More than 40 protesters were injured by Israeli army gunfire; dozens transported to hospitals in Gaza. Hamas says 'attempts to deter and frighten the participants have failed'
No meetings with the Palestinian leadership are planned, U.S. consulate spokesman says
A Favela in Tel Aviv: Palestinian Residents Tell of Police Brutality and Life in the Cycle of Violence
Six people have been murdered over the past few weeks in Jaffa, just a few minutes' walk from Tel Aviv's center. Residents blame the situation on racism, neglect and gentrification
An indictment against the baby's cousin, who was caught infiltrating into Israel, alleges the child, Layla al-Ghandour, died of a blood disease and that her family received money to say she died by tear gas inhalation
Projects built in Efrat, Geva Binyamin settlements on land that does not belong to the state are left standing as Civil Administration does not enforce the law against them
A legislator in prison through no fault of her own is a political prisoner in every way
Screaming in Arabic, protesters supporting defendant Ben-Uliel chanted at Hussein Dawabshe - whose daughter Reham, son-in-law Sa'ad and grandson Ali were killed in 2015 – 'Where is Ali, there is no Ali, Ali burned'
Israel's Border Police are increasingly using dogs to attack people in the middle of the night, while soldiers have used creative solutions like welding a door shut and keeping a family prisoners in their own house
Hudna is apparently stronger than Middle Eastern despair, and it returns now and then, offering itself up repeatedly
Court’s order came in response to a petition signed by more than 100 residents, who claim the decision made 17 years ago was illegal