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Soldiers Kidnap Two Palestinians In Beit Ummar
3 Aug 2015 - Israeli soldiers invaded, earlier Monday, Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank district of Hebron, and kidnapped two Palestinian teenagers. One Palestinian injured near Nablus. ...
Israeli Extremists Attempt to Kill Palestinian Man in Lod
3 Aug 2015 - A Palestinian man, Emad Abu Sharekh, was seriously injured when he was brutally attacked on Sunday by three Israelis while returning from Fajr prayers at al-Kabeer Mosque, in Lod City. ...
Israeli Soldiers Attack Hebron Youth, Force to Drink Gasoline
3 Aug 2015 - Palestinian security sources from Hebron's Old City, today, said that Israeli soldiers have brutally attacked a Palestinian youth and, then, forced him to drink gasoline. ...
Villagers Form Groups to Protect against Settler Attacks
3 Aug 2015 - Residents of the Palestinian village of Douma in the occupied West Bank are forming voluntary groups to guard against attacks by Israeli settlers, days after a deadly arson attack left an 18-month-old resident burned alive, locals said Saturday. ...
Wounded Dawabsha Family members Still in Critical Condition
2 Aug 2015 - Palestinian Health Minister Jawad Awwad said that the wounded father, mother and brother of the 18-month old baby who was burned to death Thursday are still facing life-threatening injuries from the 3rd degree burns that they suffered in the Israeli terrorist attack against their home. ...
Six Palestinians Injured After Israeli Attack on Their Bus
2 Aug 2015 - A Palestinian bus, filled with residents from Hebron, was attacked, Sunday, by Jewish extremists living in illegal colonies in the occupied West Bank, leading to six injuries. ...
Ten Palestinians Kidnapped In Jerusalem, Many Injured
2 Aug 2015 - Israeli soldiers kidnapped, on Saturday evening and Sunday, ten Palestinians in different parts of occupied Jerusalem, including five who were about to leave the Al-Aqsa Mosque, while many Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Israeli soldiers. ...
Several Palestinians Injured Near Hebron, One Kidnapped
2 Aug 2015 - Palestinian medical sources have reported, on Saturday evening, that several residents received treatment for the effects of tear gas inhalation, after Israeli soldiers fired gas bombs at homes in Beit Ummar town, north of the southern West Bank city of Hebron. Army also kidnapped a Palestinian, and wounded another. ...
Soldiers Attack A Palestinian Family In Bethlehem
2 Aug 2015 - Several family members have been mildly wounded, after being attacked in their own home, when a number of Israeli military vehicles invaded the Um Rokba area in the al-Khader town, south of Bethlehem. ...
  Ha'aretz Diplomacy & Defense
Israeli army inducts third mixed-gender combat unit
New mixed-gender Bardalas Battalion will operate along border with Jordan; first intake inducted Sunday.
Settler terror underground seeks to overthrow Israeli government, say investigators
Assailants have more ambitious aims than in the past, such as destabilizing the country and establishing a new regime to be based on Jewish law.
Jewish terror attacks tighten the noose around the Palestinian Authority
During the first intifada, settlers didn't dare enter the village of Duma, the site of last weekend's deadly arson attack. But for two decades the locals have been unprotected.
Palestinians to file suit with ICC over deadly West Bank arson
Palestinian foreign minister says PA will urge court in The Hague to probe attack, citing past pattern of past arson.
After Iran deal: Israel trying to thwart move to monitor its nuclear program
Non-binding resolution could cause Israel great diplomatic damage, focus international attention on Israel’s nuclear program and prompt further IAEA action.
Security cabinet OKs administrative detention of Jewish terror suspects
Administrative detentions will be used 'in the appropriate cases' and will require the approval of Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein.
Netanyahu: Israel condemns murderers, while its neighbors name squares for them
18-month-old Ali Saad Dawabsheh was killed early Friday morning in the arson attack, which was labeled an act of terrorism by Israeli politicians and defense officials.
Ya'alon backs harsh measures against rightists suspected of attacking Palestinians
Defense Minister tells Shin Bet he supports administrative detention in cases where there is not enough evidence for indictment; Israeli security services working closely with Palestinian security forces to prevent an escalation.
Netanyahu and Obama step up battle to win U.S. public opinion on Iran deal
Both leaders to make major speeches this week in what each views as a critical contest to garner support for their opposing stands on the nuclear accord.
Two rockets fired from Gaza toward Israel
IDF fears escalation in violence in wake of arson that killed Palestinian infant in West Bank.
Netanyahu needn't worry - Iran is already here
The false propaganda about the settlements’ importance to Israeli security went up in flames Friday, once and for all, in the West Bank village of Duma.
200 Palestinians march at site of arson attack, some clash with IDF
Clashes also reported near West Bank village of Kadum, where dozens of Palestinians are throwing rocks and firebombs at Israeli forces.
Family of slain Palestinian infant clings to life, clashes in West Bank
Settlers and Palestinians clash after day of violence leaves two Palestinians dead.
Netanyahu will address U.S. Jews on Iran deal in live webcast speech
Prime minister plans webcast to be broadcast across U.S. in attempt to swing tides against nuclear accord.
High-ranking IDF officers call for career army to unionize
Servicemen in Israel currently not allowed to be part of union, unlike counterparts in other standing armies such as United States and Britain.
Deadly West Bank arson surprised no one in Israel's defense establishment
The arson on Friday morning in which a Palestinian infant was burned to death was preceded by attempted attacks, which miraculously failed.
Hamas calls for 'fitting' Palestinian response to deadly arson attack
Palestinian president Abbas says he will bring the matter to the attention of the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Two Palestinians killed by IDF fire, day after fatal West Bank arson attack
Laith Fadel al-Khaladi, 17, was killed after throwing a firebomb at an Israeli army pillbox near Ramallah, while another teen, Mohammed Hamed al-Masri, was killed in northern Gaza, after approaching the border fence.
