Mohammad Zaghloul Arimawi's brother tells Palestinian media 40 soldiers raided their house, some kicked his brother until he blacked out ■ IDF says initial inquiry shows Arimawi was not beaten
Punitive measures the White House has taken against the Palestinians since December 2017 (updating)
'I don't think they will ever introduce a plan,' Saeb Erekat, the chair of the PLO's Executive Committe, says a day after U.S. cuts $10 million from Israeli-Palestinian co-existence groups
Analysis Palestinians Rage at Trump's Closure of U.S. Mission, but Some in Ramallah See an Opportunity
The Palestinians may be able to free themselves from the economic and security reliance dictated by Washington after the Oslo Accords
The American funding helps cover part of a debt owed by the Palestinian Authority to the hospitals, which has pushed many of them to the brink of bankruptcy
Tamimi's father Bassem says the family had been invited by human rights groups for meetings in Europe and were scheduled to leave the country on Friday ■ Security source tells Haaretz decision came from Shin Bet
Yahya Sinwar says Gazans will be protesting less at the border fence as a way to help diplomacy lift the Gaza blockade
Statement comes after the U.S. State Department criticized UNRWA for its 'endlessly and exponentially expanding community of entitled beneficiaries'
The Palestinians refuse to give up their aspirations for independence, Israel is waging a war on the idea of an independent Palestinian state, and Jordan fears losing its national identity
The goal of this strategy, in line with Netanyahu’s, is to decimate the Palestinian national movement. Will the Palestinian pressure cooker reach a critical boiling point?
Palestinians blast U.S. decision to stop funding the refugee agency as 'cruel and irresponsible' ■ Move expected to disrupt agency's work in Gaza and the West Bank
UNRWA expresses 'deep regret and disappointment' at the U.S. decision, rejecting assertions that its programs are 'irredeemably flawed'
Gaza medics said 180 Palestinians were wounded in clashes in the West Bank and on the Gaza border; a third of them said to have been injured from live fire, including a female nurse and a young boy
Palestinian officials who visited Abbas recently were surprised to learn he didn't remember them at all, Israel's Channel 10 reports
The beginning of the school year had been in doubt after the UN agency said it lacked funds to pay 22,000 teachers