Omar Hajajla’s family lives in the only home on the Israeli side of a Jerusalem-area village which straddles the West Bank border - and Israel locked the family out of ts home due to 'security threat'
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First Israel Locked This Palestinian Family Out of Its Home. Now It Locked the Gate Connecting Them to Their Village
The Hajajlas' house is located on the Israeli side of the separation barrier, which separates it from their Palestinian village. After the family placed a bell on the gate to ease movement, Israel locked it due to 'security threat'
The route of the separation barrier deviated from the Green Line and cut off Palestinians from their land, which is now being cultivated by nearby Israeli farms
Residents of Shoafat refugee camp celebrated the incident, which happened in the same area last year and in 2013
More West Bank farmers whose land near the separation barrier is their livelihood, property and savings, are now denied access to it, due to Israel's 'updated criteria'
Fahima and Jihad Hirsheh, like many of their neighbors, are fighting for their right to cultivate their land on the other side of the West Bank separation barrier. As a consolation, they grow vegetables on their roof
Libre travels the world creating socially conscious art projects. His fourth such work in Israel dominates a five-story building in the hipster Florentin neighborhood and celebrates everyday people
The two, who were arrested for painting the mural on the separation wall, left Israel after their visa was revoked
The two were released and ordered to leave the country within 72 hours
Following Attack, Israel May Move West Bank Separation Barrier, Splitting Palestinian Assailant’s Village
Army considering the move after Friday’s car-ramming attack that killed two soldiers
Palestinians see it as Israel's attempt to expel them from Jerusalem; Israelis see it as protection from terrorism. Haaretz investigates the separation barrier's impact on the city and its residents
Where Exactly Is the Green Line Between Israel and the West Bank? That’s Classified Military Material
When a private Israeli citizen requested the maps, he was told it was classified information, for it may 'undermine the state’s international relations'
Zeev Elkin wants to divide Jerusalem and create an Israeli municipality for Palestinians in several neighborhoods situated beyond the separation barrier in the city
Opinion As Bethlehem's Mayor, I Ask: Why Are U.S. Christians Celebrating Israeli Policies Strangling Jesus' Birthplace?
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers
Netanyahu seals the gates of the West Bank and Gaza, confining millions of Palestinians, to enjoy the Sukkot festival. If anywhere or anyone else demanded a Jew-free holiday, would we shrug that off?
'I'm going to build you a brother,' the U.S. leader tells Israel's security barrier in one mural
Mohammed Qaddumi's father says his son was collecting firewood, but the army says the 13-year old threw rocks and tried to cross the border
The project would add 1,100 housing units to the settlement of Geva Binyamin, between the capital and the separation barrier
Israel has worked hard since 1967 to erase the Green Line from public consciousness, even as the invisible border became increasingly impenetrable to Palestinians
Half a century after the Six-Day War, the Green Line dividing Barta'a is as pronounced as ever
A months-long strike ended this week when the Civil Administration agreed to reexamine procedures concerning access to farmland beyond the West Bank separation barrier. Have the reasons for the strike really disappeared? Time will tell
Hotel Occupation Banksy Takes on Israel's West Bank Barrier With Hotel With 'Worst View in the World'
British artists Banksy makes yet another effort to foster Israeli-Palestinian dialogue with an actual hotel near Bethlehem.
Emergency order creates impenetrable bureaucratic barrier between Palestinians of East Jerusalem and Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
Opinion A.B. Yehoshua, You're Deluded: The Two-state Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Remains Viable
Despite what A.B. Yehoshua believes, and what Naftali Bennett wants us to believe, the settlement enterprise has not made two states for two peoples impossible.
Ceremonies center on Church of the Nativity where Christians believe Jesus was born.
Legal team representing Palestinians in the South American country say they will file an appeal with the country's Supreme Court.
Lawsuit by Palestinians from Beit Jala, near Bethlehem, is based on precedent of Nuremberg trials and receives support from local lawmakers, sources tell Haaretz.
Moshavim around Latrun working some 370 acres of West Bank land that was handed to them by government authority in the 1980s; Palestinians torn on whether to fight in Israeli High Court of Justice.
Entitled 'You cannot pass today,' the display was organized to coincide with the World Council of Churches' World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel.
Journalist Ben Ehrenreich's 'The Way to the Spring' offers a riveting - and admittedly one-sided - look at Palestinian society, its internal struggles and resistance against Israel.