Relative of arson attack victims: I saw two masked men standing by as they burned
Ibrahim Dawabsheh describes his attempts to rescue the victims of the arson terror attack on a West Bank home, and how, while four-year-old Ahmed Dawabsheh could be rescued, his baby brother Ali could not.
EU, U.S. State Department condemn 'vicious' West Bank arson attack
Death of Palestinian infant prompts European Union to call on Israel to protect Palestinian population; Abbas labels attack a 'crime against humanity'; State Dept. condemns terror attack 'in strongest possible terms.'
  Palestinian Center for Human Rights
Israel Legalizes Torture against Palestinian Prisoners; Israeli Knesset Approves Amendment Allowing Force-feeding of Pri...
Palestinian Center for Human Rights
Weekly Report On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory (15- 29 July 2015)
Palestinian Center for Human Rights
  International Solidarity Movement
Mental disability on the rise under the Israeli siege
6/9/2015 - International Solidarity Movement - MiguelHernandez, Gaza, Occupied Palestine - The number of mentally disabled people in the Gaza Strip has increased substantially in the last years. It so happens that 70% of the cases come from the communities located near the fence that separates Gaza from the...
Kerry holds talks on Iran deal with top Gulf leaders
08/03/2015 - US secretary of state's Doha visit seeks to address security concerns of Arab Gulf states about the Iran nuclear deal.
Netanyahu vows to go after 'fanatic' Israeli attackers
08/03/2015 - Prime minister pledges "zero tolerance" against attacks on Palestinians but critics says root cause must be addressed.
Israel, Palestine, Jordan unite to save revered river
08/03/2015 - The river, believed to be the site of Jesus' baptism, has been suffering from pollution over time.
  Daily Star
Israel president threatened over 'Jewish terrorism' comment
3 Aug 2015 Israeli police have opened an investigation into threats on social media against President Reuven Rivlin following his condemnation of "Jewish terrorism" after a firebombing killed a Palestinian child, a presidential spokesman said Monday.
UN agency for Palestinians says school closures loom
3 Aug 2015 The UN agency helping Palestinian refugees says a $101 million funding gap could keep 500,000 Palestinian students out of school this fall
Lebanon trash crisis poses 'enormous' health risks: minister
3 Aug 2015 Lebanon's ongoing trash crisis poses enormous health risks to the country, Health Minister Wael Abu Faour warned Monday, as the government struggles to find long-term solutions to deal with the tons of daily waste produced in...
Nusra stalling action on Lebanon hostage deal: top negotiator
3 Aug 2015 The state is ready to fully implement a prisoner swap deal with the Al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front holding 16 Lebanese servicemen on the northeast border, General Security chief Maj. Gen. Abbas Ibrahim reportedly said Monday.
  YNet News
American tourist dies while exercising in Givat Shmuel gym
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Report: Russian foreign minister meeting Hamas leader in Qatar
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Russia critical of U.S. plan to give rebels air cover in Syria
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A new, extremely dangerous kind of Jewish fanaticism
3 Aug 2015 - Analysis: The Shin Bet has been dealing in the past year with a radical group of young Jews aiming to bring down the Zionist state and replace it with a holy kingdom. In order to fulfill their goal, they are willing to sacrifice their lives and have no problem killing. ....
Activists: Syria warplane crashes, killing and wounding many
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Report: Jordan to submit UN request to 'protect the Palestinian people' in wake of Duma attack
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It takes courage to deal with Jewish terrorists
2 Aug 2015 - Op-ed: Israel must turn every stone, catch the people who burned Palestinian baby Ali Dawabsheh alive, prosecute them and destroy their homes. Unless our side makes a real move after they are caught, there will be fire. ....
Security Cabinet authorizes new measures against Jewish terrorists
2 Aug 2015 - In wake of Jewish terrorist attack in Duma, gov't authorizes use of administrative detentions, while Justice Ministry team recommends changing classification of 'price tag' perpetrators to 'terrorists'. ....
US Democrats see 'fire wall' holding to preserve Iran deal
2 Aug 2015 - US backers of Iran deal confident that Democrats can ensure its survival, amid heavy pressure on Jewish Democrats to state their support for the deal. ....
No dark secrets, just a propaganda film
2 Aug 2015 - Op-ed: The creators of 'Censored Voices,' a documentary based on recordings of intimate conversations with IDF fighters after the Six-Day War, are trying to instill the myth of Israel's brutal censorship; the truth is that all the material has already been published. ....
Massive sand storm swallows Amman, flights diverted to Ben Gurion
2 Aug 2015 - Extreme weather patterns and strong winds whipped the Jordanian desert sands across the country, causing near blackout conditions in the nation's capital. ....
Police investigate social media incitement against President Rivlin
2 Aug 2015 - Rivlin suffers backlash on social media after speaking against the growing incitement in Israeli society and condemning recent attacks perpetrated by Jews. ....
No more condemnations; Jewish terror requires action
2 Aug 2015 - Op-ed: The two hate crimes which shocked Israelis over the weekend drew condemnations from all parts of the political spectrum, but it's unlikely there will be any action to prevent the next attacks. ....
There’s a light at the end of the light rail tunnel
1 Aug 2015 - How bad is the construction of Tel Aviv's light rail going to be? Just ask the Jerusalemite business owners; customers stopped coming, merchants got into financial trouble, 60% of businesses closed down; but now, it appears, there's life after the digging: 'We turned into a European city. Tourists from all over the world come here'. ....
Suspicions Shlomo Nass took $500m Siemens bribe - report
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - Adv. Shlomo Nass is being questioned under caution by the Israel Securities Authority regarding the bribe, reports "Yediot Ahronot."
Vehicle deliveries in Israel up in July
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - New car deliveries in 2015 are still at record levels.
Shekel gaining ground
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - FXCM Israel: The dollar is under pressure against the shekel and falling below NIS 3.75/$ could speed up the fall to NIS 3.73/$ and beyond.
