UN Mideast envoy blasts Israel's 'outrageous' killing of minor Palestinian at Gaza protest, calls for investigation
‘Your future is in your hands,’ the leaflets say, as protests and riots expected Friday afternoon along the border for the fourth consecutive week
For Palestinian historians researching the 1948 exodus of their people, the greatest challenge is getting access to the few surviving documents of the period: most are locked away in Israeli archives
An IDF General in the Crosshairs: Islamic Jihad Releases Menacing Video Ahead of Friday's Gaza Protest
'You’re killing our people in cold blood and think that you’re protected,' Gaza group says in video ahead of weekly border demonstration
Not only do Palestinian journalists who document demonstrations get shot by the Israeli military, now they are also denied proper medical care. The case of photojournalist Ahmed Abu Hassin is the latest example
In last Friday’s protests, one Palestinian was killed and more than 230 wounded
Israelis considered George Habash a cruel airline hijacker, but Eli Galia's new Hebrew-language book shows that the PFLP chief's views would have been better for the Palestinians than Arafat's compromises
Exclusive In Harsh Letter, Top Palestinian Negotiator Tells Foreign Diplomats Trump Envoy Greenblatt Has Turned Into Israel's Spokesman
Saeb Erekat charges that since the Gaza border protests began, Trump's envoy to the peace process has 'consistently repeated Israeli talking points'
'I Don't Want to Lose My Other Leg' Court Orders Israel to Justify Refusal to Grant Gazan Entry for Medical Care
Gaza journalist was injured while he participated in a demonstration at the border; Israeli authorities denied him and another amputee entry because they attended the demonstration
Additional Palestinian killed overnight after cross-border fire ■ Palestinians prepare for 'Molotov Cocktail Day' in third consecutive week of protests, as organizers promise 'non-violent resistance'
An additional 1,554 Gaza residents have been treated for tear gas inhalation or injuries by rubber-coated steel pellets
Islamic Jihad mulls whether to appoint successor to Ramadan Shalah, who has been in his position since 1995 and currently hospitalized in Beirut
My teenage brother risks snipers and tear gas at the marches near the Israeli border. But, like all Gazans, he feels he's dying a slow death anyway
IDF chief of staff ordered probe, expected to focus on civilian casualties, including death of Palestinian photographer Yaser Murtaja
Videos and photos from the march have been seen around the globe with images of protest met with violence sparking outrage
Organizers say each weekend protest will be tied to a specific action with the goal of drawing international attention
Organizers expect more than 35,000 participants in second weekend of protests ■ Israeli military deploys extra forces and maintains regulations for opening fire ■ IDF aircraft attacks armed Palestinian near border
After Crown Prince Recognizes Israel's Right to Exist, Saudi King Reiterates Support for Palestinians
King Salman calls for Jerusalem to be capital of Palestine and a renewed peace process after Israeli security forces killed 16 Palestinians last week during a demonstration along the Israel-Gaza border
Protest organizers direct demonstrators to steer clear of border fence so as 'not to give soldiers any excuse to shoot' after last week's casualties ■ Death toll from last week's border clashes rises to 19
Tahrir Abu-Sabla was waving his hands in the air when he was shot Sunday at a protest near Khan Yunis. Palestinians report he was critically wounded
Fares Arkab, 29, was shot in the abdomen during clashes on the Israel-Gaza border, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry ■ Islamic Jihad claims he was a member of their military wing
The new situation on the Israel-Gaza border has the potential makings of a third intifada. But is there will on the Palestinian side?
One Gaza resident says the marches have become a family affair, with many seeing the rally as a welcome break from the suffocating cities
Israeli forces remain on heightened alert in the area; the army says that the protests will ramp up closer to the end of the week
In his 'Urbi et Orbi' address, Pope Francis said the Israeli-Palestinian conflict 'does not spare the defenseless'