Israel is withholding NIS 500m in tax receipts from the Palestinians, representing the amount the PA has paid terrorists and their families
Champions Academy, one of Gaza's biggest soccer schools, set the team up. Israel, according to WHO, approved 75.6 percent of requests to exit Gaza for cancer treatment in 2018, an increase of 12 percent from 2017
Haaretz Photo Blog 'I'm 33 Years Old and I've Never Been on a Plane': The Palestinian Photographer at the Gaza Border
It took Abdel Zagout, a 33-year-old photographer from Gaza, five years to complete a project on Egypt's border with Gaza that won him the Red Cross 2018 photography competition
Army brass reprimands Palestinians who choose to stay outside Gaza without permits and let their children return home alone following medical treatment. But what if that’s the only way the parents can find work?
According to Gaza sources, Hamas believes PA officials helped Israel smuggle espionage equipment into the Strip
According to Israeli criteria, travel permits are only granted if first-degree relatives are either dead or dying
After Netanyahu scraps international peacekeeping mission in Hebron, some Palestinians decided to take matters into their own hands and fill the void created in the contested, conflict-prone West Bank city
Among those affected are about 780 former prisoners and 133 current prisoners in Israel who are affiliated with Hamas or Islamic Jihad
'If you want to be a hero, you don't kill an innocent woman,' jailed senior Fatah official says ■ Hamas, Islamic Jihad refrain from taking credit for murder, which Shin Bet said had 'nationalistic' motive
Palestinian president lands in Saudi Arabia with closest advisers for meetings with King Salman, Prince Mohammed ■ Trip comes after top negotiator Erekat visited Egypt
Last year Qatar gave Gaza $200 million for aid, fuel and government salaries – and is expected to provide hundreds of millions more this year
The review did not find any cases of incitement, and majority of bias issues were related to maps and the status of Jerusalem
One of the dead named as relative of Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh, as Palestinians protest for the 46th Friday in a row
Netanyahu's closest election rival told Israeli newspaper 2005 evacuation of Gaza settlers was 'a good decision,' adding: 'We need to enact its lessons elsewhere'
Having served as the Palestinians’ ambassador to the UN for over a decade and being floated as a possible successor to Abbas, Nasser al-Qudwa is not your average curator
Islamic Jihad reportedly seeks to make clear that it will retaliate against Israeli moves in Gaza, while Hamas chief wants approval for a tour of Arab and Muslim countries
UN report says 295 Palestinians have been killed, more than 6,000 wounded by Israeli military fire since March
The rift between Fatah and Hamas, the suffocating conditions, canteen allowances and dental health – Inside Israeli jails' security wings
Two paramedics also wounded by tear gas canisters, Palestinian Health Ministry says ■ Hamas leader meets Egypt, UN envoys
PLO secretary general says move was coordinated with Trump: 'It may be a superpower but nobody will bend us'
Actor and playwright Ali Abu Yaseen, star of the film 'Gaza,' was blocked from leaving the Gaza Strip for the Utah-based film festival by blockade, border closures and bureaucracy
In 11th-hour move Palestinian leader averts general strike in the West Bank, partly because any future Fatah-based government will need to preserve its popular appeal
The government will continue to carry out its duties until a new one is formed, it said in a statement Tuesday issued after a weekly cabinet meeting
The U.S. is seen as the main hurdle for the state to receive full membership, which currently has 'observer status'
The next government is expected to be fully controlled by Fatah with a party veteran that could potentially succeed Abbas