Beyond Compromise: “Our future is in our hands”
Palestine Monitor 3 Aug 2015 - June 26, 2012- Earlier this month, a new website titled Beyond Compromise was launched amidst much fanfare in the Palestinian blogosphere...
Susiya fighting for survival
Palestine Monitor 3 Aug 2015 - June 25, 2012-Five hundred people marched in Susiya, South Hebron on Friday to protest the planned demolition of 45 structures in the village. The peaceful march was violently stopped by ....
16 killed in Gaza in a week of Israeli bombardment
Palestine Monitor 3 Aug 2015 - June 25, 2012-On Monday morning June 18 a group of unknown armed men crossed the Sinai desert from the Egyptain border and killed an Israeli civilian....
Jenin Diaries: Burried Jewels, But Where?
Palestine Monitor 3 Aug 2015 - June 26, 2012- Koufrdan is a small village located a few kilometers west of the Palestinian city of Jenin. Its wells provide the main source of water for Palestinian farmers in the area due to its large amount of groundwater. It is the only village in...
Israeli Authorities Breach Last Month’s Prisoner Agreement
Palestine Monitor 3 Aug 2015 - June 24, 2012- After undergoing 71 days without food, Palestinian prisoner Hasan Safadi is back on hunger strike protesting the renewal of his administrative detention, a breach of the....
Golan Telecom maintains new subscriber lead in July
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - The Israeli mobile operator market remains as competitive as ever, with virtual carrier Golan Telecom using low prices to retain its customers.
Israeli Teenager Dies After Gay Pride Attack
Tikun Olam 3 Aug 2015 - Earlier today, Shira Banki, a 16-year-old girl who was stabbed repeatedly by Yishai Shlissel at Jerusalem’s Gay Pride parade, died of her wounds. She attended one of Israel’s élite high... Read more
Mother of Palestinian baby burned to death tried to save her child
Mondoweiss 2 Aug 2015 - Riham Dawabshe, the mother of 18 month-old Ali Dawabshe who burned to death in a settler arson attack Friday in the West Bank hamlet of Duma, tried to save her baby while fleeing from her home, engulfed in flames. Gasoline bombs had crashed into the building shortly...
Kerry: Iran nuclear deal makes Mideast ‘safer’
Arab News 2 Aug 2015 - Mon, 2015-08-03 02:18 CAIRO: US Secretary of State John Kerry sought to assure Middle East allies Sunday that the Iran nuclear deal would make them safer, as he began a regional tour in Egypt. Kerry met his...
Villagers Form Groups to Protect against Settler Attacks
Occupation Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - IMEMC News & Agencies - "Residents of the Palestinian village of Douma in the occupied West Bank are forming voluntary groups to guard against attacks by Israeli settlers, days after a deadly arson attack left an 18-month-old resident burned alive" [ry]
Israeli police detain 2 Palestinian children in East Jerusalem
Occupation Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - Ma`an News Agency - “Israeli police detained two Palestinian children aged 12 and 14 from the neighborhood of Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem on Sunday afternoon. The Wadi Hilweh Information Center said that Israeli police detained 12-year-old Muhammad Sami Odeh for allegedly throwing stones at Israeli...
No way to defeat Jewish terrorism without ending the occupation
Occupation Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - Noam Sheizaf - +972 - For the extreme right, violence against Palestinian civilians is not solely a result of racism — it is, first and foremost, a form of control [ry]
PHOTOS! Occupation of Hebron
Occupation Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - AIC - See a week of Israeli occupation in the southern West Bank city of Hebron [ry]
Jeremy Corbyn backs boycott of Israeli universities involved in arms research
Occupation Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - Asa Winstanley - EI - "On the wider BDS campaign, Corbyn said that the academic boycott was `very complicated` to implement without, for example, preventing Israeli dissidents such as Ilan Pappe coming to speak in the UK. `If it is a university that is doing research...
Tax Authority plans up to 10 years prison for tax dodgers
Globes Main News 2 Aug 2015 - A new amendment to Israel's economic arrangements bill classifies all tax evasion as money laundering.
Israel teen stabbed at Gay Pride dies
BBC 2 Aug 2015 - A teenage girl stabbed at a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem on Thursday dies from her wounds, doctors say.
Palestinian citizen attacked in suspected hate crime
+972 Magazine 2 Aug 2015 - Amad Abu Sharah was walking home from morning prayers when he was allegedly jumped by a group of men with sticks. Palestinian resident of Lydd, Amad Abu Sharah, after he was attacked in the early hours of the morning, allegedly by religious Jews. (photo courtesy of...
Transforming the U.S. into Clone of Israeli National Security State
Tikun Olam 2 Aug 2015 - Introductory Note: This is an expanded version of the article that Middle East Eye published earlier this week.  I also just published a new piece at Mint Press News, In Israel, Jews Can’t Be... Read more
Thousands protest against racist, homophobic attacks; place blame on gov’t
+972 Magazine 1 Aug 2015 - Across Israel, thousands of protesters flood the streets, laying the blame on the government for the arson attack that killed a Palestinian infant and the stabbing attack on marchers during Jerusalem’s Pride march. Photos by Oren Ziv / Activestills.org Thousands attend a rally organized by Peace Now...
‘We saw the fire eating the house': A report from the West Bank village of Duma
Mondoweiss 1 Aug 2015 - “This was the kitchen,” the young man who led my friend Tovah and me to the house told me yesterday as I entered. “The bedroom is in the back.” The smell of burnt debris penetrated before I had the chance to process what I was seeing. A simple white...
The burning of a Palestinian child: not an exception, but a result of Zionism
Mondoweiss 1 Aug 2015 - Overnight on Friday, 31 July, a group of masked Jewish settlers threw firebombs through a window of the Dawabsha family house in Kufr Douma, near Nablus. They fell in the bedroom where the whole family had been sleeping peacefully, setting the house on fire. The arsonists...
Who wants to talk about the murder of Bedouin women?
