Palestine is applying to be a full member of the United Nations, a move that could finally slow Israel's politicide against it.
The move comes as President Trump and his Middle East point men, Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, prepare for the rollout of a much-vaunted but as yet unclear peace plan for Israel and the Palestinians.
Israeli snipers pose dire threats for Palestinian journalists in Gaza. Our responsibility is to read, listen and watch news produced at such high costs.
The Israeli defense minister says troops acted appropriately and fired only at protesters who posed a threat. Fifteen Palestinians were killed and hundreds wounded.
The incident throws an already troubled reconciliation process between the Fatah party and Hamas into deeper turmoil.
The vice president’s statement to Israel's parliament draws denunciations from Arab lawmakers in the hall, who are forcibly removed.
Trump is preparing to slash or eliminate the year’s first contribution and make future donations contingent on major changes to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.
The president tweets that the U.S. pays "the Palestinians HUNDRED OF MILLIONS OF DOLLARS a year and get[s] no appreciation or respect."
The outgoing president granted the sum during his final hours in the White House, though it doesn't approximate the billions in military aid pledged to Israel.
Israel's army announced Tuesday that an Israeli military court had sentenced Khalida Jarrar, a Palestinian Parliament member who has frequently spoken out against Israel, to 15 months in prison.