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Mass rally swamps Ramallah streets, pushes for bringing Abbas to court

A mass rally swept Ramallah streets, in the central occupied West Bank, afternoon Monday, calling for bringing the Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas before court.

Ramallah protesters clash with police over security coordination

Demonstrators gathered in protest over coordination between Israeli and Palestinian forces, a highly controversial issue for many Palestinians.

Basel’s Story: The Manner of His Death Reflected His Life

From his will, that has been circulated since his death, one can get to know the martyr Basel Al-Araj. It epitomized his clarity, simplicity, and depth of his determination.

Thousands march in occupied territories against Israel’s ‘muezzin’ bill

Thousands of Palestinians have taken part in protests against a controversial Israeli bill aimed at silencing the Muslim call to prayer.

Calls for holding sit-ins to protest the PA trial of martyr A’raj

Palestinian activists called for organizing protest sit-ins under the theme “Basel will hold them to account” in occupied Palestinian territories and in a number of countries.

Protest in Bil’in attacked by Israeli troops; two civilians abducted, including a child

A weekly non-violent demonstration against the Israeli Wall and settlements in Bil’in village in the central West Bank was met with a massive show of force by the Israeli military.

Al-Qiq to be released on March 14, after deal to suspend hunger strike

The Palestinian detained journalist Mohammad al-Qiq suspended his hunger strike on Friday upon reaching a deal with Israeli Prison Service (IPS).

Clashes erupted after quelling of march for returning al-A’raj body

Clashes erupted on Friday afternoon after Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) quelled a peaceful massive march in al-Walaja town south of Bethlehem.

Palestinian hunger striker in critical condition

The health of jailed Palestinian journalist Mohammed Al-Qeeq has deteriorated dramatically after 32 days on hunger strike, according to his wife.

Arab MKs: Bill banning Muslim call to prayer ‘declaration of war’

Arab members of the Israeli Knesset said yesterday that the approval of the bill banning the Muslim call to prayer is a “declaration of war on our identity, existence and country,” reported.

IWD: Women an integral part to the Palestinian struggle

On this occasion, and for tens of years under occupation, Palestinian women have proven themselves to be a major influencer who have a pivotal role in shaping the Palestinian struggle, whether socially, politically or intellectually.

Citizens march against security coordination in Ramallah

Dozens of citizens and activists on Monday evening marched in the central streets of Ramallah city in honor of martyr Basel al-Araj and in protest at the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) security collaboration with the Israeli occupation.

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.

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.

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.

Hamas, Jihad: Israel report on 2014 war on Gaza “admission of defeat”

Israel’s state comptroller report on the 2014 war on Gaza proves that the Palestinian resistance is just unbeatable, Palestinian resistance movements Hamas and the Islamic Jihad said Tuesday.

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