+972 Magazine 1 Aug 2015 - The Israeli media has time to talk about Iran, the security budget, and Beit El. That means that when Arab women are murdered, there are always more important issues to cover.  Women from the West Bank city of Bethlehem march to protest honor killings and other...
Did the BBC cover up the anti-Semitism of Gaza’s children?
Mondoweiss 1 Aug 2015 - Has a mistranslation in a BBC documentary created an image of innocence where none should exist? Was the motivation of the broadcaster to avoid diminishing sympathy towards the Palestinians while increasing antipathy towards Israel? For those that missed the coverage let me bring you up to...
The normal horrors
Mondoweiss 1 Aug 2015 - Anat Rimon-Or published this essay in Hebrew yesterday on Facebook. It was translated by Richard Flantz and posted on his Facebook page. The understandable and demonstrated shock following yesterday’s events (the burning of a toddler and the wounding of members of his family, and the stabbings...
Iran plans on spending $20bn to renovate its commercial fleet
Middle East Eye 2 Aug 2015 - Language Undefined Iran claims the nuclear deal lifts sanctions on purchasing new planes
Israeli teen stabbed at Jerusalem Gay Pride dies in hospital
Middle East Eye 2 Aug 2015 - Language Undefined Six people were stabbed in an attack on the annual Gay Pride march in Jerusalem
Trouble ahead: growing rift between Israel and its allies
Middle East Eye 2 Aug 2015 - The disparity in responses to the Iran deal between Israel and its Western allies is a further sign of a growing rift that threatens to only widen
Clashes erupt at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque
Middle East Eye 2 Aug 2015 - Language Undefined Clashes have repeatedly broken out between Palestinians and Israeli forces after the burning to death of a Palestinian baby by Israeli settlers
Brand Israel pretends the burning of a Palestinian baby is the act of extremists
Middle East Eye 2 Aug 2015 - Israel wants us to believe the burning of a Palestinian toddler was done by fringe elements but the reality is that targeting children is woven into the fabric of Israeli society
Slain Palestinian toddler's parents, brother fighting for lives
Middle East Eye 1 Aug 2015 - Language Undefined Following an arson attack that killed an 18-month-old boy and critically wounding his family, thousands of people took to the streets in protest
Jewish Extremists Suspected in West Bank Arson Murder of Palestinian Toddler
The Forward New 31 Jul 2015 - An 18-month-old Palestinian toddler was killed in a ‘price tag’ arson attack carried out by suspected extremist Jews in the occupied West Bank. Will Israel hunt down the killers?
Revisiting the Gaza Withdrawal, 10 Years Later
The Forward New 3 Aug 2015 - It’s been a decade since the evacuation of Jewish settlements from the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank. How did the event impact the lives of evacuees † and the ideology of Israelis on the nationalist right?
Zimbabwe: Iran Willing to Give Local Banks Loans
allAfrica.com 1 Aug 2015 - [Zimbabwe Independent] Iran has expressed interest to channel millions of dollars to Zimbabwean banks in lines of credit depending on the individual financial institution's credit worthiness.
Suspicions Shlomo Nass took $500m Siemens bribe - report
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - Adv. Shlomo Nass is being questioned under caution by the Israel Securities Authority regarding the bribe, reports "Yediot Ahronot."
Shekel gaining ground
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - FXCM Israel: The dollar is under pressure against the shekel and falling below NIS 3.75/$ could speed up the fall to NIS 3.73/$ and beyond.
Vehicle deliveries in Israel up in July
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - New car deliveries in 2015 are still at record levels.
Tax Authority plans up to 10 years prison for tax dodgers
Globes Main News 2 Aug 2015 - A new amendment to Israel's economic arrangements bill classifies all tax evasion as money laundering.
Golan Telecom maintains new subscriber lead in July
Globes Main News 3 Aug 2015 - The Israeli mobile operator market remains as competitive as ever, with virtual carrier Golan Telecom using low prices to retain its customers.
9/09/2011 AIPAC Junkets to Israel Illegal: IRS-DOJ Complaint Filing
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - A complaint filed with the IRS and Justice Department charges the American Israel Education Foundation (AIEF) is a "sham" charitable organization of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
5/16/2011 Obama vs. Reagan on AIPAC Documents reveal Ronald Reagan's response to Israel lobby invitation
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - President Obama accepts an invitation to speak at AIPAC, Reagan declined. Why?
4/18/2011 US Treasury Dept.: Tax-exempt US donation laundering into West Bank settlements "okay"
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - The US Department of Treasury has no program to combat massive flows of US tax-exempt charitable contributions into illegal settlement building. Despite ongoing public revelations of wrongdoing, the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has never investigated or even discussed US charitable organizations with proven ties...
4/06/2011 US-Israel Trade: Espionage, Theft and Secrets - IRmep at University of Rochester
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - On April 6, Grant F. Smith presented a comprehensive review of the US-Israel Free Trade Agreement to the Finance and Economics Council at the University of Rochester. Using a slide show of declassified documents and charts, Smith revealed how secret agreements and a joint Israeli embassy/AIPAC...
3/28/2011 Neoconomics: Conscription and War as Wealth
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - Start-up Nation airbrushes one vital and enduring truth — when Israel faces sovereign barriers to foreign trade routes, weapons, or technology; it tends to break other country’s laws and steal what it thinks it needs.
3/07/2011 Israel lobbyist funds US Presidents, Israeli Nukes, AIPAC disinformation
IRMEP 3 Aug 2015 - According to new histories of Israel's clandestine nuclear weapons program including "Israel and the Bomb" by Avner Cohen (1998), Israeli Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion secretly named Feinberg his chief nuclear weapons fundraising coordinator in 1958. According to Michael Karpin's "The Bomb in the Basement" (2007) Feinberg...
US Campaign to End the Occupation 3 Aug 2015 - Watch this video and then write your Members of Congress to support the Iran nuclear deal.
