Three Palestinians' calm ride to a friend's engagement party in Bethlehem turned into a violent and emotional reminder of the reality of the occupation ■ Police: Claims are untrue
West Bank checkpoints
The security forces subdued and arrested the suspect, a resident of Tul Karm ■ No injuries reported
At this key junction for Palestinians, it can take an hour to drive a few dozen meters
The parole committee cut Ben Dery's prison term by a third due to good behavior, despite objections by the state prosecutor
Doubling of border policeman’s sentence for killing Palestinian protester was eminently reasonable
Israel's Supreme Court Doubles Sentence of Border Policeman Who Shot and Killed Unarmed Palestinian Teen
Ben Dery was sentenced to nine months prison after admitting to shooting Nadim Nuwara in 2014 despite the fact that the Palestinian did not constitute an immediate threat to his life
Court sentences ex-policeman to 9 months in prison; State Prosecutor says that 'the imprisonment period is inappropriate given the severity of his actions'
Ben Dery admitted to shooting Nadim Nuwara in 2014 despite the fact that the Palestinian did not constitute an immediate threat to his life
Palestinian drivers required to provide copy of ID, origin and destination of their trip. Many soldiers are questioning the new policy, which the army says is needed for security reasons
Jerusalem District planner signed the permit to move the checkpoint as chairman of a committee she is not even a member of
Otherwise Occupied Israeli Soldiers in West Bank: Raiding, Arresting, Mapping and Getting Home for Shabbat
‘I’d just ruined the night, or the week, for four families – how was it that I didn’t remember their faces? You really suppress it, you suppress the entire situation.'
This is the lesson learnt by soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces from the Azaria trial: Instead of shooting a ‘terrorist,’ let the person bleed to death while cursing them
The arrest, made at a checkpoint adjacent to the Samria Military Court, comes after a similar incident earlier this month
At least 9 Palestinians were reportedly shot and injured while protesting in support of hunger-striking Palestinian prisoners ■ Palestinian minor killed in attempted stabbing
The method - charging soldiers at a checkpoint with a knife - was a familiar one, but the unnamed victim will become just another sad mental-health statistic
Conditions in the Strip are so badly deteriorated, that thousands have taken to the streets against the Hamas regime. Heating up of protest against militant group may loosen its trigger finger against Israel.
Israeli Police Prevented Medics From Treating Palestinian Assailant Shot at Checkpoint, Witnesses Say
Footage received by Haaretz supports claims that Jihan Muhammad Hashimeh was left on the ground with three bullet wounds for an hour and a half after trying to attack Israeli police with a knife.
Hours a day, every day, at every gate in the separation fence, at every checkpoint, at every vehicle inspection post, Palestinians' lives come to a halt as they wait for armed Israeli soldiers to let them go past.
Police say Palestinian approached a security guard while brandishing a knife at Qalandiyah checkpoint. Another guard on site then killed the Palestinian, no others were injured in the incident.
Internal army investigation of recent West Bank incidents shows that soldiers who shot Palestinians were not at risk, and could have avoided opening fire in some cases.
IDF announces the general closure ahead of the Jewish Simhat Torah celebration.
The seven, aged 16-17, allegedly threw makeshift explosives at holy Jewish site near Bethlehem in the West Bank.
Officer Who Shot Palestinian Stone Thrower Cannot Testify in Hebron Case, Israeli Military Court Rules
Military court rejects bid by lawyers defending Azaria, the so-called Hebron shooter, to bring in IDF officer Yisrael Shomer, whose case they believe is similar.
Fadi and two friends were trying to cross the Hizmi checkpoint when an officer noticed one of them was married to a Jewish women, prompting what he calls a racist assault.
No one bats an eye over Friday's killing of an innocent man by an Israeli soldier. It's not terror, or apartheid, or racism or dehumanization. It's only killing a subhuman.
NGO claims that two of the three entrances to Hizma have been blocked, but army insists that only one is closed.
Maram Ismail, 23, and her brother Ibrahim Taha, 16, were both carrying knives when they were shot dead by a civilian guard at the Qalandiyah checkpoint.
Jarrar, a member of the Palestinian Legislative Council, was detained without trial on suspicion of incitement and membership in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The dissonance generated by a visit to Hebron and a dinner in Tel Aviv jolted Israeli-born writer Ayelet Waldman. It also sparked the genesis of a project with her husband, writer Michael Chabon, and Breaking the Silence: enlisting world-famous writers to document life under occupation.
An 18-year-old Palestinian who may have wanted to put an end to her life approached a checkpoint with a knife. The Border Police fulfilled her wish quickly, although it's clear she could have been stopped by other means. Her family is shattered.