35-year-old Faris Azzam and his family insist he was wrongfully shot while Israeli soldiers initially claimed he tried to run them over
After two and half years of delay, Adam Hemo will be allowed to leave the Strip with his family – if his mother and older siblings undergo a new security check
Anyvision has cameras deep inside the West Bank, allowing Israel to spot and monitor potential Palestinian assailants
Why should Israeli professors and students care that their country is subverting the academic freedom of Palestinian universities and interfering with their hiring of foreign lecturers?
Tlaib's spokeswoman said trip likely to take place regardless as congresswoman says 'her city' in West Bank is 'so excited that she is possibly going to come to see her next month'
Short-term tourist visas and refusals to extend them are routine obstacles, but the West Bank's Birzeit University is now fighting back
Rockets Launched at Israel After Gaza Factions Vow Revenge for Killing Hamas Member; No Injuries Reported
In West Bank, 10-year-old Palestinian boy was critically wounded during clashes with Israeli soldiers
No Hebrew graffiti was found at the groves where the trees were damaged, unlike previous such attacks on Palestinian agriculture
Speaking at a Jewish settlement, Israeli Prime Minister lists his four principles regarding the future of the West Bank
'I'm not afraid they will reach me, I'm an innocent man,' Mahmoud Qatusa says of perpetrators who vandalized walls and slashed tires in his village
The suspect was arrested by Border Police soldiers at the entrance to a military court where the attack took place
Spray-painted messages suggest incident intended as revenge for car-ramming attack that wounded Israeli soldiers
Suspect and his father questioned after what the military says was a deliberate attack
Alleged explosives expert is said to have received extensive instruction from Hamas before being sent to West Bank to plan attacks in Israel
Falic family, owners of Duty Free Americas shops, donated at least $5.6 million to settler organizations in West Bank over past decade, and have given more money than any other donor to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Defense establishment assess that increasing emphasis on Israel's religious character, over democratic values and Palestinian economic hardship could lead to civil uprisings led by Hamas against the Authority
Judge calls violation 'a mortal blow to the defendant’s basic right to due process'
Hebron resident Salah Abu Miala was taken by Palestinian security forces upon his return to the West Bank
Court accepts that construction on private Palestinian land can be legalized retroactively if the land had mistakenly been thought to belong to the state ■ Ruling to be ultimately considered by the High Court
The bureaucratic reason is simple: His registered address is Rafah
Far-rightist Bezalel Smotrich, the new transportation minister, is already making his presence felt by helping stall the plan that covers everything from energy to mining to water use
Malicious graffiti reading 'non-Jews = enemies' was spray-painted on the walls of private houses and Stars of David were scrawled on vehicles, human rights organization says
In order for lessons to be drawn, one must ensure that debriefings are geared toward structural and procedural improvements, not toward looking for heads to roll
In 2018, Netanyahu made a rare visit to Muscat for talks with Sultan Qaboos
Amiram Ben-Uliel, who is suspected of setting ablaze the home of the family and killing three, was set to testify in Court Wednesday but his attorney says he changed his mind because he felt he endured 'injustice'
Prosecutors say there is evidence the girl was sexually assaulted and that Mahmoud Qatusa was involved, but 'there isn't enough evidence' against him in the high-profile case
Protests underway in the Strip and in the West Bank in response to the release of the economic section of the American peace proposal