  Ma'an News
Israeli navy opens fire on Gaza fishermen, no injuries reported
8/2/2015 - GAZA CITY (Ma'an) - Israeli naval forces on Sunday morning fired gunshots at Palestinian fishermen sailing off the coast of the Gaza Strip, witnesses said. The forces reportedly fired machine guns at Palestinian fishing boats off the coast of al-Waha as...
Palestinian assaulted, injured by Jewish extremists in Lod
8/2/2015 - BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- A Palestinian resident of Lod in central Israel was attacked by three Jewish extremists early Sunday morning, Israeli media reported. Imad Abu Sharikh was returning home after performing dawn prayers when the attackers verbally and physically assaulted him...
Family of slain Palestinian toddler remains in 'critical condition'
8/2/2015 - RAMALLAH (Ma'an) -- The parents and brother of the 18-month-old Palestinian killed in an arson attack on Friday remained in critical condition on Sunday, the Palestinian Authority Minister of Health said. Jawad Awwad said in a statement that the lives...
Health of Palestinian prisoner declines
8/2/2015 - JERUSALEM (Ma'an)" The health condition of Palestinian prisoner Ala' al-Hums, currently serving a 29-year sentence in Israeli jails, is beginning to deteriorate, a prisoner's rights group said Saturday. The Palestinian Prison Society said al-Hums he has...
Palestinian villagers form groups to guard against settler attacks
8/2/2015 - BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) - Residents of the Palestinian village of Duma in the occupied West Bank are forming voluntary groups to guard against attacks by Israeli settlers, days after a deadly arson attack left an 18-month-old resident burned alive, locals said...
Israelis demonstrate after hate crimes by Jews
8/2/2015 - TEL AVIV (AFP) -- Thousands of Israelis rallied Saturday night in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem against "incitement and violence," following attacks by Jewish extremists targeting Palestinians and homosexuals. An ultra-Orthodox Jew on Thursday stabbed six participants of a Gay Pride march in Jerusalem...
Clashes erupt at Aqsa after Israeli police restrict access
8/2/2015 - JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli police clashed with Palestinian worshipers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Sunday after they imposed strict restrictions on access to the holy site, later detaining five Palestinians leaving the compound. Israeli police denied access to all Palestinian...
Israeli forces allegedly beat Palestinian man in Hebron
8/2/2015 - HEBRON (Ma'an)--Israeli forces assaulted a20-year-old Palestinian man on Sunday in Tal al-Rumaida neighborhood in Hebron, local sources told Ma'an. Adnan Abedo, resident of Karantina neighborhood said Majdi al-Muhtaseb was on his way to work when Israeli...
Israeli police detain 2 Palestinian children in East Jerusalem
8/2/2015 - JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli police detained two Palestinian children aged 12 and 14 from the neighborhood of Silwan in occupied East Jerusalem on Sunday afternoon. The Wadi Hilweh Information Center said that Israeli police detained 12-year-old Muhammad Sami Odeh for...
March to hometown of slain infant ends in clashes
8/2/2015 - NABLUS (Ma'an) -- Thousands of Palestinians on Sunday marched towards Duma village south of Nablus in solidarity with the al-Dawabsha family whose 18-month-old child was killed on Friday in an arson attack by suspected Israeli settlers. The march was called...
Hundreds in Gaza protest reduction in UNRWA services to refugees
8/2/2015 - GAZA CITY (Ma'an) -- Hundreds of Palestinian refugees on Sunday staged a sit-in in front of the UNRWA headquarters in Gaza City to protest a reduction in services provided by the UN agency. The sit-in was the second Sunday protest in...
Rival Palestinian clubs set for 'historic' clash
8/2/2015 - Ramallah (Palestinian Territories) (AFP) - Palestinian football fans are gearing up for an "historic" clash with the West Bank-based Al-Ahli and Gaza's Shejaya set to play each other for the first time in 15 years. Tuesday's game in Yarmuk...
  The Guardian
The NBA's first Palestinian? Sani Sakakini's remarkable basketball odyssey
3 Aug 2015 - The Palestinian territories’ first professional basketball player has travelled the world during his career – and wants to bring hope to his homeland Outside...
Family in mourning after toddler killed in West Bank arson attack – video
3 Aug 2015 - Relatives of an 18-month-old Palestinian child, who was burned to death in a suspected arson attack by Israeli settlers, are in mourning. The family's...
Israel to detain Jewish terror suspects without trial
2 Aug 2015 - Decision comes as thousands of Israelis protest against radicalised fringe after deaths of Palestinian toddler and Israeli teenager Israel has announced it intends to...
Family members of toddler in critical condition after West Bank arson attack
1 Aug 2015 - Fatal arson attack that left 18-month-old baby dead is called ‘terror’ incident by both Israeli and Palestinian officials The three family members of a...
Hundreds of Palestinians turn out for West Bank funeral - video
1 Aug 2015 - Hundreds of Palestinians participate in the funeral of a Palestinian youth who died on Saturday after clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank....
After Iran nuclear deal, it’s everyone else’s turn | Letters from Roan Ruddock and Denis Macshane
2 Aug 2015 - The Iranian foreign minister, Javad Zarif, is correct in his nuclear weapons analysis and has both logic and morality on his side ( Iran has...
