A month before his expected release from prison, Sheikh Ra’ad Salah may be charged, again, with incitement.
The government cites a lack of permits, but the Arab community can't accept its bleak situation for long.
Talal Dwikat is a senior Fatah member and former governor Israel says was arrested for weapons-related crimes.
Hamas and PA blame each other for electricity crisis that has left Gaza with power only 3 hours a day.
Israeli Arabs say increased enforcement of construction laws stems from political pressure tied to pending evacuation of West Bank settlement.
The IDF said Mohammed al-Salahi, 32, threatened them with a knife, but an activist in the camp alleges he was shot for no reason. Three Palestinian suspects were arrested.
Palestinian officials believe that Trump is serious about moving the embassy and that it was not simply an election campaign stance.
Shin Bet says the equipment, destined for Hamas, was concealed in the appliances in the West Bank and then transferred to Gaza via the Kerem Shalom crossing.
Palestinians in Hamas-controlled Strip are used to meager power, but with freezing weather and fuel shortages, electricity crisis is fomenting rising unrest, with fingers pointed at Palestinian leadership.
'Premeditated death sentence,' is what Gazan patients are calling Israel’s travel ban and delays that prevent them for accessing medical treatment in Israel and the West Bank.