Demonstrations planned after troops kill suspect in shooting attack and two Palestinians who the army said threw explosive devices at soldiers
Even if demonstrators don't dare protest again, the Hamas government has inflicted upon itself a powerful blow
Haaretz's correspondent in the Occupied Territories says that every Palestinian has reason to remind Israelis that 4 million people live under the yoke of occupation. LISTEN FREE
Viral video of Palestinian man setting himself on fire not connected to current protest, human rights activists say
PA finance minister Shukri Bishara said that most of the salary cuts will come from high-salary officials, and in all cases no official will receive a salary below $550
Efforts to form a new government were triggered after the last prime minister, Rami Al-Hamdallah, tendered his resignation and that of his unity government in January
Beneficiaries will be required to work for short time before receiving funds ■ Defense officials concerned about possible violent escalation in Gaza and West Bank surrounding anniversary of weekly protests
In a festive meeting, Khalida Jarrar gave well-wishers a chance to celebrate her release from a small prison and temporarily shelve fears about an escalation of Israeli violence
Mansour Al-Otaibi tells closed-door Security Council meeting the Israeli decision was 'not acceptable,' while Greenblatt argues 'entirely inappropriate to focus on Israel'
Issam Akel, who was sentenced to life at hard labor by Palestinian Authority for selling land to Jews, was involved in the sale
During a visit to Baghdad, Mahmoud Abbas met with Iraqi leaders and repeated he does not see the current U.S. administration as a suitable sponsor of peace talks
Offsetting the money that Israel transfers to the Palestinians, the leadership crisis in the Palestinian Authority or a violent incident on the Temple Mount could all ignite violence
Figures across the political spectrum in U.S. denounce op-ed that described Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt as 'retarded'
Israeli media is a vital partner in the crimes of the occupation, encouraging Israelis' ignorance. Recent 'activity' to arrest former militant in the heart of Ramallah, right next to a school and a kindergarten, proves just that
Israel implements law it passed last year to withhold amount PA would transfer to convicted terrorists and their families, Palestinians say, a law in contravention of Oslo Accords
PLO secretary general says any plan that doesn't ensure a Palestinian state on pre-'67 borders 'is not worth discussing'
Israeli Pressure on Palestinians Could Spark Violent Escalation, Palestinian Authority and Hamas Warn
Israel's withholding of tax funds and aggression by settlers and the IDF are increasing pressure – with potentially grave consequences, senior official says
The Israeli government’s move to withhold 500 million shekels ($140 million) from tax revenues it collects for the Palestinian Authority may be good politics, but It can lead to war
If Gaza hostilities don't flare up by summer, it will be a major achievement for Israel's army chief
Transfer freeze is attempt by Netanyahu to portray himself as the strong right against Gantz’s weak left ■ Any move Abbas makes to reduce prisoners’ payments will cause him a huge domestic crisis
According to Gaza sources, Hamas believes PA officials helped Israel smuggle espionage equipment into the Strip
Israeli security cabinet puts into effect legislation from July calling to halt transfer of funds that Israeli defense officials believe are delivered to terrorists
Among those affected are about 780 former prisoners and 133 current prisoners in Israel who are affiliated with Hamas or Islamic Jihad
There were strikes and protests this month in Ramallah – and they weren't against the occupation. Palestinian workers demanded Israel keep their hard-earned social security payments rather than entrust them to the 'safekeeping' of its nepotistic proxy – the Palestinian Authority
Intel report says Palestinian group may risk all-out confrontation to obtain international involvement in Gaza's humanitarian crisis
If Israel withholds the cash, terrorists’ families will still be paid, but fewer funds will go to education, health and development. Israel sells tricks as an illusion for solutions to basic problems
PA's decision not to participate in next week's conference is in line with its policy of not engaging with the Trump administration
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
Move is linked to new U.S. law under which foreign aid recipients would be more exposed to anti-terror lawsuits ■ Decision sees end to $60 million in aid to PA security forces, which maintain relative quiet in West Bank