  Ha'aretz National News
Public Security Minister: Fatal Jerusalem gay parade stabbing could have been prevented
Ha'aretz - 3 Aug 2015
Bennett hosts LGBT leaders, vows to increase funding for gay youth organization
Ha'aretz - 3 Aug 2015
Rats, traffic jams, disgruntled businesses: Surviving Tel Aviv's new light-rail project
Ha'aretz - 3 Aug 2015
Jerusalem pride parade attack is again tearing Israel's LGBT community apart
Ha'aretz - 3 Aug 2015
Kiryat Yam mayor’s car torched after he criticized hate crimes
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Israeli legislator makes no apologies for ‘bulldozer’ remark about the Supreme Court
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Settlers took over abandoned army base – and IDF provided them with electricity
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Report: Green lungs throughout Israel disappearing as construction continues unabated
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Jerusalem memorial for Gay Pride stabbing victim draws hundreds
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Israeli backpacker confirmed dead in Georgia
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Wildfire forces some 700 Jerusalem suburb residents to evacuate
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Right-wing MK: Jerusalem pride parade is an 'abomination'
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
16-year-old stabbed in Jerusalem pride parade succumbs to wounds
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Israel's LGBT community accuses Minister Steinitz of exploiting gay rights for self-promotion
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Shin Bet instructs Rivlin to file police complaint after threatened following Palestinian baby's death
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Israeli Arab man attacked in possible hate crime, police investigating
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Jerusalem light rail operators strike over new working conditions
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Prison service building 'VIP wing' for ex-PM Ehud Olmert
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Construction begins for Tel Aviv light rail, six years of traffic jams expected
Ha'aretz - 2 Aug 2015
Thousands across Israel protest violence, incitement
Ha'aretz - 1 Aug 2015
  Palestinian Information Center
Israeli vandals torch Palestinian lands, olive trees in Ramallah
2 Aug 2015 - A horde of Israeli settlers at dawn Sunday set fire to dozens of Palestinian olive orchards and cultivated lands in al-Mugheir village, east of Ramallah city.
Health of Gazan prisoner Alaa Hams worsens
2 Aug 2015 - Palestinian prisoner Alaa al-Hams, from Gaza, has suffered recently health complications as a result of the medical neglect policy pursued by Israel against the Palestinians in its jails.
Hamas calls for massive uprising against Israel and settlers
2 Aug 2015 - The Hamas Movement has renewed its call for a massive popular revolution against the Israeli occupation and its settlers in the West Bank.
10 Palestinian youths kidnapped by IOF from WB, OJ
2 Aug 2015 - The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) overnight Saturday and on Sunday morning kidnapped 10 Palestinians from the West Bank and Occupied Jerusalem.
Fanatic Israelis attempt to kill Palestinian citizen in Lod
2 Aug 2015 - A Palestinian young man on Sunday sustained serious wounds after he was aggressively attacked by three fanatic Israelis on his way back home from dawn prayers at the Grand Mosque in Lod city.
Three young protestors arrested by police in J'lem
2 Aug 2015 - The Israeli occupation police on Saturday evening captured three Palestinian young men following violent events in the Old City of occupied Jerusalem.
Petition to ban Israeli settlers from entering Europe
2 Aug 2015 - The Council of the European-Palestinian Relations (CEPR) on Saturday launched a parliamentary petition to ban Israeli settlers from entering countries of the European Union.
IOF attack Gaza border areas, fishing boats
2 Aug 2015 - The Israeli occupation forces (IOF) on Sunday morning opened fire at Palestinian farmers and fishermen in different locations of the Gaza Strip, with no reported casualties.
Tension flares up as Israeli police, fanatics storm al-Aqsa
2 Aug 2015 - Israeli cops and fanatic settlers stormed Muslims’ holy al-Aqsa Mosque on early Sunday morning, sparking tension around the holy shrine.
Haneyya calls for giving W. Bank resistance "free hand" to defend its people
2 Aug 2015 - Ismail Haneyya has called for giving the Palestinian resistance in the West Bank a free hand to deal with the "savageness and terrorism" of Jewish settlers and groups.
Velayati: We do not interfere in Hamas’s affairs
1 Aug 2015 - Ali Velayati, top adviser to the Iranian Supreme Leader, said the last visit by the head of Hamas political bureau Khaled Mishaal to Saudi Arabia will not affect its relations with Tehran.
Israeli calls for massive maches into al-Aqsa on Sunday
1 Aug 2015 - Israeli organizations called on Jewish people to march into the Muslims’ holy al-Aqsa Mosque on Sunday.
Dozens injuried in clashes south of Nablus
1 Aug 2015 - Dozens of Palestinian youths were injured on Saturday evening in violent clashes which erupted as Israeli occupation forces attacked Palestinians protesters in Duma town in southern Nablus city.
Funeral of martyr Laith al-Khaldi north of Ramallah
1 Aug 2015 - Hundreds of Palestinians participated on Saturday in the funeral of the martyr Laith al-Khaldi, 18, who was shot by Israeli soldiers on Friday evening.
Palestinians in Europe call for international events against Israel
1 Aug 2015 - Palestinians in Europe Conference called for organizing a wave of large-scale protests against the Israeli crime of burning a Palestinian infant child alive.
Israeli army deploys more troops along Gaza border
1 Aug 2015 - The Israeli occupation army on Friday intensified its military presence along the Gaza border for fear of reprisals from the Palestinian resistance.
Settlers torch forest land south of Nablus
1 Aug 2015 - Jewish settlers from Yitzhar settlement on Friday evening set fire to vast tracts of forest land belonging to Palestinian citizens near the tribal town of Asira and Urif town, south of Nablus.
Palestinian Cities
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IOF, settlers attack Palestinian farmers in Nablus
1 Aug 2015 - Violent clashes broke out Saturday morning after a group of settlers attacked dozens of Palestinian farmers in Qasra town in Nablus under IOF protection.
Settler runs over a Jerusalemite while offering prayers
1 Aug 2015 - An Israeli settler deliberately ran over a Jerusalemite citizen on Friday while offering prayers near a mosque in Ras al-Amoud neighborhood in occupied Jerusalem.
Four reasons Syrian ‘safe zone’ unlikely to work
BEIRUT 29 July 2015 (IRIN) - Turkey has announced the creation of a "safe zone" in Syria. Here's why it might not work. >
  New York Times
Israeli Justice Is Seen to Be Often Uneven Among Palestinian Cases
2 Aug 2015 - An arson attack by a Jewish extremist that killed a Palestinian toddler came on the heels of stabbings by an ultra-Orthodox Jewish man in Jerusalem’s annual Gay Pride Parade.
