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Israeli police banish Palestinian activist from Al Aqsa Mosque

The Israeli occupation police on Sunday evening handed pro-Aqsa activist Medellin Issa, from Kafr Qasim City in Israel, an order banning her entry to the Aqsa Mosque for one week. Issa said that the Israeli police summoned her for interrogation in Jerusalem and handed her a renewable one-week Aqsa entry ban, expressing her belief that her entry ban would be …

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Egypt working for prisoner swap deal between Hamas and Israel

Egypt is believed to be working towards reactivating its mediation between the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, and Israel for a new prisoner exchange deal, Al Quds Al Arabi has reported. An Egyptian security delegation apparently visited the Gaza Strip and Israel earlier this week for meetings about the latest developments in the Palestinian elections. The issue of a prisoner …

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If Israel has committed no war crimes, then why does it refuse the ICC probe?

On 5 February, Palestinians saw a long tunnel open and a light flicker in the distance for justice. The International Criminal Court (ICC) Pre-Trial Chamber I “decided, by majority, that the Court’s territorial jurisdiction in the Situation in Palestine, a State party to the ICC Rome Statute, extends to the territories occupied by Israel since 1967.” The ICC now has …

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Egypt, Jordan hail US plan to restart aid to Palestine

Egypt and Jordan welcomed a US decision to restart economic, development and humanitarian assistance for Palestinians which includes funding for the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), Anadolu Agency reports. “The decision will contribute to alleviating the suffering of Palestinians, pave the way for providing financial support to the Palestinian people in the face of unprecedented economic and humanitarian difficulties …

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Palestinian prisoners remain on hunger-strike against detention without charge

Two Palestinian detainees in Israeli jails have been on hunger strike for four days and 22 days respectively in protest of their unfair detention without charge or trial, today said the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS). Sa’ed Abu Ebeid, 41, a resident of Jenin city in the occupied West Bank, was detained by the Israeli occupation army on November 30, 2020, …

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Israeli army to seize Palestinian land in Jerusalem

The Israeli occupation army has announced its decision to appropriate 13 dunums of Palestinian land in Hizma town, east of Jerusalem, to build a new road. According to local sources, the new road will be one kilometer long and 16 meters wide and will be built on sections of agricultural lands belonging to local residents. Local sources said that the …

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Israeli settlers seize 15 Palestine homes in Silwan – Jerusalem

Israel’s Channel 7 said on Thursday morning that Jewish settlers laid their hands on 15 Palestinian houses in the east Jerusalem district of Silwan. According to the channel, the settlers placed Israeli flags on 15 houses in Silwan (near the Aqsa Mosque) after the organization of Ateret Cohanim seized them and handed them over to settler families. Ateret Cohanim is …

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Israeli occupation forces detain 6 Palestinians in Hebron

At least six Palestinians of one family were detained today by the Israeli occupation during a raid of a building in the city of Hebron, south of the occupied West Bank, according to a local official. Rateb Jabour, a Palestinian official in charge of the popular resistance file in Hebron, told WAFA that an Israeli occupation army unit raided a …

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Romania donates $180,000 to UNRWA during visit to Jordan

The Romanian Minister of Foreign Affairs announced a new contribution towards the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), in support of its core programmes and services including education, healthcare and relief, and social services. Following a visit to the UNRWA office in Jordan last week, the delegation from Romania discussed the socio-economic …

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Israel looks to delay ICC probes into its crimes

Israeli officials are carrying out contacts with senior officials at the International Criminal Court (ICC) seeking to persuade them to put off starting investigations into Israeli war crimes in Gaza, West Bank, and Jerusalem. Kuwait’s Al Mujtama magazine reported Israeli army radio saying that the occupation state is seeking the postponement until the start of new ICC prosecutor Karim Khan’s …

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