Palestinian journalist Al-Qiq still on hunger strike after 74 days in detention, despite deterioration in medical condition.
Prime minister also expected to lodge complaint with Knesset ethics committee, after Israeli Arab MKs help campaign to return Palestinian terrorists' bodies withheld by Israel.
Palestinian convoy attempted to break the closure on Qabatiyah, on lock down for three days since residents killed an Israeli police officer in a Jerusalem terror attack.
Woman, 35, visited mourning relatives of recently deceased militants in attempt to deliver intel to Israel, Hamas-affiliated website reports.
17-year-old was about to throw a firebomb toward moving vehicles on Route 60 when he was shot, IDF says.
Clashes erupt across West Bank, Gaza; IDF gives demolition notices to families of terrorists; Palestinian teen said to be about to throw firebomb shot dead by Israeli troops.
The lawmakers met with families of Palestinian assailants who are seeking the return of their bodies, which are being held by Israeli authorities.
Mohammed Al-Qiq says he will continue in hunger strike since his appeal to cancel administrative detention has not been accepted.
The scope of the attack at the Old City's Damascus Gate marks an escalation in violence in the terror wave in the capital, police say.
Al-Qiq launched a hunger strike 72 days ago to protest his detention without trial.