Kerry Warns Egypt Human Rights Abuses Can Hurt Fight Against Terrorism
2 Aug 2015 - Secretary of State John Kerry told the Egyptian authorities on Sunday that they would not be able to defeat terrorism at home unless they showed greater respect for human rights.
A Burger Joint That’s Iran’s Answer to McDonald’s
2 Aug 2015 - “We’re trying to get as close as we can to the McDonald’s experience,” says the owner of Mash Donald’s, one of an increasing number of Iranian knockoffs of American food culture.
After Deal, Europeans Are Eager to Do Business in Iran
1 Aug 2015 - The rush to restart trade with Iran could make it more complicated to renew sanctions if the nuclear deal brokered by the United States falls apart.
120 Degrees and No Relief? ISIS Takes Back Seat for Iraqis
1 Aug 2015 - One of the country’s largest recent grass-roots protests shut down traffic in Baghdad on Friday night, and more protests took place Saturday in southern Iraq.
Censure and Clashes After West Bank Attack
1 Aug 2015 - Palestinians clashed with Israeli forces while thousands of Israelis flocked to rallies, all of them protesting a firebombing that killed a Palestinian toddler.
At War Blog: Reactions to Article About Gender Integration in the Marine Corps
31 Jul 2015 - The Times asked readers what they thought of Lt. Col. Kate Germano’s article where she argued for equal standards and expectations of training for Marines, whether male or female.
Rivals of ISIS Attack U.S.-Backed Syrian Rebel Group
31 Jul 2015 - The members trained by the United States to take on the Islamic State found themselves fighting off an attack from another Islamist faction.
Deeper Mideast Aspirations Seen in Nuclear Deal With Iran
31 Jul 2015 - The Obama administration may have grander ambitions to open up American relations with Tehran and be part of a transformation in the Middle East.
Jewish Arsonists Suspected in West Bank Attack That Killed Palestinian Toddler
31 Jul 2015 - The attack was branded as terrorism by Israeli and Palestinian politicians, and shocked consciences on both sides of the simmering conflict.
  Jerusalem Post
Police shoot arrested Palestinian after escape attempt during washroom break
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WATCH: Iranian rapper preaches the truth: You cant deny peaceful nuclear energy to Iran
3 Aug 2015 - Performer Amir Tataloo raps about the right of the ayatollahs to keep a "peaceful nuclear energy.
Palestinian arrested with ax in West Bank, claims he held weapon for self-defense
3 Aug 2015 - Police arrest man for driving in a suspicious manner.
Extreme heat wave pushes Israel's electricity reserve to the limit
3 Aug 2015 - Israel Electric Corporation: if peak power consumption occurs, the system can experience power shortages due to low electricity reserve.
Kerry seeks to convince Gulf Arabs on Iran deal
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At 14th Maccabi games, Jewish athletes proudly compete where Nazis once reigned
3 Aug 2015 - The head of the British delegation says it was special for so many Jews to open the games in the Nazi-built stadium where Adolf Hitler made his speeches.
WATCH: Violent Bulgarian fans chase Israeli soccer team off the field
3 Aug 2015 - Ashdod players run from the field fearing for their safety.
Funeral for Jerusalem gay pride stabbing victim set for 6:30 pm at Kibbutz Nahshon
3 Aug 2015 -
Hiker rescued near Sussita in the Golan Heights
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Is Iran accord tearing US Jewry apart?
2 Aug 2015 - “We have passed the point of civil discussion, and now are almost at fratricide,” said Greg Rosenbaum, the chairman of the National Jewish Democratic Council.
US jets to begin striking Syrian forces if they target pro-US rebels
2 Aug 2015 - US officials have long played down the idea that Assad's forces would turn their sights on the US-backed Syrian rebels, but they cannot rule out the possibility.
Tibi to ‘Post’: There is great anger and rage, could be right before an explosion
2 Aug 2015 - “It is a killing by the occupation,” argued Tibi.
IFCJ expands new aliya program beyond Ukraine
2 Aug 2015 - Jewish Agency says Eckstein’s immigrants are complaining of missing luggage, ID cards
Match canceled after local Bulgarian fans attempt to attack visiting Israeli team
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UK Jews challenge ‘biased’ educational programming
2 Aug 2015 - Jewish teachers, together with others, complained last week of the biased teaching materials to the Board of Deputies of British Jews, which in turn alerted the government.
Rouhani boasts of diplomatic 'third way', claims Iran's defensive ability intact
2 Aug 2015 - Rouhani downplayed the risk that nuclear inspections could jeopardize Iran's state secrets a key line of attack by hardliners in the security establishment.
UK Jewish community expresses relief as High Court orders end to invasive autopsies
2 Aug 2015 - Jewish leaders expressed concern at the practice of post-death organ removal since, according to Jewish law, it is "regarded as the desecration of a body.”
Religious Zionist lawmaker refuses to back down, says homosexuality 'an abomination'
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Business as usual: Austria to sell Iran cranes for possible use in hangings
2 Aug 2015 - Analysis: The Vienna-based NGO Stop the Bomb revealed the disturbing case of the Austrian company Palfinger AG.
Yitzhak Rabin's granddaughter enters politics, runs for Zionist Congress
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Budget to go down to wire amid Shas threats
2 Aug 2015 - Kahlon promised that the budget would help bridge the gap between rich and poor in Israel.
Rabbis, Palestinian peace activists unite in show of solidarity against violence
2 Aug 2015 - Lapid spoke briefly but passionately against the murder and called for intensive efforts to be taken against those who incite such to violence.
Israel approves use of harsher measures against 'Jewish terrorists'
2 Aug 2015 - "The cabinet views the arson and murder in Duma as a terrorist act in every sense of the term," the government said in a statement.
Israel approves use of administrative detention for Jewish terror suspects
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Palestinian peace activist: Duma attack should ring alarm bells for us all
2 Aug 2015 - Former Palestinian stone thrower-turned peace activist joins forces with settler rabbi to spread message of peace, understanding and non-violence on heels of terror attack.
