Fueled by a wave of youthful activists, Israel's policies toward the Palestinians spurs persistent calls for boycotts and disinvestment.
A change in Israel's government could accelerate Israeli dispossession of the Palestinians and result in further warfare and bloodshed.
Eighty sites in the Gaza Strip have been attacked, the Israeli military reports.
The shootings occur as thousands of Palestinians gather along the frontier in response to calls by Hamas.
In a speech to the Federalist Society, national security adviser John Bolton reveals the Trump administration's plans to help Israel—further alienating the Palestinians and much of the international community.
In a conversation earlier this summer with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, Trump reportedly said, "[In a one-state scenario,] the prime minister of Israel in a few years will be called Mohammed.”
Israeli Ambassador Danny Damon responds to Antonio Guterres' report by saying that "the only protection the Palestinian people need is from their own leadership."
About 30,000 people, mainly Palestinian-Israelis but also Jewish supporters, rally in the downtown area against the so-called “Jewish nationality law” passed by the far-right Likud Party and its allies.