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Who is Basel Al-A'raj?

Basel was an intellectual young man who called upon Palestinian youths to resist the occupation, and an activist in the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Israeli parliament passes bill barring BDS supporters’ entry

The Israeli parliament has passed legislation barring the entry of supporters of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Israel to decriminalise cannabis

The Israeli government approved a proposal on Sunday to decriminalise the use of cannabis, has reported. 

IOF arrested 15,000 Palestinian women since 1967

Detainees and ex-detainees committee revealed that Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) have arrested about 15,000 Palestinian women since 1967. 

Israeli settlement operations in West Bank continue

As Israeli authorities plan to establish a new settlement project in the south of Jerusalem, the Israeli forces have embarked on bulldozing an agricultural land near the southern Nahalin village of Bethlehem.

When «Israel» «Discovers» that Aoun is an Enemy!

Following the publication of "Israel's" "State Comptroller" report on the 2014 Gaza war, the "Israeli" media exploded with talk about Lebanon in order to "immune" the morale of the public and send enticing messages against the [Lebanese] President as well as the Lebanese army.


Israelis expect Netanyahu to be trialed on corruption issues

Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper expected that Israeli police will trial Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on suspicion of involvement in financial corruption.

US embassy move to Quds ruins whole Middle East, Fatah warns

The Palestinian Fatah political faction has warned against the potential relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv to the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, stressing that any such move will “explode the situation” in the Middle East and North Africa.

Netanyahu graft investigation held up due to PM’s recent travels

Police complain recent state visits to US, Singapore, Australia delaying completion of corruption cases.

Supporters, opponents of US president clash in Berkeley

Supporters and opponents of US president Donald Trump have clashed during a rally in Berkeley, California.

PLO: Israeli doctors torture Palestinian prisoners

A Palestinian committee on Saturday accused Israeli doctors of torturing Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

Maariv: The Lebanese Army Will Fight Alongside Hezbollah in a War with ‘Israel’

Since the July 2006 war, the Lebanese army has rearmed itself, strengthening its ability in the air as well as on the ground and sea, with the help of the United States, France and Saudi Arabia, the Jerusalem Post reported.

EU states mull ‘unified stance’ against Israeli settlement construction

The European Union (EU) member states seek to discuss whether to go ahead with routine talks with the Israeli regime before the bloc has adopted a “unified and clear” stance against Tel Aviv’s defiant settlement construction on occupied Palestinian territories.

Sheikh Salah calls for saving Aqsa Mosque

Sheikh Ra’ed Salah, head of the Islamic Movement in the 1948 occupied lands, has warned of the gravity of the recent Israeli court verdict that considers the Aqsa Mosque a holy place for the Jews.

Banksy’s hotel is ‘Walled Off’ in Bethlehem

Internationally renowned British street artist Banksy has unveiled the Walled Off Hotel in the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem to mark 100 years since the Balfour Declaration.

UK Student Union rebukes senior officer for role in Israeli embassy plot

A senior officer in Britain’s National Union of Students (NUS) has been censured for his role in a pro-Israel propaganda scandal to oust a newly elected NUS president.

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