With Jewish Democrats feeling heat, Obama appears to have enough support for Iran deal
2 Aug 2015 - No senior Democrat in the chamber has come out formally against the agreement and several central figures, including Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, were strongly in favor.
US Democrats see 'fire wall' holding to preserve Iran deal
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Jerusalem- warts, beauty and all
2 Aug 2015 - Jerusalem's season of culture offers diverse and sumpotuous cultural activities that dig deep into it's psyche and history.
The story of the Sabena pilot hijacked en route to Israel
2 Aug 2015 - Reginald Levy, a British pilot for a Belgian airline, tells a real-life tale of terrorism and heroism.
Shepherds Beer taps Palestinian market
2 Aug 2015 - Family-run brewery showcases new flavors.
Female soldiers to be incorporated into IDF battalion along Jordan border
2 Aug 2015 -
Body of Israeli hiker detected in Georgia
2 Aug 2015 -
Jerusalem light rail workers ordered to return to work shortly after striking
2 Aug 2015 - The conductors staged the strike in opposition to CityPass’ mandate to expedite service, lowering wait times to six minutes from eight to 11 minutes.
16-year-old girl stabbed in Jerusalem gay pride parade attack dies of injuries
2 Aug 2015 - The Hadassah Medical Center announced that her family has agreed to donate her organs.
'Netanyahu shuns peace because he wants another intifada,' Abbas tells Meretz MKs
2 Aug 2015 - Despite horrific arson attack in Duma, Abbas said his security forces will continue to coordinate their activities with Israel while working to prevent any acts of revenge.
Ayatollah publishes book calling to wipe out Israel, give Iran full reign in the Middle East
2 Aug 2015 - The "supreme leader" talks of his apartheid plan against Israeli Jews, Iranian ploys against Israel and discusses that the Holocaust didn't happen, all while insisting he is not anti-Semitic.
Watch: Massive brush fire in Jerusalem suburbs leads to evacuation of 700 residents
2 Aug 2015 - 50 firefighting crews and 8 planes contain blazes encroaching on Even Sapir moshav and Ein Kerem; several homes badly damaged, no serious injuries reported.
Netanyahu: Zero tolerance for terrorism and hate crimes
2 Aug 2015 - The prime minister says to use all legal means possible to catch the killers of toddler Ali Dawabsha and bring them to justice.
Abbas orders PA security forces to prevent revenge attacks
2 Aug 2015 - Amid an increase in tensions between Palestinians and the IDF, Abbas orders security services to prevent attacks to maintain perceived advantage.
Iran expects oil output to rise by 1 million barrels per day
2 Aug 2015 - International sanctions imposed to force Iran to curb its nuclear program have halved its oil exports to just over 1 million bpd since 2012, and hammered its economy.
It's Getting Hot In Here: Extreme heatwave expected across Israel
2 Aug 2015 - The Israel Nature and Parks Authority is telling people to avoid nature hikes in the coming days, as it closes certain trails due to the heat.
Israeli swimmers hoping to shine at worlds in Russia
1 Aug 2015 - Israel sent 11 swimmers to the pool events in Kazan, which begin on Sunday.
Oliel stars at Euro Olympic festival
1 Aug 2015 - Israel had just one silver medal to its name ahead of the weekend, but it amassed four more by Saturday night’s closing ceremony, with tennis prodigy Yshai Oliel claiming two.
UEFA goes easy on Beitar Jerusalem punishment
1 Aug 2015 - Fans behavior in Belgium results in fine and closer of stand; local soccer begins with Toto Cup
Withholding blame, US issues harsh condemnation of Nablus-area deadly arson
1 Aug 2015 - The condemnation issued Friday was over an arson committed Thursday at two Palestinian homes near Nablus. An 18-month-old baby perished in the fire, which injured several of his relatives.
Palestinian toddler’s murder sparks violent clashes
1 Aug 2015 - 18-month-old Ali Dawabsha burned to death in Duma arson attack believed to be carried out by Jewish terrorists.
Analysis: We must crush Jewish terrorism
1 Aug 2015 - If the government really wishes Israel to remain free, democratic and westernized it has to immediately change its state of mind. Not tomorrow. Today.
Does the path to a peace agreement run through Gaza?
1 Aug 2015 - Some western diplomats argue that if a full-scale Israeli-Palestinian peace is to be achieved, Hamas, entrenched in Gaza, cannot be ignored.
OECD Praises Israel for Improving Employment Situation Among Israeli Arabs
1 Aug 2015 - Projects Manager for the Arab Sector at the Ministry of Economy to ‘Post’: One of our tasks is to integrate minorities in high-wage jobs and career advancement
MK Shmuly comes out as gay, says his community cannot stay silent
1 Aug 2015 - Shmuly was first elected to the Knesset in 2013, after previously being the chairman of the National Union of Israeli Students and a leader of the 2011 social protests.
Jerusalem gay pride parade stabbing suspect rejects court’s authority
1 Aug 2015 - "This court is part of the mechanism of evil," says Yishai Schlissel before judge enforces 12-day remand.
Protests against homophobia and Jewish 'terror' take place throughout Israel
1 Aug 2015 - Demonstrations condemned Thursday's stabbing attack at Jerusalem's gay pride parade and Friday's arson attack that resulted in the death of an 18 month-old Palestinian baby, Ali Dawabsha.
Security forces deployed to quell riot near Duma
1 Aug 2015 - The village has been the epicenter of unrest in recent days after a Palestinian toddler was killed and three members of his family were injured in a deadly arson attack.
Iran's parliament has no authority over nuclear deal, Iran's top negotiator says
1 Aug 2015 - The comments from Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran's atomic energy agency, are the latest volley in a lengthy battle between Iranian officials supportive of the deal, and hardliners who are skeptical of it.
Hamas leader's car fire-bombed in West Bank
1 Aug 2015 - Wasfi Qabaha said the suspects threw petrol-bombs from a moving vehicle, setting his car ablaze in front of his home in the al-Basatin neighborhood of Jenin.

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