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Abbas discussed with Shoukry the latest developments in Palestine prior to the Arab foreign ministers’ meeting
Israeli forces raided a radio station and confiscated equipment Tuesday, amid continued tension in the Occupied Territories
The current protest movement has the potential of turning into an intifada, says Palestinian historian
The recent escalation in violence between Israelis and Palestinians has conjured up an old demon from Israel’s past: racism and discrimination against Jews, by Jews.
Hundreds have staged protests in European capitals in the past few days
Other stands were organised in Cairo University and Alexandria University on Sunday
Our aim is to push Egypt to take stronger stance against Israel and to redefine national security strategy, says BDS spokesperson
Shoukry recognises Egypt’s role as UNSC non-permanent member, yet highlights the unequal role of veto power
The Palestinian Interior ministry in Gaza criticised Egypt’s decision to open the border towards Gaza for one day only, called for opening the two-way crossing
Hundreds of troops have been deployed in Israeli cities in an effort to quash the most recent wave of violence. The attacks have caused officials to set up checkpoints in Palestinian areas of east Jerusalem.
43 Palestinians arrived in Cairo Airport on Tuesday from various countries, to be transported to the Rafah border crossing
Palestine is a headache Saudi King Salman doesn’t need as he confronts rare demands from members of his ruling family that he and his son be removed from power, growing unease about a seven-month old devastating military campaign in Yemen that has caused devastation and mounting civilian casualties, widespread criticism of the kingdom’s handling of …
Egyptian president also held talks with Panama counterpart on cooperation between canals authorities
Tunnels intensify division, put more pressure on Palestinians due to rising prices, says Osama Shaath
Al-Sisi puts Palestinian-Israeli conflict at heart of the issue, but prospects for negotiations are dim
Egyptian president also stresses Egypt’s border measures are not intended to harm Palestinians
21-year-old Diaa Al-Talahmeh allegedly died of Israeli gunshot
Current conditions indicate the Israeli government’s failure to carry out its responsibilities to protect holy sites under international law, says Al-Sisi
Palestinian worshippers remain worried about Israeli attempts to increase access to the holy site
The resolution presented by the Palestinians, which is to be voted on later on Thursday would give them and other nations with non-member observer status at the United Nations the right to fly their flag in New York
From 1 January to 18 August 2015, the Israeli police demolished 331 Palestinian structures in Area C (not including East Jerusalem) and 457 people, including 263 children, lost their precarious homes, according to data from the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) and B’Tselem, the Israeli human rights organisation
“Les Fantômes de Jérusalem” is a beautiful story of loss and pain, art and colours, and a sonata in between every emotion
There is “exceptional interaction” between Egypt and Palestine both currently and historically, says Hamas leader
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has stepped down as head of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). He remains president of the Palestinian Authority.
Case hopes to produce reparations from the UK for its historical Palestinian interventions
Whereabouts of four abducted Palestinians are as yet unknown
A total of 6329 people crossed the Rafah border from and to the Gaza Strip in the past four days.
Four Palestinians were reportedly abducted on their way from Gaza to Cairo through the Rafah border crossing
Mohammad Allan has called off his 65-day hunger strike. The Islamist detainee, who awoke from a coma this week, made the announcement through his lawyer after Israel’s High Court lifted his detention.