unveiled, seeing US President Donald Trump as irredeemably biased for Israel
In an interview with Axios, Jared Kushner says the Palestinians 'need to have a fair judicial system... freedom of press, freedom of expression, tolerance for all religions' before the Palestinian territories can become 'investable'
The incident between Palestinian worshippers and Israeli police took place as Israel marked Jerusalem Day, which this year coincided with the final days of Ramadan
During Quds Day commemorations, demonstrators burn US and Israeli flags and effigies of US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
'The fact that UNRWA still exists today is an illustration of the failure of the parties and the international community to resolve the issue politically – and one cannot deflect the attention onto a humanitarian organization'
'This is a collective Palestinian position, from President Mahmud Abbas and the PLO Executive Committee to all Palestinian political movements and factions, national figures, private sector and civil society'
An Israeli military spokeswoman declines to comment on the deal, but there appears to be no rocket fire or Israeli strikes after it was due to take effect
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu orders the military to reinforce troops around the Gaza Strip with tanks, artillery, and infantry forces
Due to the rocket fire, Israel closes its people and goods crossings with Gaza as well as the zone it allows for fishermen off the enclave until further notice
Jared Kushner, US President Donald Trump's son-in-law, says he would present his long-awaited Middle East peace proposal around June and that it would include a 'robust business plan' for the Palestinians
If a measure involving eviction from settlements is tabled, Israel would pull out of Washington's plan, according to Netanyahu
The Israeli army says it will investigate the incident
The reopening comes a day after Palestinians protested along the Gaza border with Israel to mark the one-year anniversary since demonstrations and clashes erupted there
There is no immediate comment from the Israeli side on the potential agreement
The change means Washington's relations with the Palestinians will now fall under the authority of US ambassador to Israel David Friedman, who has been a supporter of Israeli settlement building in the occupied West Bank
it is the first permission granted for the Muslim umrah pilgrimage since the start of Egyptian military operations in northern Sinai in 2014
The joint US-Polish conference, announced last month by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, will be held on February 13 and 14 and host ministers from across the globe
Turkey has observers in the Norway-led team tasked with promoting security for Palestinians in Hebron, which is holy to both Muslims and Jews and has been a flashpoint in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
(UPDATED) 'The government of Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah submitted on [January 29] its resignation to President Mahmud Abbas,' official news agency Wafa says following a cabinet meeting
In his traditional 'Urbi and Orbi' address, Pope Francis appeals for 'fraternity among individuals of every nation and culture'
A contentious embassy shift from Tel Aviv – a proposal made during a crucial Sydney by-election that critics said was timed to attract Jewish voters – will not occur until a peace settlement is achieved
A senior Palestinian official says the Australian decision to open a trade office in the city violated international law
Australia also commits to recognizing a future state of Palestine with east Jerusalem as its capital
This week's selection of photo highlights here and around the world
The United States, Israel and Australia are the only 3 countries to oppose the measure in the 193-nation assembly
A senior official says envoy Nickolay Mladenov has 'gone beyond his role' in seeking agreements between Israel and rival Palestinian faction Hamas, which controls Gaza
At least 193 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli fire since March 30, the majority during Israel-Gaza border protests, while one Israeli soldier has been shot dead by a Palestinian sniper
Palestine has filed a lawsuit against the US at the International Court of Justice 'for violating international law by moving its embassy in Israel to the occupied city of Jerusalem'
The fate of Khan al-Ahmar has drawn international concern, with European countries calling on Israel not to move ahead with plans to demolish it
It is the latest point of tension between the administration of President Donald Trump and the Palestinians, who cut off contact with Washington after Trump recognized the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital in December